Al Peters
May 15

Sad to see this. I love Lauren Lapkus, and want the best for her career, but I’m not sure I can make it through this one.

Feb 12

Completely agree, though it took some time to get there. Almost all the time it’s easy to make stuff up, change the subject if I’m uncomfortable, or any of that. Internally though, for years I would feel so down and weird for these seemingly innocuous reminders that I’m estranged from my family. In other words, I know Read more

Feb 12

Really glad to see this content. After a long time of emotional abuse that turned physical, and numerous boundaries ignored, I cut ties with my immediate family nine years ago. Can’t agree more with anything in this article. Read more

Jan 17

Honestly, if their NBC-Owned Comedy lineup was exclusively here, this would become my primary streaming service.

Jan 15

Having Demi as a roommate must have taught Gabe a lot. 

Jan 13

The Dark Knight died a hero, while Joker lived long enough to get a nomination.

Dec 30

Been a big fan of your articles while you’ve been here - thanks for your work, and good luck on your next endeavors!

Nov 13

Every now and then I still get a vanilla frosty at my local Wendy’s.

Nov 1

I’ve been scouring the “So You Want To” sections of TV Tropes all week prepping for NaNoWriMo. Had two aborted attempts last year and the year before, but I hope this is the year I finally stick with it.

Oct 25

Even with my jewel case of seasons, I’m half-tempted to sign up just to have classic Simpsons on demand.

Oct 24

I use my OneNote for a modified Getting Things Done system, and I have a specific Someday/Maybe list for creative ideas, just like this. 

Oct 22

In addition to the other book recommendations here, I want to give props to “How to Be Yourself: Quiet Your Inner Critic and Rise Above Social Anxiety” by Ellen Hendrickson, and recommended by Susan Cain of “Quiet” fame. Reading this along with some therapy to tackle my social anxieties has paid a lot of dividends for Read more

Oct 21

We always end our Halloween with “It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown”. Our October is filled with scarier fare, but the trick-or-treating and kid characters remind us how we felt when we were younger on actual Halloween nights. Read more

We always end our Halloween with “It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown”. Our October is filled with scarier fare,

Oct 14

Thanks so much for the article - I lost the password to my original account, but building this for me and fellow time-challenged people is great. Read more