Archives for September 2013

LISTEN: The (Unfortunate) Truth [PODCAST]

What do you say to your all-time favorite basketball player when you run into him on the streets? If you’re not prepared now, Martin will prepare you with all the dos and don’ts of what to say when you meet Paul Pierce. [ Read More ]

Opium and My Trip to The Doctor

I had an interesting visit with the Dr. today. [ Read More ]

Updated Sayings From History

What if history’s great leaders had an easier way to get their message across to millions of people worldwide? It sure would’ve saved them a lot of time. [ Read More ]

LISTEN: I Have A Dream (Diary) [PODCAST]

We all remember high school differently.  Whether it’s through pictures, videos, trophies, or love letters.  Emily looks back at high school through her subconscious– aka the Dream Diary she kept. Adaeze learns more. [ Read More ]

WATCH: That Crazy Time in Atlantic City [VIDEO]

What happens in Atlantic City, doesn’t always stay in Atlantic City. [ Read More ]

Tweets We Like: The Lifespan of Tissues

Leah tweeted a funny healthcare question I’ve actually given a lot of thought to! [ Read More ]

WATCH: Why I Loved Typing Class [VIDEO]

Why make ‘typing’ your extracurricular activity at tennis camp? The Big Milkshake has 3 reasons. [ Read More ]

WATCH: Jon’s [ITALIAN] Restaurant Suggestion [VIDEO]

Give Jon a city– he’ll give you a restaurant suggestion. [ Read More ]

Encounters With Wildlife

Today, I ran into a squirrel. I literally ran into a squirrel. Now, I realize that the word “literally” doesn’t carry any weight anymore, since many dictionaries have decreed that it no longer means what it used to mean. So I shall say it this way: I actually, really, truly, and matter-of-fact-ly ran into a … [ Read More ]

Healthy Shmealthy

When I was a kid, cigarettes were touted as a healthy way to relax, control weight, improve your sex life, and make you look really cool. Now we know that cigs will age you prematurely, make your breath smell like an ashtray, and slowly but surely bring about an ugly, painful death. [ Read More ]