When I was kid growing up in the eighties, there were two things I knew with absolute certainty: (1) I was fat and awkward (2) America was the good guys in the world Advertisements
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Lasciate ogni speranza voi ch’entrate. Abandon all hope, ye who enter. -Dante Alighieri’s proposal for a freeway entrance sign I’m sitting in traffic on the 101 trying to get to work. “Traffic” isn’t really the right word. “Traffic” implies some type of locomotion. I am…
Category: Satire, Parody, and Other Things I Use Incorrectly, The Poor Man's WikipediaTags: 911, ac/dc, dodge challenger, emilio estevez, Falling Down, freeways, heart attack, Hitler, improv, Los Angeles, maximum overdrive, muffin top, pistol, police, public transportation, road rage, soccer mom, time machine, who framed roger rabbit, who killed the electric car
I work for David Lynch. Like faith in God or the existence of UFO’s, I believe this to be true despite the lack of any evidence. Let me describe my work week to you.
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