Articles by Joe Donatelli
Between the pope, Rick Santorum and homophobic preachers who are secretly gay, everyone seems to be talking gay marriage these days. As a straight guy, you probably don’t care. But you should. Legalizing gay marriage would be good for you.
With St. Patrick’s Day almost upon us we thought it would be nice to share a little story where, if you pay attention, you can learn 200 ways to say “I’m drunk.” See how many you can slip into conversation on the 17th.
Books, radio, television, rock music, magazines, movies, comic books and Socrates, what do all these things have in common? At one time they were all considered a corrupting influence on the nation’s youth.
All of Mad Men’s boozing and whoring aside, there is a gravitas within the office and a certain respect for the work that grounds Don Draper and company and gives their world a certain believability.
Like most men who will ever eat a Taco Bell Doritos Locos Taco, I bought mine after midnight, after a few drinks, while a woman looked on disapprovingly.
It was the morning of Dec. 30, 2011. I awoke in a Santa Barbara hotel room, kissed my wife, grabbed my iPad and checked Facebook. I remember all of this because on this particular day my social media network did something completely unheard of — it delivered me actual news
There’s a saying often uttered by people who adhere to a healthy-diet lifestyle. “If your great-grandmother wouldn’t recognize it as food, don’t eat it.” To those people I say, “My great-grandmother ate dirt in Italy.”
Starbucks, the coffee shop inside of which approximately 47 percent of you are reading this, announced that it will begin offering beer and wine at select locations in Georgia, Illinois and California by the end of the year. If this experiment goes well, alcohol could be included on Starbucks menus nationwide. And if that happens, Starbucks as we know it will change. Drastically.