Triple Decker Sandwich
I was in the bleachers now you know I'm shot calling
The Alt-Right and the Right to Be Wrong
Albert Camus said, “There is only one really serious philosophical question, and that is suicide,” and Albert was not entirely alone in his quest. Sartre, Schopenhauer, and the existentialists as a whole accept as a premise that right and wrong are relative—that there can be no absolute in a world defined by absurdity and entropy.
Dope Moments in History: Ellen Degeneres
There's this shirt that I see a lot, it says "Well Behaved Women Rarely Make History." Hell yeah. (I actually believe that well-behaved people don't often make history, but I'm not touching that issue. Not here at least.)
Dear Theresa, It's hard, I think I understand that. You've come so far. You've worked hard, you're intelligent and at some point, this was your dream. I respect that. I want my dreams to come true too. I think we have that in common and that's important.
17, Fast and Furious, Buy A Fucking Volvo
I remember the first time I met my baby. Walking past the bramble on my suburban block, I looked down on the gravel. I saw my black Chuck Taylor's, I saw the sparkles in the gravel contrasted deftly against that dull gray curb. It was a day, it could have been any day, just a day. The sun was out, maybe it wasn't.
Love, Loss, Resilience, and the Art of Never Forgetting How It Feels
Cinammon was a Lhasa Apso that was a part of the tumultuous Frog Encounter family for three years. I was like any 11-year-old, I asked for a dog every holiday and I would let slip how responsible I could be and how having a dog could offer me a lot in terms of lessons lived. My older brother, my senior by two years, played in my games too–often participating in faux competitions for our parent's benefit.