I recap Mad Men while drinking but today I ate so much food my heart is actually hurting so for the second week in a row, sober sally!
So I missed the last two weeks. Sorry. Here’s my recaps:
The Flood 06×05: Everyone is upset that MLK died. Yeah, big twist there.
For Immediate Release 06×06: Whaaaat? Pete watch out for those stairs. Whaaaaaaaaaat?
I’m not drinking tonight because, well, I’m trying to live a healthier life? hahahano I just don’t have anything to drink.
Every time I go to Yelp to find a restaurant, car place or prison (article highlight: “They have juice boxes! If you’re going to get arrested, do it in Arlington County.”), I always come to the same conclusion. I always learn far more about the Yelp reviewer than about the place they’re reviewing.
Since Rip has long been a fan of Yelp reviews that begin at least six days before the dining experience in question occurred, we decided to join forces to identify the ten kinds of people who write Yelp reviews. Continue reading
Sorry I said ‘sup. I’m wearing a baseball hat and I immediately become High School me and that’s not a good thing in any way.
Tonight I’m drinking something, no pics. I’ll be writing down thoughts that are more random than usual cause I ate dinner at five pm EST and really you shouldn’t be reading this anyway as I’m on some “PROJECT K” shit this week.
Can you believe it’s already been a week? It feels like only five days past since last Sunday but actually, it was seven days. It’s crazy how weeks work.
I’m back! Not really. I’ve constantly been alive since I wrote the last thing but let’s not allow this to devolve into a discussion of your rampant solipsism and let’s drink.
Seriously? Seriously? Seriously. Today, a day in 2013, when we have 3D printers and Higgs boson particles and our phones are basically computers, people are still suggesting that allowing gay adults to marry each other will lead to polygamy, pedophilia and bestiality. As though there are people standing outside the Supreme Court with their pet goat who they one day hope to marry, crossing their fingers that the Supreme Court strikes down DOMA because then the very next logical step, after DECADES of gay couples having to fight this fight would be for the SC to be all like, “Fuck it, everybody marry everything.”
So, for clarification purposes, I am just going to go ahead and list out what gay marriage is not, so that maybe we can have an actual argument about what harm would be caused by actual gay marriage – not the bat shit insane things you keep getting it confused with. Continue reading