On spite, Vladimir Putin makes me want to support the impending war in Syria. Here’s a guy who poisons a reporter for the crime of reporting, Alexander Litvinenko. Here’s a guy who incarcerates punk rock girls for the crime of … finish reading Nyet, Vladimir, Nyet.
Winning feels good. Losing feels worse. If you don’t believe me, try looking at the world through the eyes of a blackjack player. The tide always turns. Not sometimes. Always. Speaking of stacked decks, woke this morning to good-bad-news: Ariel … finish reading Obama All In
We buy our chicken & turkey from Harrison Poultry Farm in Glenview where they grow all natural, hormone and steroid free. Instead of base and water, to make chicken stock, we use the bones. I ate the bones. I ATE … finish reading Local Local Local
I was lucky to be in Norway when a song by Hannibal Buress climbed the charts to Number One. Hannibal Buress is the only rapper in rap rapping about rap, legitimately. There’s an interview with Miley Cyrus floating around, where … finish reading Oddball Comedy Tour
They stood out. The missing things stood out. Of all the presidents, Jimmy Carter gave the most beautiful speech, talking about Coretta Scott King being among the people closest to him on the night he won the presidency. Yes, Bill … finish reading Fierce Urgency Of Not Now
What if the 2nd Amendment of the Syrian Constitution gives the people of Syria the right to bear chemical weapons? It is the weapon du jour. It used to be muskets. Now it’s weapons of mass destruction, nuclear or chemical. … finish reading Nightmare After The Dream