My Favorite Moments of Unrequited Love

Two of the last three girls I felt a shred of anything for didn't feel it back. The other is a shell of a human being and truly someone to be pitied. She's easily the worst of the three, and while I'm sure there was some reason I saw something in her at some point, … Continue reading My Favorite Moments of Unrequited Love

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5 Times Michael McDonald Nearly Broke The Internet

McDonald nearly caused worldwide whiplash when he came to terms with media giant Warner Brothers on a $500,000 lawsuit back in 2013. The suit was for breach of contract, but McDonald didn’t let the bombshell news affect his touring schedule. As crazy as we all went over the news at the time, just imagine how … Continue reading 5 Times Michael McDonald Nearly Broke The Internet

We Need to Talk About the Clue Murder Weapons

Nothing brings a group of people together quite like a good board game, especially board games involving grisly murders. Enter Clue, the 1949 classic that pitted three to six players against each other in a race to discover who killed Mr. Boddy, what they killed Mr. Boddy with, and where they killed Mr. Boddy. There's a … Continue reading We Need to Talk About the Clue Murder Weapons

A Case for Music as the Very Best Thing, Vol. 1

Today I was tripping around headlines on my phone when I came across a news story on Pitchfork announcing that Strand of Oaks chairman Tim Showalter would be serving as Magnolia Electric Company's frontman for the band's upcoming tour to celebrate the brilliant songs of its deceased leader Jason Molina. Molina passed away in 2013, … Continue reading A Case for Music as the Very Best Thing, Vol. 1