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New On NBC This Fall: Kitchen Konvicts

By Michael Gallo Do you like cooking competition shows? Are you enthralled by America’s Prison-industrial complex? Then you’ll love Kitchen Konvicts, coming to NBC’s Tuesday night lineup this fall! We found 30 inmates who were allowed to work in their prison’s kitchen due to good behavior and gave them a chance to compete for their … Continue reading New On NBC This Fall: Kitchen Konvicts

The Ultimate Playlist for America’s 241st Birthday

By: Pancakes “History began on July Fourth, 1776. Everything before that was a mistake.” These are the words spoken by Ron Swanson, one of America’s greatest heroes. Nothing is as American as sitting back on a hot July day drinking some Jack Daniels’ whiskey while eating hotdogs, hamburgers, and risking your limbs lighting fireworks as … Continue reading The Ultimate Playlist for America’s 241st Birthday

The Barnyard Lampoon Reviews Windex

A Post By: Michael Gallo For clean mirrors and windows, America and other, lesser countries have been trusting Windex cleaning solution since 1933. While the rest of America was experiencing a crippling depression, S.C. Johnson said, “hey sorry you’re unemployed, but why not have clean windows while you’re at home trying not to cry in … Continue reading The Barnyard Lampoon Reviews Windex

Trash Day: A Modern Cause to Pause

A Post By: George Sm’elliot Since time immemorial, humans have celebrated rites of renewal. From ancient Egypt’s festival of the Nile flood to the mysterious druid monuments for the equinox, cultures across the world have found ways to recognize life’s cyclical nature. Although these events have taken different forms, they share a common call to … Continue reading Trash Day: A Modern Cause to Pause