Hello readers! I’m so excited because I won some amazing goodies from Comedy Central! The channel home to classic funny shows like The Daily Show and Chappelle’s Show has an online panel that asks what members think about those programs. It’s all pretty tailored, that is, they ask about certain shows at certain times, so it’s not paid like other panels. But I watch a lot of … Continue reading Look What I Won!
Part of the reason I named my blog as I did is that I’m in a weird place with my self-esteem. Another part is that I love Hari Kondabolu. The title of Hari’s record references when white people are supposed to become the racial minority in the United States, a glorious, misleading prediction over which even I, myself glossed. “Well, it’s 49% white people and 51% you … Continue reading How Do I Land in 2042?
Last week I saw Bo Burnham, and first of all I gotta say I wholly appreciate all entertainers who come to my humble, drunk city-town instead of or in addition to the easy pick of a nearby tourist town. I can’t drive 100 miles; twenty is my max. When you’re south of South, you might as well be in a different country. I’ve seen Mike Birbiglia … Continue reading I Gotta Stop Giving Money to White Boys
Comedy has always been a part of my life. I don’t remember this, but my parents have told me Toonces upset me as a small child (although for real, why are you letting a small child watch Toonces). I’d go to middle school on four hours sleep because I stayed up and watched Conan (four sounds ok now but as a slightly larger child?!?!?). I was … Continue reading The Plight of a Fan in a Citytown
I am back with a new theme and more ways you can spend money! Like my last post, this is a mix of charity and businesses. DailyLook I like DailyLook because they put together outfits of their items which look really good, you can see how items look and get pairing ideas, and have access to the outfit super easy. I’d say their style is trendy basic– good … Continue reading More recs!
Growing up on The Simpsons and SNL, Jon Lovitz provides the kind of warm nostalgia of childhood that another might get from Spongebob Squarepants or… I don’t know, The Andy Griffith Show? I listened to his episode of the Nerdist podcast, and good chunk of hit me right in the feels because they end up talking about Phil Hartman. Ugh, when Jon says they were like brothers. Also, … Continue reading MM: Give that man the $10K edition