Despair.com’s first Lose Your Own Adventure book, Who Killed John F. Kennedy?, is now hitting the mailrooms of over 100 journalists and book reviewers across the globe, and the early reviews have been great!
Celebrate the summer with 10 of the saddest songs you’ll ever hear!
Many of us have worked with or for individuals who have confidence in wild disproportion to their actual talent.
While the world cowers in fear at the prospect that Bangladeshis may have 20 feet more floodwater to surf on in 2100, I’m worried about more pressing matters. Here’s the four things that terrify me more than Global Warming…
Now that “Who Killed JFK?” is done, we’ve decided to relax the only way we know how: by compiling all the bad news you might have missed while you were out enjoying the first weekend of summer.
The summer of ’87. World population reached five billion people. Ronald Reagan challenged Gorbachev to tear down the Wall. The Harmonic Convergence ushered in a new era of universal peace and brotherly love. And in Texas, thousands of teenagers were being thrown into for-profit psychiatric hospitals, put on antipsychotic meds, and kept there until their family insurance ran out. I had the good luck to be one of them.
Hey folks, did you miss us? Too bad, we’re back anyway, and we’ll be blogging daily again from here on out, now that we’ve put that pesky matter of a certain assassination behind us! And now that we’re back, we’re…
The Detective is YOU, a brilliant kid detective! The Victim is JFK, the President of the United States! But the mystery is UTTERLY UNSOLVABLE!
After years of development, of false starts, aborted launches, and other self-inflicted mishaps, our most cynically brilliant adventure is about to begin.
What jobs will remain after America turns into a post-apocalyptic shell of its former self? Here are five dying careers for the smart job seeker to avoid.