The Two Worst Television Commercials of Super Bowl 47

Super Bowl 47 was played last night — and while it was a great game — the whole spectacle of the Super Bowl is totally played out.  The halftime show is boring and unspectacular — how many times do we have to see Beyoncé bouncing her booty in our homes to get the point that she has an enormous butt?  The television commercials are predictable.  The “funny” commercials always end in a jokey, visual, “gotcha” you can see coming a mile away — while the “serious” commercials drip a sugary false-sympathy that enrages one to screaming and bloodletting.

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From Inspiring Hope to Big Dopey Dope: Ten Sentence Story #173

For the longest time, I was incredibly inspired by the story of Lance Armstrong — the man who survived testicular cancer and won race after race, seemingly unbeatable.

He was a tremendous winner and the foundation that he created raised well over five hundred million dollars for cancer research.

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Kentucky Fried Cheapskate

Are you a Kentucky Fried Cheapskate?  You are if you’re all upset because your free Oprah coupon for the new “Kentucky GRILLED Chicken” special was refused or rain checked.

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Twitter Going Toes Up

We love it when our prescience is proven right in the marketplace.  In March, we predicted the demise of Twitter, and today, we have growing evidence that Twitter will soon be going toes up.

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Fake Holocaust Suffering for Profit

Oprah bagged James Frey for “making up” his life story.  Now Oprah has been burned again, this time by a Jewish couple that unnecessarily faked their Holocaust suffering for fun and profit.

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