Early 2000’s Rock Bands and Other Band Stuff

It's been a while... since you've gone, and fucked things up, just like you always doooooooo. I recently rediscovered that song ("It's Been Awhile" by Staind) along with a plethora of others from my awkward pubescent years. Sometimes I think of things I've done in the past, or the person I used to be, and … Continue reading Early 2000’s Rock Bands and Other Band Stuff

Tater Tots, the Cost of Expression, Rationality and Emotion, and Selling Yourself for Money.

Tater tots. Tot tot tot de tot. One time I made an entire podcast episode about potatoes... I think I talked for an hour about potatoes, rank-ordering them from least favorite to favorite. Tater tots weren't high on the list. I would always eat tater tots if somebody was like "hey, have some tater tots," … Continue reading Tater Tots, the Cost of Expression, Rationality and Emotion, and Selling Yourself for Money.

Jimmy Scrimnibbler and How the Way We Exchange Information Changes Our Behavior

Hi. My name is Jimmy Scrimnibbler, and I like to bump lines of COCAINE every Monday morning. It really gets me on the right track, you know. A lot of people despise Mondays, but that’s because they have nothing to look forward to. Me? I have cocaine to look forward to. So, yes, Mondays could … Continue reading Jimmy Scrimnibbler and How the Way We Exchange Information Changes Our Behavior

My Terrible Saturday and Learning About Pushing the Limits

Space potatoes! What if... now bare with me here... what if there are potatoes floating around space? Wouldn't that be something? I think that would really be something. Or even more, what if there is a Soft Serve Starch Station in the corner of the galaxy? The possibilities are endless. Endless I tell you! I'm … Continue reading My Terrible Saturday and Learning About Pushing the Limits

Democratic Debates and Words Perceived as Actions Online

If there's a feminist rock band or feminist rapper out there looking for a name, I have your answer: Feminem. You're welcome. I watched the first of the democratic primary debates last night. I also watched Major League Soccer. Which is how you know you're under the weather. Any time you watch a democratic primary … Continue reading Democratic Debates and Words Perceived as Actions Online

Jason Writes About the Pitfalls of Modern Feminism on Father’s Day

I'm watching the FIFA Women's World Cup right now. The US is a freaking juggernaut. It's great. Chile is hopeless. Not as a nation, but as a collection of female soccer players in this particular game. Their goalkeeper is amazing though. My god can she save that ball. Apparently a bunch of people were pissed … Continue reading Jason Writes About the Pitfalls of Modern Feminism on Father’s Day