Jason Edward Harrington

Columnist-at-large for McSweeney's Internet Tendency. Frequent humor contributor there as well. MFA candidate in the creative writing program at the University of Mississippi in Oxford.

My humor pieces have been mentioned by the New Yorker, the Boston Globe, Gizmodo, and have been voted as among the year's best by Splitsider.com.

Work also featured in TIME and POLITICO magazine.

I launched a blog in late 2012: http://takingsenseaway.wordpress.com/2014/04/04/this-site-has-reached-1-million-views/

Website: http://jeharrington.net/
Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/Jas0nHarringt0n

Working on a book, creative nonfiction.

Avatar is young Nabokov.

5 Criminals Who Pulled Off Major Crimes With Only a Phone

When we think of criminals, we tend to think of two types: The street-level thug committing his crimes with a gun or a fist, and the upper-level management, dictating orders to the thugs below. But there's a third type: The guys who picks up the phone and decide that crime sounds like a fun thing to do today.

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