Unabashed lover of large breasts, pornography, foul mouths, and loud music. Childhood diagnosis of Oppositional Defiant Disorder is possibly related to current position as Associate Editor and only female employee at GuySpeed.
The New Yorker Celebrates Gay Marriage Ruling With Sweet ‘Sesame Street’ Cover
In celebration of the destruction of the Defense of Marriage Act this past Wednesday, next weeks's cover of The New Yorker will feature an illustration by Jack Hunter depicting 'Sesame Street' residents and best friends Bert and Ernie, cuddling on the couch and watching the news.
5 Things You Can Do For Your Tech-Challenged Mom on Mother’s Day
Oh, moms. A generation of "digital immigrants," our moms have a real love/hate relationship with technology. While most moms we know love their iPads/Kindles/iPhones/weird off-brand tablets, they also seem to have a very hard time figuring them out, and have a tendency to get overwhelmed by tech problems.
Man Attempts to Cut Off His Own Arms at Home Depot
This is disgusting.
Go Here: Slip ‘N Slide Off a Cliff in Utah
Honestly, all 265 acres of Hyrum State Park in Cache County, UT is worth a visit. If you're looking for adventure though, you'll pack a tarp and head to the dam.
What I Learned in My Week Without a Smartphone — The Fairer Sex Files
There are times in my life (for instance, when in the presence of Andrew W.K.) where I am unspeakably grateful to have a tool in my pocket to document my increasingly-ridiculous life. A couple of weeks ago, I found myself phone-less in the Big Apple for almost an entire week. Things got really weird.
Go Here: US Space and Rocket Center in Alabama
I don't care how this makes me sound, it's just honest: I hated every kid I ever knew who got to go to space camp. It was based on nothing more than raw, seething jealousy.
Go Here: Mansfield Reformatory in Ohio
Construction of the 250,000 square foot Mansfield Reformatory began in 1886. Though it held the world's largest free-standing steel cell block, Mansfield more closely resembles a mansion than a prison, which was very intentional; the goal was to create hope and progress in the young prisoners and encourage their "rebirth...
This Day in History — Gary Coleman Found Guilty of Assault
It never seems to work out too well for child stars, and Coleman's life is no exception.
This Day in History — Patty Hearst is Released From Prison
On February 1,1979 Patty Hearst -- a young woman made famous after being brainwashed by her kidnappers and robbing a bank -- was released from prison after serving 22 months for robbing a bank with her captors.
Go Here: Rattlesnake Saloon in a Cave in Alabama
If you've ever wanted to hull up in a bar and hibernate, what better place to do it than inside of an actual cave?