Cubicle Man

It’s 4 o’clock on a Friday, The will to live gettin’ thin. There’s a wall clock ticking patiently, Muffled only by chatter and din. I think, “God, please take me away from here, I don’t care at all where I go. But I’m bored and oh, Lord, I’d truly be floored, I’m sure, if I…

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Verizon FIOS Dropped Sportsman Channel From TV Lineup

Cruisin’ down the street in my six-fo’, I was treated to a radio ad regarding the Sportsman Channel that can only be described as apocalyptic. It goes something like: “Verizon Fios is violating your freedom and First Amendment rights by removing the Sportsman Channel, the only channel dedicated to hunting, fishing, and all things outdoors….

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Maintaining Lifelong Friendships in a Disconnected Digital World

I identify as an introvert. The common misconception with this identification is that introverts are not social creatures–I crave the same connections and conversation in which extroverts thrive, but I attack these cravings in an often off-putting and unfamiliar process. At times I feel like my nature ostracizes me from normal work life and social…

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My Experience Working at McDonald’s

James Franco recently penned an op-ed in The Washington Post in which he discussed his experiences working at a McDonald’s. He writes that “I was treated fairly well at McDonald’s. If anything, they cut me slack. And, just like their food, the job was more available there than anywhere else.” Aside from my dashing looks,…

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