Opening Up the Culture Club

  Why white people are so angry about everything black. For those of you who listen to the podcast, you’ve probably heard us talk about Crazy Facebook Republican Militia Guy before. This person is exactly who you’d think he would be: white, ex-military, angry, hates Obama more than life itself, loves guns more than he…

NYPD Blues

“NYPD Blue,” “Law & Order,” “CSI: NY.” Man, NYPD cops have to cry when they see those shows. You know, because police officers on those shows are not scrutinized for arresting criminals. The NYPD is under the magnifying glass yet again. About a week ago, I wrote a piece called COPS: Not As Seen On…

Rock the Vote: Mo. “Issues” Primary Edition

Now that you know the candidates and who to vote for, it is time to look at the issues on the ballot. Unlike a politician “representing” you in Congress, these state and local measures can affect you directly and YOU PERSONALLY can dictate the fate. Politicians will fuck you over, no matter who you vote…

Rock the Vote: KC GOP Primary Edition

Now that we got the Democrats out of the way, it is time to move on to the Republicans. If you are not a fan of Republicans, you can still use this to your advantage. Find a candidate you think is a complete piece of shit and vote for someone else! Sometimes there are elections…

Rock the Vote: KC Democrat Primary Edition

Voting is a pain in the ass, You have to go inside some elementary school and feel like a goddamn pedophile and vote for people you have never heard of. Good news! I’ve done the research for you! Since a huge population of my readers and listeners are Kansas City residents (grassroots campaigning works!), this…

Sharknado, Snakes and Stupidity

Sharknado capitalizes on the public’s want to not be taken seriously.   We all want to be stupid. This isn’t new. Ignorance is bliss is why normal people like to identify with Forrest Gump and Raymond Babbitt. To throw away any reminder of adulthood and the pain we identify with growing up and replace it with a…

The Costs of a Dying Pet

When I was in high school, I found my childhood dog, Cody, lying at the bottom of the basement stairs unable to move. He wasn’t injured, but for some reason he could not get up the stairs. I knew something was wrong and called a friend to drive me and Cody to the vet. The…