For this piece, the latest in a series of fake concert reviews for The Hard Times’ Hard Style section, I write about how going to a Slayer show can bring a couple closer together.
Here’s a fake concert review that I wrote for Hard Style, The Hard Times’ “lifestyle” vertical. It imagines the sublime horrors that would await anyone going to a Lil Yachty acoustic show.
The Hard Times: I Lost A Bet, so Here’s My Review of Lil Yachty’s Acoustic Set
My latest piece for the fine folks at Runt Of The Web is a cautionary tale about what happens when setting up a wedding registry goes horribly, horribly wrong.
Here’s another comedy piece that I wrote for the fine folks at Runt Of The Web. This is a back to school special, focusing on the only kid in town who’s eager for the summer to end so he can get back to school. I’ll give you a hint on who it is: it’s the one in the trench coat.
Runt Of The Web: School Shooter Only Kid Eager To Go Back To School
Here’s a piece I wrote for Runt Of The Web about why real friends never let their friends start a record label. Don’t enable these poor, desperate souls. You’re never putting your kid through college by hawking Moby Grape reissues.
Here’s my latest piece for The Hard Times. Don’t be fooled by bowling shirts – they’re the ska musician’s preferred method of camouflage.
The Hard Times: Ten Dudes in Bowling Shirts Actually Just a Ska Band
My latest piece for The Hard Times (that sweet, sweet institution of comedy) is loosely based on a true story (oh, dads – what do they know?).
The Hard Times: Local Dad Still Hasn’t Realized Freddie Mercury Was Gay