Continuing her series on the subject of gaslighting, Sarah Xerta examines parents who gaslight their children, and the effects this has on the young and impressionable.
With a photo of a potato recently selling for over $1 million, cultural conquistador Kate Turner charts the strangest items sold on eBay.
Jason Arment interviews an anarchist and assures anonymity to learn their most honest thoughts and beliefs. Topics include the government, capitalism, the Flint water crisis, and more.
The “Weak” in U.S. Politics: Mike Huckabee’s farewell dad joke and why Kim Kardashian won the polls this week (sorry).
Investors have twisted themselves in all sorts of pretzel shapes in trying to justify Jeff Bezos’ commitment to investment ahead of profit in the world of Amazon.
Travis Laurence Naught saw David Cross perform stand-up in Spokane and wrote a review. You can still catch Cross, he’s on tour and might be in your city next.
Reddit addict Kate Turner plunged the depths of procrastination and yields her selection of the strangest things Reddit has to offer.
Sean Davis continues his bid to be mayor of Portland, talks about support, listening to constituents, fundraising, and currency more valuable than money.
We sent Grant Spencer to critique his high school poetry, only for him to discover that nostalgia isn’t what it used to be.