South Park

10 Aug 2017

The Dangerous Myth of the Super Teacher

With the 2017-18 school year rapidly approaching *reaches forlornly towards the final weeks of summer as a single tear slides down my cheek*, a grotesque fall tradition will soon be upon us: the inevitable fetishization of Super Teachers. Created by Hollywood and sustained by the internet, the Super Teacher has

Jesse McGrath 0
21 May 2017

The Food Lineup for the Colossal Clusterfest Comedy Festival is Fantastic

Stuart, Alex and my applications have been approved to attend Clusterfest! Now we’re waiting to hear what their requirements and rules are on what us heathens can and cannot do as we descend upon this insanely over-stimulating event that will take place at the Civic Center. We’re preparing to cover as much as

illyanna Maisonet | Social Media Manager 0
03 Jul 2012

Racontours Is Offering FREE New York City Walking Tours For Your Broke-Ass

I once pointed out that despite the fact that I’ve lived in New York all my life I had never been to the Empire State Building. That changed a few months ago, but it still didn’t shake this point—I barely know my own city. If I don’t know the details

Enrique Grijalva - Mr. Minimum Wage 0
01 Dec 2010

Spike & Mike’s Sick & Twisted Festival of Animation

Middle school and early high school were the days before Adult Swim, high speed internet and Ren & Stimpy on DVD (well, DVDs in general), there were very few outlets to find new inappropriate cartoons. Sure, there was Duckman and Beavis and Butthead on the air, but they were hard

Kiley E - Ragamuffin Researcher 0
07 Dec 2009

Why the Ginger Hate?

Being a redhead, I never thought of myself as some disenfranchised minority. Sure the occasional pervy remark here and there, some school yard taunts but never really the victim of any real prejudice.  But there seems to be  too many stories in the news lately about ‘anti-gingerism”.  At first I

Laura S - Spendthrift Scribe 6