It was mid-November and I was at the end of my rope. Cards on the table: I’d had a bad six months. I ended the spring with MonoStrep (a simultaneous bout of mononucleosis and strep throat) and started the fall with a cold-turned-lung infection-turned-perforated eardrum. Sexy, I know. Not everything was going wrong—I have a…
Vague Satisfaction and Peaceful Moments in a Canoe
When features editor Archer Parquette happens upon a large body of water, his mind immediately turns to the greatest activity he knows: canoeing.
There’s a storm coming. A storm of thumbs.
False fire alarms are the bane of this thumb’s existence.
Muenster Cheese and An Abundance of Dead Skin
This list is almost as majestic as that eagle.
Dread and The Brain-Numbing Pain of Thin Walls
A daily dose of “wisdom” from the mind that brought you “Dead Salmon and Idiot Pictures.”