More Wilsons Than There Have Ever Been Before
How The Last Bookstore Got its Name
Storey Drives Drunk… People
Grand Theft Uber
Greg’s Tipping Point
Danger New Orleans
Driving as an RPG
Lost in DisneyWorld
Jailbyrd: the Prison App
Very Early Sports Video Games
Fear and Boredom: the Great Motivators
The New York Times Hates Tetris
Dreaming of Chess
Drugs and Creativity
A Grand Debate on the State of the 2016 Election Featuring Bernie vs. Hillary
Bush and the Star Wars Prequels
Surprisingly Strong Independent Political Tickets
The Spoofy Origins of Bill Nye the Science Guy
Remembering how Ronald Reagan forgot, Russ takes performance-enhancing drugs… for life, Russ embraces Hemingway and runs with the bulls, Box and won, Russ is as cold as ice – he wants you to sacrifice, Rutgers: home of unending disaster, Freely choosing to limit all future choices, Flowers for Gooberman, Gooberman’s Choice, Wilson’s Choice, Don’t Fear the Reaper?, Spoilers!, the further perfection of the King of the Star-Murderers, and baby boxing.
Never Have I Ever Had Needles Stuck In Me…Willingly, Everyone Loves Their Anesthesiologist (When They’re Asleep), Shady Items Bought From Shady Vans Are Shady, Old Coins Are Old, Putin Steals More Super Bowl Rings than Ukrainians, Greg Doesn’t Want Racist D-Bag Medals, and America is Burning (and How to Put It Out).
For those of you who may or may not enjoy quasi-legal forms of entertainment, this may enhance your own internal odyssey. It’s the final sequence of 2001: A Space Odyssey, with the soundtrack replaced by Pink Floyd: Echoes. This is the lesser known version of playing Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon, to a sequence in the Wizard of Oz. And the payoff is quite good.
The following piece features the voices of Joe Rogan, Bill Hicks, and the Bizarro Reagans. In posting this, I do not wish to convey that drugs are necessary to transcending the narrowness of your daily perceptions. They can help, if used properly. The real point is that it is your responsibility as a human to remain curious, to absorb more of the world than your traditional senses can impart, to access deeper parts of yourself. And, for the love of everything, you need to start doing this now.