Monthly Archives: December 2013

December 20

Dennis Rodman receives chilling open letter from an ex-North Korean prisoner

December 19

‘A Kiss At The End of the Rainbow’

“A Mighty Wind” is a 2003 American mockumentary comedy-drama film about a folk music reunion concert in which three folk bands must reunite for a television performance for the first time in decades. One of my favorite songs in it is ‘A Kiss At The End of the Rainbow.’ Check out the song and let […]

December 17

The Ideas that Shaped Management in 2013

December 16

24 Rules For Being A Human Being In 2014

December 15

Apple CEO Tim Cook Comes Out in Support of Pro-LGBT Legislation

Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, discusses the impact of his childhood on his values. “These values have also recently guided us to support legislation that demands equality and nondiscrimination for all employees regardless of who they love. This legislation, known as the Employment Non-Discrimination Act, prohibits discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation or gender […]

December 14

Jon Stewart Demolishes Megyn Kelly and Fox Freaking Out Over Santa’s Race and the War on Christmas

Jon Stewart is really getting tired of Fox News still flogging this War on Christmas nonsense, and Thursday night, he said that “shit’s getting real.” He took on both Gretchen Carlson and Megyn Kelly Thursday night for freaking out about a Festivus pole and black Santa. Stewart mocked Fox’s “manger danger warnings” before getting to […]

December 13

Everyone is Gay and advice on dealing with it

I have a new favorite website. It is called: “Everyone is Gay.” Kristin Russo and Dannielle Owens-Reid give advice to those who are confused about sexuality, gender-identity, dating, falling in love, or even dressing up like Super Woman. Why do I love the site so? Well here is the site’s Mission Statement: Everyone Is Gay works to […]

December 10

The OC’s Seth Cohen at His Greatest

Seth Cohen makes up most of the punchlines in these clips, but lets face it he did have most of the best comedic lines.

December 09

Bring Todd Home

A 25-year-old man left his warm house in Carmel Valley Sunday and spent the night in freezing temperatures on the street. Todd Sondgroth has vowed to remain homeless until he raises $10,000 for charities that help Monterey County’s homeless population. “I’m going homeless and risking my family, my job, and my life to INSPIRE,” Sondgroth wrote. […]

December 08

Favorite Quotes from “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”

  For anyone who knows me well, it is quite obvious why “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” is my favorite book and which character I would play. It is a story about mischief and love. The idea of contrast is a basic building block of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.” The entire play is constructed around groups […]