As I've said before, one of the best advice you can give to writer's is write what you know. And since I'm a writer, you guessed it, this blog is all about writing. Thanks to this joke, it's also about writing about writing about writing. Everyone still with me?<br />
<p>I've had numerous people bug me about putting this Road Trip post up. I'm surprised. Well here's to hoping I can meet your expectations.<br /><br /><strong>VOL. 1: The Big Easy lets anyone in.</strong><br />
I've been on a road trip this past week, so if you've got the shakes from two weeks of No Hard Way, I apologize. However much like the story of JOB, the humor writer taketh away, but he giveth back in glut. This should be the last break in the Hard Ways, as the "regular season" is startin' up.<br />
<p>For most of my life, I've had one maybe two real friends at any given time. This isn't sad to gain pity, but rather to make you realize that in depth conversations with close friends are few and far between for me. But today, unexpectedly, my friend Adam and I not only pondered the fate of humanity, but also agreed upon the one solution to all of earth's ills.
Under The Influence
I wrote an column earlier this summer about working, but if you do the math and add up the percentage of my life that has been spent at work recently, you'd agreed that it was hardly sufficient.
Hard Way Manifesto
A curious introspective into the soul of college, woven with a love of comedy and absurdity that will leave you in stitches.