Life inside the White House sure seems to have gotten a lot weirder in the past few months.
Life comes at you fast, in often bizarre and very painful ways.
You may have noticed that America isn't perfect. But you may not have notice that we suffer from problems you'd think even Third World countries would have eradicated by now.
Sometimes, animated movies and TV shows blatantly ignore the horrific aftermaths of their doomsday plot devices that, logically, should have resulted in thousands, possibly millions of deaths.
Once you get past the white dude explaining Africa to the other white dude, the 'Black Panther' trailer is badassery stacked upon more badassery.
We're still teaching boys these lessons, every day. Here's what the lesson plan looks like.
We're thinking there might something to this whole 'breatharian' thing.
Sometimes the lesson the writers think we should be learning isn't the one the characters themselves learn.
American school cafeterias are the stuff of nightmares, with the quality of their food lying somewhere in the range of 'underfunded prison sponsored by McDonald's.'
Let's be thankful we live in a country where we can mock our leaders and not get thrown in jail.
The 70s were a weird time.
How dire is the situation of robots taking our jobs? I took a deep dive into the evidence, and sat down with some experts, to try and figure that out.
If they were going to give us 'A New Hope 2.0' the whole time, the least they could've done is thrown in that jazz band with butt cheeks for heads.
Every cheesy soap opera gives it away from the start-- the dashing Dr. Iago Montana is back from the dead...with a goatee.
You might be shocked to read this, but it turns out a lot of unscripted television is made by people you might describe as scumbags.
The weekly news cycle is like the disclaimers at the end of a prescription drug commercial.
In their quests to replicate Marvel's success, other studios have hastily adopted ideas that they don't really understand yet.