TL;DR: The world is full of monsters, and you might be one of them. Click here to find out why life is a bitch and then, if you are very, very lucky, you die.
TL;DR: All is not well in the 1960’s Deep South, no matter what they say. Click here for the ultimate “because apparently it needs to be said.”
TL;DR: A little boy has to leave his safe little room and explore the big, scary world, just like everyone else. Click here to find out why the book is always better.
TLDR; Kind of like Day of the Triffids, but heavier on poetry and the human heart and lighter on the Cold War and commas. Click here to find out who you are in the dark.
Because the idea that progress is the natural evolution of society is not only wrong, but dangerous. Click here for some election day thoughts.
TL;DR: Your math teacher was right when she said that everything in the world is based on addition. Everything is. Click here to find out why freedom begins with the freedom to say that two plus two is four.
TL;DR: History, like Soylent Green, is made of people. Click here to find out what the ocean is made of.
TL;DR: War is hell, but the worst part is that it’s also funny. Click here to find out why apple cheeks will save your life.
TL;DR: Order and chaos live so close to one another that they almost touch, whether we like it or not. Click here to find out why both can be scary as hell.
Because if people are going to suck anyway, they might as well make the world a better place in the process. Click here to find out what happens when you attend a lot of comedy hackathons but can’t code.