Category Archives: Philosophy

The Reason

Two tweets I saw recently: “I have no doubt in my mind that everything happens for a reason.  Every single thing.  The good and the bad all leads [..]

Philosophy, Rants

For Us By Us

A five o’clock shadow on a chiseled jaw is barely perceptible in the dimly lit cabin. As the car confidently glides around a corner, the driver speaks over [..]

Philosophy, Rants

Thoughts on Race and Policing

What seemed a dormant issue in America is once again an active volcano. The circumstances surrounding Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown, and Freddie Gray have ushered in a new [..]

Philosophy, Politics

The Design Sucks

We cannot escape the experience of being human. Everybody feels the full spectrum of emotions and lives within the confines of their physical makeups. And that freaking blows [..]

Philosophy, Rants

Apples to Apples

Two standard pieces of advice we often hear: don’t compare yourself to other people and be thankful for what you have. Pretty universally accepted I think. However, in [..]

Philosophy, Rants

Fantasy Football Is Life

A statement out of a girlfriend or wife’s worst nightmare might go something like this: Fantasy football is life! I imagine that’d be near the pinnacle of cringe [..]


Because We Already Know the Answer

I’m not sure what it says about my personality, or my place in life, but I’m a sucker for self-help articles.  No article about improving your life or [..]


Don’t Knock the Hustle

I’m always amazed at the level of disrespect that certain people receive.  I think we all dish it.  How sexy and awesome is the sportscaster Mike Tirico or [..]


Tinder: An Unexpected Realization

I’m 30 years old and single.  This is my doing.  I’ve had plenty of opportunities for girlfriends in the past couple of years.  I’ve traditionally been against relationships [..]

My Life, Philosophy


People can be really cool, unique, or weird on the surface.  There’s the emo-gothic guy with the six-inch platform shoes on, trench coat, and gobs of eyeliner.  There’s [..]