I started playing softball when I was seven. For the next decade, not a single month passed without sports being a huge part of my life. At eighteen, I auto-crossed my car because it was the only legal way to drive
I photographed wrestlers for an article about Robert Rodriguez’s wrestling show Lucha Underground on the El Rey Network. During the show, a wrestler named Vampiro broke a long fluorescent tube light over Pentagon Jr’s head, and shards of glass went flying
“This is what happens when you don’t let me see my cat.” Jane pulls back her hospital bracelet to reveal two giant scars on her wrist. I cringe and look at the nurse. She doesn’t react, but instead slides a
This article originally appeared on Hello Giggles The cat lady: lonely, mid-thirties, has two or more cats, at least one cat-themed item of clothing, and spends a lot of time reading about cats’ behavioral patterns online. Did you know if
“On a scale of 1-10 how bad is the Lynwood jail?” “6,” texted my lawyer friend. A stream of unfortunate events involving drugs, alcohol, and domestic violence ended with my friend being arrested and put in jail two weeks ago.
I finished the book and put it on kickstarter for pre-orders!
Moderate them or get rid of them. It’s the perfect environment for stupidity to flourish. It lacks any civil discussions or rational debate. It can raise your blood pressure or ruin your day and make you say, “Fuck you” aloud
I went to Mexico. I ate some tacos and took a bunch of photos. I went whale watching and some girl on our raft started puking and passing out, so a rescue boat picked her up. She could totally be
My first car was a stick-shift. I learned to drive that thing within the first hour of getting it. I loved blasting my Wu-Tang Forever CD and pretending I was a racecar driver through the desolate streets of Kalamazoo, Michigan.
(This essay originally appeared on Flip Collective) *** A month passed and things were starting to calm down. I packed up our Koreatown apartment and brought Jane her things. It was almost as moving out of our apartment cured Jane.