Category Archives: lists
There’s no subject I love more than U.S. Presidents… except for maybe Star Wars… Star Wars is awesome. But anyway, the American Presidents were (and still are) fascinating men. Here are three facts I betcha didn’t know about George Washington, Lyndon Johnson and John Quincy Adams from “Oh, interesting,” to “Holy Potato Balls!” And just FYI, that reference to “balls” is foreshadowing. Read the rest of this entry
The 1990s… how I respect and fear you. My formative years were… you know, probably like yours and if you’re still working your way through the teenage process, then I weep for you because social media must make it ten times harder. With that in mind, join me for a look at a simpler time when songs would either subtly or obviously command us to take out our junk and bump the uglies. Read the rest of this entry
This is as subjective as it gets, but anyway, I humbly present my list of the 100 greatest movies of all time in no particular order. Read the rest of this entry
We got some of those temporary Rubbermaid storage containers, which we’ve had good experiences with in the past, but this time, it cracked the first time we tried to put the lid on. Hence, Rubbermaid is now on my Enemy List, which is in no way affiliated with or inspired by Homer’s Revenge List in any way. I don’t know why I even brought it up.
There are lots of ways to win an Academy Award – or rather, things that can increase your chances. It helps if you’re talented, but if you’re in a serious drama, that helps even more. It also helps if you cry, cry during a monologue, have cancer, have something to do with Nazis… or, if you’re a guy, you can lose a ton of weight. Read the rest of this entry
Stop worrying about ebola, start worrying about heart disease, cancer and 8 other things that are killing Americans
A recent episode of The Daily Show pointed out that campaigning politicians and talk show hosts (or, if you prefer, “pundits”) have been calling for action regarding protecting Americans from being killed by the ebola virus, which isn’t really a thing that is happening. What is killing Americans is heart disease, cancer and 8 other things at a rate that will probably never be overtaken by ebola.