One Sydney resident has found herself in hot water after she was accused of favoring her dog’s social media footprint over her dog.
Paris Portingale breaks down the great poet Lord Byron, some arsehole he knows named Byron that he calls Brian instead, and how photography came to be.
Sacha Baron Cohen’s undressing of modern America has gone viral, but all that glitters is not gold. Looking back on the first episode of Who Is America?
Will Shortz played a prank on NPR that Tom Richards wished had been true; this caused him to think of similar people (and things) who can also kiss off into the air.
Doesn’t it feel like there’s been a huge surge of unsolicited phone calls lately? Paris Portingale offers a couple of scripts for how to answer those in the future.
We’re living through a golden age of satire. But it’s not causing as much change as we’d like to think.
President Trump addressed the NRA and Paris Portingale breaks down the history of weaponry as only he can. Be thankful there’s no pocket-sized nuclear missile. Yet.
Paris Portingale shares about his recent trips to the doctors and how he might possibly have leprosy or cancer, or both.
Paris Portingale saves you a bunch of time by summarizing what he heard his friends say about the important bits in Fire and Fury. You’re welcome.
Here are a series of leaked memos detailing how one college is navigating sexual harassment and misbehavior among faculty members and their students.