If you're of a certain age, I'm sure you can agree that one of the most surreal pop culture moments of the 1980's had to be the release of Michael Jackson's 'BAD'. Prior to it dropping there had been rampant speculation that Jackson had decided to retire young, but that was obviously untrue. He was back in the game and staring at us from the cover of his latest album - albeit with a new and different look.
Friday, April 8, 2011
Friday, April 1, 2011
When I first started getting laid, ignorance was bliss. I would spend a virgins-only amount of time getting to know a girl and when I could tell that she was either comfortable or emotionally unstable enough to want to sleep with me, I would say a quiet thank you to God before mounting her and handling her body with all the fluid grace of a seagull rummaging through a landfill.
Friday, March 25, 2011
You gotta hand it to politicians in 2011 - as far as shock value is concerned they make Marilyn Manson look like Donny Osmond. After all when was the last time that satanic freak did anything this outrageous or sinister:
Monday, March 21, 2011
The reason foreign cultures exist is so that we can learn from them. Think about how boring things would be if we all did everything the same. In today's Global Village if you've got a problem, odds are your neighbour has a solution to offer. That said, here are three news stories detailing things we can learn from International brethren.
Thursday, March 3, 2011
|Davies scores both on and off the court|
When I heard about the Brandon Davies 'scandal' I was so fucking perplexed I had to actually stop to ask someone the date just to be sure we hadn't traveled back in time to the 1940's. In case you haven't heard (From: The Salt Lake City Tribune)
Friday, February 18, 2011
|Photo by Ty Hardaway|
How's this for a social litmus test: the first time I heard about Silvio Berlusconi's sex scandal, I was in the staff room of my workplace sitting at a table with EIGHT menopausal women and ONE other guy. Bonus pressure: three of the women at the table were Italian.