Monthly Archives: March 2014

The Insanity of Family Matters

‘While back, I was asked to write content for a website that no longer exists. I wrote one thing in a Cracked-esque tone for what was to be a recurring series called SitBomb, where I’d deconstruct a classic sitcom’s universe for fun and profit. Without the profit.

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How I Broke Up With Shakeology

If you’re not familiar with Shakeology, all you need to know is it’s a bag-of-expensive-powder program brought to you by the same fine folks that brought you Insanity, Insanity: The Asylum, and the sure-to-be-forthcoming, Insanity: Fundamental Institution.

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Survey vs. Survey

If you’ve ever called PayPal, you’ve probably gotten an email that starts like this:

Dear Michael,

We noticed that you have not yet had the opportunity to share your experience about your conversation with PayPal.

As part of PayPal’s commitment to excellence, we invite you to share your feedback with us.

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