Last night, after resigning myself to the fact that the cold my wife had given me was not going to let me out of the house, we decided that we would stay in and pop on the boob tube for our Saturday evening's entertainment. We don't spend much time channel surfing these days and our … Continue reading Comedy Central’s Betrayal: Out Of Context Commercials That Make Me Sad
A couple of nights ago my wife and a friend of our s were at the house preparing for an early morning departure to our favorite Thanksgiving destination: somebody else's rental house snuggled on a sleepy section of the gulf coast of Florida. Rather, it would be more accurate to say that this friend of … Continue reading A Sucker For “The Greatest Movie Ever Sold”?
Are children's cartoons required to have a sexual or gender identity? If so, then there are many more questions to be answered. I would like to thank my friend and guest blogger Eve Kerrigan for having really thought about this one and putting together a really thoughtful piece that she shared with me and gave … Continue reading The Quandry of Gender Bending Cartoons: A Brave Discussion
New York is one of the most iconic American cities: known around the globe as a cultural nerve center. Manhattan and it's surrounding buroughs don't just house a disproportionate amount the nation's hippest, most creative, and richest citizens. It also is home to the some of the grittiest, most neurotic, and shockingly average. There is … Continue reading NYC: As Seen On TV