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Category Archives: History

Sometimes you arrive late to a 4000-person water balloon fight (with video!)

It shall go down as one of the bloodiest, wettest, sexiest days in Seattle history, a day in which thousands of men and women gave their dryness so that a … Continue reading

09/12/2013 · 1 Comment

Words We’ve Probably Learned From Movies

Everyone has either been the victim or the aggressor in regards to the following sentence: “Oh, you got that from [insert movie here].” As much as we’d like to deny … Continue reading

12/18/2012 · 1 Comment

You Better Double Bag Your Freedom, Because It’s Leaking

Hello there, welcome to this week’s episode of “What’s Seattle Banning Now?” In today’s article we’re going to look at plastic bags, those thin, stretchy contraptions that carry your groceries … Continue reading

08/29/2012 · Leave a comment

A One on One Tour of the Stonewall Jackson House

Lexington, Virginia Initially I did not intend to go to the Stonewall Jackson house, but the Robert E. Lee chapel was closed and I thought Jackson a fine second. Being … Continue reading

12/11/2011 · 1 Comment

Ten Things You Should See in a Heist Film

http://www.soundonsight.org/ten-things-you-should-see-in-a-heist-film/

11/30/2011 · Leave a comment

The Initial Reports on Classic Consumer Products

http://www.defenestrationmag.net/2011/11/the-initial-reports-on-classic-consumer-products-by-chason-gordon/

11/02/2011 · Leave a comment

Forgotten Greek Myths

Astridus, the god of involuntary spasms, finds his lover dallying in a field. Hoping to surprise young Supya, he poses as a sheep, but tragedy strikes when Supya, posing as … Continue reading

10/10/2011 · 3 Comments

A Hackneyed 14th Century Comedian Who’s Tired of Attacking Castles

You ever notice when you attack a castle, they always raise the drawbridge right before you get there? I mean they had hours to raise the drawbridge – they knew … Continue reading

09/30/2011 · Leave a comment

The Original Consumer Report on the Dishwasher

Every meal must end as God intended with the cleaning of dishes, to remind us that our culinary reverie is only that, a brief respite from a life of labor, … Continue reading

09/14/2011 · Leave a comment