Yep, I’m Gay

For the sake of argument

Recently, in one of my writing classes, I was discussing the concepts of pathos, logos and ethos — the scaffolding of a persuasive argument.


It’s only black and white

I can’t pinpoint exactly when it happened. All I know is that it used to be a whole lot easier to tell right from wrong.

Keeping Up with the Jones

Republicans, you lie!

This one is for the few people out there who still, inexplicably, proudly call yourselves Republicans.

Raised Relief

Revenge candy

If asked to draw up a dossier of America’s current psychic, mental and emotional well being based on random artifacts pulled from Ye Olde Pop Culture Grab Bag, my diagnosis would read:

Guest Commentary

One year later

Wednesday, Sept. 30, will mark one year since Louisville changed forever.

Fables of the Deconstruction

You know my name (look up the number)

I’d like to open with a joke. You may have heard it before, but like “The Aristocrats,” the humor is all in the telling, and the timing seems right, so bear with me.

Summary of My Discontent

Tonight on CBS: rich man eats bug

Now that Prius is the new Hummer and Qdoba is the new Vincenzo’s and going for a walk is the new seaside vacation, it’s nice to know the economy is stabilizing.

Yep, I’m Gay

Lemonade stand

I’m learning how to make lemonade. Again. A significant amount of lemons have recently fallen into my lap, and I want to find the best way to appreciate their sour before they mold.

Editor’s Note

Fight the future

President Obama lectured schoolchildren Tuesday about the importance of staying motivated in the face of so much distraction.


An indistinct possibility

I’m sorry. I am sincerely proud of Louisville, but “Possibility City”? It’s just not true.