Almost every show that features a live studio audience has hired me or people like me. Here's what I learned getting paid to pretend to be interested.
These are the sorts of jobs you can only qualify for if the reason you flunked out of DeVry had something to do with drinking Listerine and a donkey.
If we can somehow move past the stigmas attached to some of these no-longer-cool-but-crazy-useful items, I think we'll all be much happier people.
Due to a rare genetic disorder, my father and three of my uncles are blind. So even though I've had sight my whole life, I know that most people's definition of blindness misses a huge chunk of what going through life without vision is really like.
Characters in children's entertainment are constantly finding themselves at the center of absurd controversies manufactured by misguided people who apparently exist solely to tear the joy out of everything they see.
Recent research reveals that you can improve your grades the study-less way by simply doing these things.
There is apparently no shortage of things I don't feel cool enough to own that have nothing to do with items you'd find in a Raymond Chandler detective novel.
Statistically, most people would rather get stabbed in the eye with a steak knife than talk to a car salesman.
Monkeys wearing bow ties are always welcome, but as soon as they're hunting with spears and cooking hamburgers, we start worrying about how difficult it will be to learn their language once they take over the world.
I's about time we retired these lame jokes and shipped them off to a hospice so they can die in peace after years of overuse. Their time is done.
Little Archie was a psycho.