I get some of my best ideas from talking about random crap on social media. (I’m not wasting time on Facebook, I’m working on my writing, hello?). This week I was inspired by a post about how the number of people who saw Fifty Shades of Grey somehow means no one should be offended by […]Read more "Pennywise for President—Clown in the Oval Office?"
Recently, a Facebook friend I don’t know personally and probably only friended because we both play the same game, posted a meme full of misinformation about the chump, er, Donald Trump. It ended with the phrase, “Correct me if I’m wrong,” so I decided to do just that. The first line of these meme claimed […]Read more "Correct Me If I’m Wrong: Challenge Accepted"
I sometimes think that if sarcasm and snark were marketable skills, I would be rich right now, instead of broke and living with my parents. The other day I was at the store, buying widgets to resell online. I had found some at a pretty good price (in other words, I could resell them profitably with […]Read more "The Lost Art of Sarcasm"
The second time I graduated from college, I expected to do better with my second degree. I didn’t, but today I realized where I went wrong, so I have some advice for college students. Getting a job after college was never easy, or so I’m told repeatedly by my parents. However, I think it’s safe […]Read more "Getting a Job After College: You’re Doing Everything Wrong"