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The Downside to the Moral High Ground

Former Indianapolis Colts head coach, Tony Dungy, was in the news this week for saying that he wouldn’t have drafted Michael Sam if it  were up to him. 470 more words


Now Reading: I, Slutbot

I walked by this book while on one of my lunch time B&N and I couldn’t help but do a double take. The cover is beautiful and eye catching and a quick read of the back made me confident that it would be a great choice to add to my library.  114 more words


Yogurt Gets Emotional

Has your yogurt been leaving you emotionally flat? The taste researchers at Turgid North, the innovative food products company may have the solution.

“When you eat a lemon yogurt, it’s always got the same emotional resonance,” explained Heidi Gabwell, Director of Product Emotions. 361 more words


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Recent Grad Seeks A Fresh Man

Madison, WI – 22-year-old Harriet Reed graduated from a four-year private university this past May. “As I enter the real world with crippling debt due to student loans, the real crippling debt is in my heart,” states the young adult, who just can’t seem to find a job that both pays well and seems even mildly interesting. 196 more words


The 7 Emotional Stages of Ikea Furniture Assembly

My most recent blog post for Huffington Post Comedy details the roller-coaster ride of emotions that is purchasing and assembling new furniture from Ikea. As the picture above might suggest, this post is very much based on true events.

Walking My Lobster Back Home

On learning that the poet Gerard de Nerval had a pet lobster he walked on a leash.

Gee but it’s great after being out late– 165 more words