Category Archive: Art & Aesthetics

FBI Says It Is “Running Out Of People Who Can Partner Up With Weirdos”

According to a new statement released by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, “we are running out of people who can partner up with weirdos.” The press release, which had a tortured, almost haunted… Continue reading

A Real Study Guide That I Actually Distributed

When you are studying for this test there are certain things you have to know. To me, the most remarkable thing is the reappearance of Flora. Like what Camus means when he says… Continue reading

Retreat, now including Chapter 4

Dear readers, Chapters 1 through 5 of Retreat are now available, for your reading pleasure. Several changes have taken place. First of all, the entire novel is now presented solely in “Trixie,” because fonts matter.… Continue reading

Key and Peele’s “Prepared for Terries”

Dear readers, A while back, before I bought the 24 oz. Mega Monster Energy drink I am currently sipping, I published a post entitled “Man Versus Food,” about the dangers of good television. That… Continue reading

Man Versus Food: On Watching Television

PRELUDE Dog shit! Urine-stained dog shit! Rock ‘n’ roll is a blood sport, a sport of men. It’s for the people in the dark, the death cats, the masturbators, the outcasts who have… Continue reading

My video review, mid-film, of Pitch Perfect 2

Filmed outside of the movie theater. Enjoy! -Kugelmass

Charleston: A Very Short Post

I don’t have a lot to say about the shooting in South Carolina. Nothing in particular, other than my nationality and my grief, qualifies me to speak about it. It is so immensely horrible… Continue reading

The Kinship of Sports Bars

Originally posted on The Spiel:
Sorry for the long hiatus! I’ve been busy with work, and when not busy with work I’ve been distracted by, well, sports. The Giants have been lurching from…

BREAKING NEWS: Shamir Reveals That “Ratchet” Lyrics Were Partially Written By GarageBand

Welcome back, readers! Many of you are perhaps unfamiliar with Shamir and his new album, Ratchet. This is sad, because the news outlets tried — they really, really tried. The New Yorker’s Anwen Crawford profiled both artist and… Continue reading

Technical difficulties resolved!

Dear readers, That last post went up before it was actually finished. (In fact, one person “Liked” it before then, which I consider especially brave, and appreciate very much.) Now it’s got all… Continue reading