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Bar Toilet Looks Like a TARDIS

This toilet is definitely winning at life. Continue reading

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Brilliant Business Idea: Jamba Juice…with BOOZE!

The Plan: Simple. I stand outside of a Jamba Juice and as people exit with their healthy smoothies I offered them a shot of either vodka or rum, just $2 a pop. Continue reading

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The Most Awesome Mad Men Gif (lately)

This gif kinda sums up my life right, but I’m not exactly sure how. I don’t even know if am peek-a-boo Peggy and whiskey swigging Don in this scenario. I think I might be both… Continue reading

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My Incredibly Uninformed Opinion on Why Ben Roethlisberger Should Go to Jail

Pittsburghers and Steelers fans, our wishes and prayers are with you as you wait for your rapist quarterback to return to the field. Man, I can’t wait for Sunday! Continue reading

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6 Famous Movie Wisemen Who Were Totally Full of Crap

Sometimes you’ll be watching a movie and an old wise man will appear on the screen. He will say little, but those few words will be full of sage advice that will guide the hero on his journey. You may even find yourself quoting him later.

What is easy to forget is that behind that wise old man is just a hack Hollywood screenwriter, and that those ancient words of wisdom were thrown in on the third draft, at four in the morning, after half a pound of cocaine. Continue reading

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How I Write – a drunken, violent, yelling-filled guide to the aspiring writer

How much muse (alcohol) is enough muse? That’s particular to each individual writer, but as a rule of thumb I find once I start “losing time” the creative pump is adequately primed. What happens next is the magic of the craft. No writer can truly tell you what happens once they “get into the zone” but I can tell you I usually wake up in my underwear, shivering under my writer’s cot, my fists clutching glow wand and lottery tickets. Continue reading

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