Here are five seemingly well-meaning questions that should probably be avoided.
After a decade knee-deep in e-opinion, this is what the Internet has taught me about the Internet.
It turns out that some artists are just putting forth a certain sound with the instrument they have been given without any mastery or understanding of how it got there.
No one likes seeming smart more than stupid people. Unfortunately, being stupid, they're not particularly good at conveying intelligence.
I decided to go abroad, but how could I do that without looking like a noob? I learned the hard way, but now you don't have to.
FYI: I tried my best to rank the universes' presentations of black characters from least to most favorable -- even if the ranking is more favorable to super duper favorable.
There are cover songs that add absolutely nothing new and are a success merely for the artist's ability to ape everything that was good about the original. Here are five covers, competently played, but with shockingly little imagination.
It turns out, you don't have to live alone in the woods, reading issues of 'Guns and Ammo' and co-writing your manifesto with beard lice, to be terrified about the state of basic freedoms in America today.
There are certain scenarios that are so uncomfortably awkward that I go to bizarre lengths just to avoid them. Maybe you do, too.