“Hello, Hubbomaniac!” came the Imp’s voice through my headphones. I am straddling the cross-trainer and pedalling furiously towards my fitness horizon as the Imp's voice disturbs my reverie.
Funny spoof of the famous CSI TV series. Follow our famous London detectives as they investigate a gruesome murder on the Thames River.
Learn how to survive a zombie attack. A zombie is a person or zoological creature that has died and been reanimated without speech or free will. Learn survival skills and what survival gear is needed.
This piece is satire. It mocks the disgraced former academic and faux American Indian, Ward Churchill, including his stilted writing style. His falsified and fabricated scholarship resulted in his losing his professorship at the University of Colorado at Boulder in 2007.
Exploring the reasons why SLACKERS are such a necessary ingredient to society. Recognizing how to spot a SLACKER and to appreciate their supreme sacrifice and commitment to the well being of humanity. What it truly means to be a SLACKER and the tools of the trade.
Here is another in what has now become a series for me (I guess three hubs constitute a series – It started with Eating Corn on the Cob Through a Picket Fence) about uniquely Southern words and phrases. As you might be able to discern, I apply a...
Use these simple tactics to become a master arguer. Keep from having to walk away from a good heated debate by learning how to keep it going longer. Then, learn what to do to keep from losing.
There had once been an American Werewolf in London and then again in Paris. Now the tables were turned with the NYPD and the National Guard out in force as many of the population of New York cowered within their homes.
Enjoyable spoof on the advances in the possibilities of Space Tourism for ordinary, everyday multi-millionaires. But also for working folk. Since the launch of the 21st Century there have been major developments in research and technology into making space flights purely for leisure
This blog is a satire about the lack ethics in popular culture.