Silliness in Takes, sadly, did not take Holy Week off.
In between our Big Reads, Joel and I have also decided to do the occasional Small Read, and our first Small Read is Peter Moskos' In Defense of Flogging, which is exactly what it says on the tin. Go here if you'd like to listen to it, and it's also available on iTunes and Google Podcasts … Continue reading New Podcast Episode: The Small Read Cast
You didn't think I'd forgotten about this project, did you? No, the Silliest Take of the Week Project may hibernate from time to time, like a great bear, but it always returns.
What follows are Several Opinions about the Oscars, All of Which Are My Opinion.
In preparation for the Oscars, Erin and I watched Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri last night, and, uh, well.
Thrilled to announce the first episode of my new podcast with my good friend Joel: The Big Read Cast, where we read through big ol' books (500+ pages) and then use them as a springboard for talking about all kinds of things. We intend to update quarterly, and our first episode is available right now … Continue reading New Podcast: The Big Read Cast
Hello! With 2017 coming to an end, I figured I should put together a short list of what I wrote this year, and briefly mention what I'm hoping to write going forward, now that I'm actually a lawyer and no longer a law student and thus have less time for this sort of thing than … Continue reading Things I Wrote in 2017
I have written my first article for Zam, and it is about what it would be like if the Skull Spider Monster That Appears at 39 Seconds in Devil Daggers Were Your Boyfriend. I have done this as a parody/loving homage to the Toast's old "If X Were Your Y" series, which was already being expanded and … Continue reading New Article: If the Skull Spider Monster That Appears at 39 Seconds in Devil Daggers Were Your Boyfriend
I have a new article out for Unwinnable Monthly, this one about the weird politics of Mass Effect's SPECTRE Program!
This one's on time! First, today, we have three full-length Silly Takes, all published on August 25th, when the stars apparently aligned and Writers of Takes from across the political spectrum felt a dark compulsion to opine wildly about pop culture. Finally, our Silliest Take this week is one of my favorites: short, sweet, and perfect.