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The Saturday Six: When You Don’t Care Anymore

December 27, 2014 // 21 Comments

  Some people fear getting old. And some people can’t wait. There are some nice benefits to it: discounts, retirement, early dinners, electric scooters, jello, being an extra on those Lifeline Medical Alert commercials, and most importantly, being able to say whatever-the-hell you want, when you want. “Can you believe Bob just said [Click For More]

The New Modern Holiday Carol

December 25, 2014 // 38 Comments

There is a plague in this country that is far worse than Malaria, Black Death, or even Ebola. And that plague is called Political Correctness. What this blight does is stop people from recognizing that it’s OK to be different. Imagine a world full of the one type of people and culture. How boring. Even the Holidays are not immune to this [Click For More]

The Saturday Six: Stringing Up The Lights

December 20, 2014 // 25 Comments

  Katie was in charge of decorating the office for Christmas this year. She did a really good job. Below are a few of the cubicles she gave the spirit of the Holidays too. Feel free to visit the offices if you would like to see the rest of the staff’s decorations. This is how she decorated Trish the receptionist’s area:   She [Click For More]

And here’s that time I was stalked by Santa

December 18, 2014 // 27 Comments

If you follow me Facebook or Twitter (probably against your better judgement) then you may have seen this photo taken a few days ago by a security camera at Fred Meyer. Many of you have asked what the story is behind this bizarre image, which some have compared to the famous 1967 footage of Bigfoot walking through the woods (presumably just [Click For More]

Holiday Movie Previews

December 9, 2013 // 16 Comments

As the holiday season begins its downward spiral into an orgy of spending, gluttony and passive-aggressive behavior toward family members, Tinseltown delivers a selection of films, all opening on Christmas day, guaranteed to delight and entertain the whole family. First up, it’s time to hitch up the wagons and travel back to 1846 with [Click For More]