Look, I’m not gonna lie. Updating websites on Sunday mornings sucks. Nobody likes doing it. But it’s something that has to be done. So I’m just gonna say that I’m gonna be at Dolores Park all day long enjoying the nice weather, some jello shots and the hunky Jesus
Passover, Easter, the resurrection of Christ, and the exodus from Egypt will all be heartily ignored in favor of a non-discriminatory posting about a party celebrating something that clearly deserves acknowledgement: the eggbeater. In my experience the bastard is hard to clean up – I always tried to lick
Thursday in New York, was a beautiful spring day, the kind that makes you remember why you moved to this town in the first place. It just feels like a picnic lunch, a dress and a light spring coat, smoking a joint on the fire escape overlooking the flowering trees
The Snuggie is an interesting phenomenon, not because of its similarity to the standard stable blanket, nor its druid-inspired aesthetic. A huge, fleece blanket with sleeves and a hood just makes sense. No, it is interesting because of the fan culture of the product and its decimation of its competitor
This might be old news to some of you but the chance to win money never gets old: Heeding the anguished calls and pee-dances of San Francisco homeowners and their construction crews alike, Oakland’s Clorox Corporation has decided to deploy its chlorinated missionaries across the bay and onto
Aside from Rorschach’s scenes in prison and Silk Spectre II’s time in her yellow and black spandex (when she was out of her superhero suit in the nude, I got distracted by Dan’s big apple ass and the event horizon background), Watchmen was unwatchable. A shame, considering its length.
As old-timey newspaper men in the movies would say, “Stop The Presses!” Being a Southern California native, I have a huge stick up my ass about the quality and price of Mexican food in NYC. Aside from the delicious taco van inside Union Pool, I had yet to find another