The blog How to Get Rid of Things isn’t a screaming call for divestment, although that would be nice too. As they say, it is a “do-it-yourself guide dedicated to helping you prevent, eliminate or remove common annoyances from your life.” What kind of annoyances? Well, How to Get Rid
Spring is in the air, you’re horny, you’re outside, and you wanna listen to music? Well, here’s a list of 5 pretty sweet new tunes to create the right mood, and/or spark up just the right conversation that will eventually lead to a blow job. Just kidding, I hate blow
If you’re mother is not in New York, you can escape the day with a skype call and an e-card from BlueMountain and laugh all the way to the bank. Then cry at the bank when you realize you still have no money. Then, go home and watch the Married
Yesterday was Earth Day and I didn’t do anything beyond breathe some oxygen and fertilize some porcelain. Well, that isn’t entirely true. First, there is no way that toilet was porcelain and second, I went to see Spike Lee speak at the SOHO Apple Store, which i DID tell you
You can sometimes forget that you are “down and out” in New York if you know where to go to live it up – of course we aren’t really THAT down and out if you think about it, but here is an example. Last night I went to the awesome
How disappointing sweet, sweet spring has been so far; the Vernal Equinox has been as life-improving as a vernal pool. Although the upcoming weather looks unreal, I (weather.com) really blew it Monday with a forecast for sunny weather and taxes are on their way to the audit room. The good
As NPR reports here, a dry cleaning shop on the Upper East Side is offering free dry cleaning services to anyone jobless with an upcoming job interview. The unemployed can hardly praise bars in the same manner, since their attractive drink specials do little to help one be more marketable.