Humor

Disgracebook

Soon I will be rich. Two trends: social networking and the death of privacy. I’m cashing in on the confluence. Why should only celebrities be publicly humiliated?

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The Pursuit of Crappiness

Did you enjoy reading your little transnerdulist magazine about pleasure, prancing and sustained orgasm? Now you expect a little humor, don’t you? Well, guess what? I’m not in the mood.

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All The Formats You Can Eat

There are two kinds of people in this world. People who love magazines and assholes. Just kidding!  (It will take me a few weeks to get the hang of this public outreach thing.) And really, I'm just kidding…. no, really. I know. You love magazines but don't think they work online.  And besides, I live only to please everybody.  And while many are pleased by the flash di...

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I’m Smarter Than My Keys, Dammit!

This morning, I locked my keys in my car. This afternoon, my wife placed her keys on her car seat. I said, “Don’t do that. You might lock your keys in your car.” She said, “My keys won’t let that happen. They’re intelligent.”After I downloaded divorce papers...

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The Meaning of Life Lies in Its Suckiness

McKibben’s dedication to the nobility of age and death doesn’t prevent him from posting a photo on his website that shows him looking twenty years younger than he actually is. Nor does his stance against technological enhancement prevent him from wearing eyeglasses.

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