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How I May Have Made Things Worse For Kanye West

Over the weekend, I was contacted by Kanye West’s people.  They informed me that their client is under investigation for assaulting a photographer. They had heard that I moonlight as a ghostwriter for celebrities in crisis(Tom Cruise, Kristen Stewart, Nicki Minaj ,Justin Timberlake, Selena Gomez, Psy) and asked if I might write a letter on his behalf, … Continue reading

Justin Bieber’s Rider For His Space Flight

Virgin Galactic which organizes private space flights recently announced that Justin Bieber and his concert manager are planning to fly into space on one of its flights.  Because Justin Bieber is used to touring and has a very detailed concert rider listing his demands for the concert venues, his concert manager has made the following … Continue reading

Fun With News Headlines: Volume 20

If you follow this site at all, you know about the discovery I’ve made that just may change the face of journalism forever.  I’ve found that by changing the photos that accompany news headlines, the stories become much, much, much, much, much, much, much, much, much, much,much,much, much, much, much, much, much, much, much, much more … Continue reading

How The Swearing Anchor’s First Newscast COULD Have Gone Worse

Former Bismark North Dakota news anchor AJ Clemente was fired this week, after swearing on-air during his first newscast, while both residents were watching. AJ tweeted an apology, chalking it up to a “rookie mistake,” which is kind of like a pilot pointing a plane down instead of up and chalking the crash up to … Continue reading

How To Tell Blogger’s Mental State From The Blog They Write

Recently, the Army of Awesome People wrote the manual on how to determine the blogger’s line of work from the appearance of the blog.  And now you can even tell the blogger’s mental state or disorder from the blog they write, or how they behave on your blog.  Here are few examples: 1)  Narcissism: Every … Continue reading

How To Determine The Blogger’s Line Of Work From The Blog They Write

Many people who write blogs keep their real name secret for one reason or the other. However, sometimes you can guess the profession of a blogger from the appearance of the blog they write. Here’s how: Dry Cleaner: The blog is always Freshly Pressed. Mortgage Broker: Everything on the blog is in small print. Cult Leader: Clicking … Continue reading

Few Things You Can Tell About The Truck Driver From The Stickers On His Truck

Anyone who ever spent more than 45 seconds driving, had driven behind a truck. And anyone who drove at least 45 seconds behind a truck, must have noticed a few standard safety decals at the back of the truck. Theoretically, these decals are supposed to promote safety, but sometimes you can also learn something about … Continue reading

#FalseAdvertising – An Open Letter To Flintstones Vitamins

Dear Flintstones Vitamins, I remember the first time I had ever heard of your product. I was 6 years old and an older bully had been picking on me relentlessly on the playground. “Here, take these,” a shady looking 6th grader held out his hand. “They’ll make you big and strong.” In his palm were … Continue reading

10 Ways How Harry Potter’s Life Is Really Difficult

I have already covered the downside of being Spider-Man and Superman, but they are not the only superheroes whose lives aren’t as glamorous as they might seem. Though Harry Potter isn’t exactly a superhero, he still possesses magical powers few of us have, and he has two main requirements for being a superhero: a cape and parents who died … Continue reading

My Symphony Orchestra

Recently, I attended a Detroit Symphony Orchestra (DSO) performance with my wife. The DSO performed the music of Rachmaninoff and featured pianist Olga Kern of Russia. As I sat and listened to the DSO, I was unexpectedly asked to fill in and perform every musical instrument at the same time while simultaneously conducting. Strange right? … Continue reading

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