The word continues to spread. Like a virus…


awww…shit! the Fanboy Factor podcast (which coincidentally enough stars your friendly neighborhood jman) is getting some props!  check it out:

“This show has started out really well, they are four episodes in and already I think they have a great formula. You can get news from the comic culture from a lot of places nowadays, but these guys are a great place to park your podcast app for a while and check out. The Fanboy Factor website is home to a ton of great content and the owner and curator of the site is on this show! And it’s not the only podcast they have to offer! They host podcasting veterans like The Next Issue, and they also have some great back episodes of pod like 4 Guys a Girl and a show and Kornercast! A ton of info on the site with reviews for just about everything, so go check out the website and then go check out the show! Don’t forget about that subscribe button!” 

Check out the whole article over on #fortheloveofpod

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Planet of the Jakes: the Breakfast of Champions


“Dad…”  Jakob said, walking into the laundry room.  I was doing my last minute ironing, right before rushing off to work.  Like I do every other morning.

“What’s up, Jakob?”  I asked, turning the shirt that I was ironing over to make a run on the other side.

drying cleaning is so overrated.
drying cleaning is so overrated.

Sarah didn’t eat any of the pizza we left for her last night.”  He stated matter of factly.

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Word Abuse: Sea Salt

wtf is Chia, anyway?!?!?  isn't that the crap they make pets out of?!?!?

Here’s a tip for all you budding entrepreneurs out there in New Internetsland.  Got a new product you’re trying to sell?  Then make sure you emblazon the words “Sea salt” anywhere on the package.

Looking for a license to print money?  Who isn’t?!?!?  Look no further!  “Sea salt” will take you to the promise word abuse sea saltland!  Hawking a new cracker?  Bor-ing!   Throw the words “Sea salt” in there and suddenly you’ve got a one way ticket to Moneytown. 

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When Does the word “Maybe” mean “Yes”?

get it?

I’ll tell you when:


It was a trick question.  “Maybe” never ever ever ever means “yes”.  When you’re a parent (even when you’re not), whenever you toss out the word “maybe” as an answer to a question, 9.999999 times out of 10, you really mean “no”.   But, you don’t want to hear any crap from the Asker (or is it “Askee”?!?  I always get the “ee” and the “er” mixed up).  All’s you really want is for the Asker to go into some other room and leave you alone, with as little fuss as possible.

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