Corporate History: Arby's
Ah, Arby's. The humble meat-themed fast foodery. They truly experienced the struggle to get their business off the ground....
Posted: Jun. 02, 2018
Corporate History: Kellogg's
In a fit of curiosity, I decided to look into the history of the company responsible for making breakfast what it is today. Namely, a bland, hurried affair....
Posted: May. 31, 2018
Thrill of the Tax
Coming soon for the XBone, the tale of a secret order of accountants who have exerted their influence over history for centuries. You take the role as chief accountant, and are sworn to undertake dang...
Posted: May. 25, 2018
Tom Clancy's Dog Sitter
Man, I was going thru my stuff and found this game. I used to love playing this with my friends, all jacked-up on Jolt Cola and cocaine, until the wee hours of the morning, before crashing and passing...
Posted: May. 18, 2018
Milkin' what now?
Ever wonder how the good people at your local organic bullshit co-op get you the premium non-bovine milk that everyone loves? By following these simple steps!...
Posted: May. 11, 2018
So, the University of Utah went and installed a box for students to weep in. I think this is ridiculous. Real life doesn't have such accommodations. You're just gonna have to cry in the break room lik...
Posted: May. 07, 2018
Road Trip Games!
A timeline of the various games played in cars which involve both perception and violence. So many siblings' arms, damaged. Anyhow, here's the chart. Seems "Slug Bug" is eternal....
Posted: May. 04, 2018
Giraffes. Nature's neckiest creature. By god, I hate the shit out of every last one of them, but they have interesting defense mechanisms when they are confronted by predators.
Posted: Apr. 30, 2018
Ever find yourself wondering "what is the perfect tea for my moods, which vary, and require different types of tea?" Well, fret not, you're probably just real dumb. If not, I have a handy chart, which...
Posted: Apr. 25, 2018
One-stop shopping for hurt
They're little slivers of another person's existence. Maybe a family, maybe a lonely bachelor, maybe a glutton. Our shopping lists really are a reflection of our souls....
Posted: Apr. 24, 2018