Top 12 Rules to Good Time Camping: 7 – 12

Part 2 covers such hyper important topics as trail mix, hiking style, and why it’s OK to hate people who describe themselves as Early Risers. This one has a lot of good photographs in it. Or at least I think they’re good. Why don’t you tell me what you think of them by commenting at the bottom. Let’s wrap up the Good Times…

Top 12 Rules to Good Time Camping: 1 – 6

After a long road trip, which involved camping in four states (or five if you include a cold night in a Civic at an Idaho rest stop), I realized, “Hey, I know a thing or two about how to have a good time camping.” A blend of humor and advice, read carefully, this is bear country. Let’s camp…

The Road to Omaha: Part 3

No two balls jokes here. Nope. None.;The final chapter in The Road to Omaha Saga. Will Frodo destroy the Ring in time to get to Omaha? Will the Mighty Ducks beat the Russians…and the Cornhuskers? Will Neo be able to decipher the plot to the third Matrix movie? Will anyone read this post after such a crummy lead…? Part 3: I finally make it to Omaha, and then things get heavy. Philosophy heavy. Before that, I manage to stop at roadside attractions spanning nearly three decades of movie references. And all of this happens in Iowa! Who knew?! It’s a wrap…

The Road to Omaha: Part 2

The saga continues, Wu-tang, Wu-tang. In Part 2 of my journey to Omaha, I attempt to swallow the Midwest whole, with stops in Indianapolis, Milwaukee, and more. Read on for a haiku about why you should never go to Columbus, IN unless you have a damn good reason. It’s a Midwest swing…

This Is Just a Tribute

Pavarotti singing on A lot of different magazines and websites have tried to name the Greatest Song of All Time, but they’re all wrong. Click through to view one of my favorite YouTube videos ever, guaranteed to inspire you, get your feet tapping, improve your mile time by :15 seconds, and make you remember the sublime arrogance of Eric Cantona. Listen loudly…

The Road to Omaha: Part 1

Hooray for Baseball!;In stage 1 of moving from New Jersey to Omaha, I contemplate boredom, death, internet pricing models, sporadic tobacco use, music, and where all those bats came from. Road goes on…

Apply this Post Directly to the Forehead

Billy Mays says, "Up Yours!"Billy Mays died. You probably heard that. But if you thought that news that he was snoggling nose candy hours before keeling over was big, you’ll really get a kick out of some of the commercials that have hit the airwaves since his passing. Just a warning: the word “privates” is used in a public forum. Hide your Amish! Gimme more…