Never stop being crasy, little kid.
Having two dogs is like having two kids in a surprising number of ways. Near the top is the sudden moral requirement to choose your favorite: all families need a pecking order. Now we have the lady Jordan alongside The Reverand John Henry, we need to establish their order in our affections. So, let’s break… Continue reading On Choosing Your Favorite Child
Did you choose this license plate? Are you a pigeon? Or did your keyboard get stuck? What a time to be alive. So many questions, sir.
If it’s only $3.50, you have to ask yourself if you really want it.
Science, if you have invented white chocolate asparagus, I will kiss you on the mouth.
Now they’re evicting the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles? Now, we’re getting serious. Now, I will march.
I am going to better myself and my whole family! I will spend hours reading old stories in the newly available online vault. The first magazine arrives – I read it cover to cover, pass it around, and we discuss the issues over dinner. 5 issues in, we’re skipping the poems. 10 issues in, we’re… Continue reading The 10 Stages of a New Yorker Subscription