Posts Tagged ‘satire’

Running a Marathon

Google Search: “How to run a marathon”   Google Results: Oh, boy. I gotta prepare.   The bedroom blinds open to the morning sun peeking slightly over the horizon. The alarm is waiting to blare and wake you up, but you’re ready. You’ve prepared for this, week after week, your progress accumulating after each one. […]

Look, the world is a scary place. We all know that by now. A terrible event could befall any of us at a random moment and cause untold misery and shame. While ing doesn’t have the power to make all of the world’s threats go away, we do think preparation can help alleviate some of […]

Back in February of this year, the world briefly believed that PepsiCo was going to develop “Lady Doritos”—chips with less orange dust and less crunchy loudness for your delicate, feminine pleasure. When asked if a female version of Doritos was in the works, PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi’s responded: “It’s not a male and female as […]

Every year on March 17th, the city of Chicago uses dye to color the Chicago River a bright, glittering, emerald green. The resemblance to the glowing nuclear waste in old comic books and cartoons is uncanny. This odd tradition has prevailed since about the early 1960’s, beginning with a yearly dyeing to investigate illegal dumping […]