Articles authored here exhibit Satirical Editorial Prowess- unfiltered. You may find them thought-provoking, offensive, or slightly arousing. Side effects: Riveting debate and a heightened sense of humor.
James Breakwell On How To Be A Man
What a man ‘is’ seems to be the question of the day in today’s society. Criteria for the all-mighty man card has been the highly-debated (and opinionated) subject of TV shows, songs, books, and ‘What My Momma Said’.
My Truce With Life
It is not surprising when we have an obstacle looming in front of us, our mind searches back to a time we faced a similar challenge to use it as a reference point.
Get The Fluff Outta Here; Fluffed-Up Job Titles Valued Over Salary
We have finally crossed over the line. On the internet, we can be whoever we want to be in anonymous keyboard gangster style or celebrated heroism for doing less than the average person--famed mediocrity. The once distinctly separated Avatar to authentic Real Life has blended into glorified job titles that inflate the scope of what people do for a living.
The Superpowers & Villains of ADHD Sex
Just seeing the word sex can curve your lips up into a smile. There’s hot sex, freaky sex, casual sex, makeup sex, routine sex, angry sex, etc. But the best sex is when minds and bodies connect in rapture - the point of no return - when sex evolves into intimacy. The carnal knowledge combined with a spiritual reckoning and presence of mind.
The Hobby: Baseball Card Origin Stories to Sexy Staxx on Facebook
April 1st marks the beginning of baseball season. Favorites are emerging like Mookie Betts, Giancarlo Stanton, and Fernando Tatis, Jr., who dominate the attention and admiration of baseball fans and avid card collectors.
Game On: Mentor for the Win-Leader's Suck
It’s omnipresent: at the DMV, courthouse, laundry mat, grocery store, and in every line you see at any location. There are big-screen ominous warnings at the movies to silence it, and airplanes have a special mode for it.
When You Die, You Can’t Take It With You-Not Even Digital Goodies
Nearly 8,000 people die in the US every day. Couple that with 4.7 million global internet users--4.3 billion on social media--and you have millions of people with digital assets in swelling financial portfolios. These assets need to go somewhere upon death.
Top 3 Ways To Become Immortal & Other Cool Stuff You Can Do With A Dead Body
When my son was 9-years-old, I found him standing in front of our fireplace staring up at our beloved dog’s urn and pondering over the profound questions of life and death, or so I thought. As my middle child, he was analytical and advanced in his mental age with a dark, sharp blade of a mind.