Huckberry.com: The artifice of the working man.

Recently I got a password alert from Google. Someone had compromised one of my accounts. I found Huckberry.com and discovered I had created an account there. Why, when, I don’t know. It must have been a time of aspirational thinking if they can sell a work shirt for $128. Shoes. Denim. Coats. Everything is of … Continue reading Huckberry.com: The artifice of the working man.

Donald Trump says somethings that makes me think he’s smart.

Fake news. Figured I'd start there. Lord knows it gets the networks in a bunch. But he just keeps yelling those words. Fake news. At every outcry to things he changes, to every over inquisitive reporter, fake news, he declares. And is he wrong? Something about that declaration. How it is almost comical in it's … Continue reading Donald Trump says somethings that makes me think he’s smart.

Oh fuck, we’re burning books

One of the more disheartening aspects of cancel culture is it is my generation that is doing it. We, the vanguards of internet connections, the children of the 80s, who grew up with Commodores and Apple II's, decided we should police speech. We agreed when twitter delisted. We shaked our fists to #metoo. We said … Continue reading Oh fuck, we’re burning books

On Bromans

So there's this show on OutTV. Kinda ridiculous. Bromans. Scantily clad guys, like near naked, and their equally barely covered girlfriends compete to be the ultimate Broman. The show is set as if in roman times. The contestants step back in time into this ancient Roman city set. Complete with period appropriate accoutrements. Citizens. Carts. … Continue reading On Bromans