Just embracing my heritage today... In fact, I'm declaring October 23rd International Neanderthal Heritage Day by the power vested in me by this blog and literally no where else, as a day to celebrate prominent brow ridges, hairless backs and an increased risk of Type 2 Diabetes and long-term depression. Yay. I wonder if it's … Continue reading INKTOBER 2019: Day 23. Ancient
See that kid in the middle? Don't do that. You will get rope burn. [POETRY UNAVAILABLE] This is an extremely lazy, pre-scheduled post with bad art because my department is undergoing an internal audit and I am currently being grilled by my corporate overlords. So, enjoy these poorly drawn children playing on nooses. Or better … Continue reading INKTOBER 2019: Day 9. Swing
Honestly I don't know what to think or feel about it. Even if it amounts to anything and Trump actually has to face consequences for once in his goddamn life, then what? We get Mike Pence for the rest of the term? And that's assuming the whole proceeding doesn't totally derail the Democratic vote in … Continue reading Well They Started an Impeachment Inquiry
I have this theory that the increase of bad luck on Friday the Thirteenth acts along entropic principles in reverse so that when luck decreases on the whole system it increases in a closed system, meaning that somebody, somewhere has to be really, really lucky on Friday the Thirteenth. I’m postulating that it is as … Continue reading My Theory About Friday the Thirteenth
My brother Daniel and I both took 23andme DNA tests and this is what it revealed about our ancestry: This explains so much There was also about 0.1% of "unassigned" genes on my ancestry report which I can only assume is blobfish. Grandpa? Is that you? (Photo: Wikimedia Commons) I suppose it is all irrelevant … Continue reading My Brother and I Took a DNA Test and It Revealed Some Disturbing Information
Wherever you are, Julie Fox '05, I hope you are kicking ass and taking names.
Hey, I hope you’re all enjoying the long weekend (if you’re in the US). In honor of Labor Day, I would like to share one of my favorite work mishaps. There have been a few doozies across my many, many, odd jobs over the years—from chasing out a family of groundhogs that had made a … Continue reading An Early Merry Christmas Just in Time for Labor Day