K. Thor Jensen

Contributing Writer, Entertainment

K. Thor Jensen is an award-winning writer and graphic novelist who lives on a tiny island in the middle of nowhere. His website is Shortandhappy.com. He fought six Draculas and won.

Articles by K. Thor Jensen

10 craziest high-octane alcohols from around the world

Alcohol

10 craziest high-octane alcohols from around the world

When it comes to alcohol, sometimes you want a big bang for your buck. And the best way to ensure that is with an booze that is mighty strong. In this list, we’ll travel the world bringing back samples of some of the most insanely high-proof

10 craziest Florida criminals of all time

Humor

10 craziest Florida criminals of all time

What’s going on in the Sunshine State? I don’t know, but it certainly seems to drive people insane. It seems like every week there’s a news report from Florida that’s totally bananas.

10 biggest sex scandals in sports history

Sports

10 biggest sex scandals in sports history

With the USA Swimming sex abuse scandal drawing national headlines recently, I thought it’d be useful to dip a toe into the dirty world of athletics and revisit the ten biggest sex scandals that rocked the world of sport.

10 craziest cases of identity theft

Humor

10 craziest cases of identity theft

One of the most pernicious crimes of the modern age is identity theft, where someone gets ahold of your personal information and uses it to impersonate you for cash or just for fun.

10 dumbest 911 calls of all time

Humor

10 dumbest 911 calls of all time

We don’t expect people to be particularly coherent when they call 911 – usually when awful things are happening, it’s hard to stay coherent. But the callers listed here take things to a whole new level. These 911 calls are bizarre, idiotic and hilarious.

10 of the weirdest after-school specials ever

TV

10 of the weirdest after-school specials ever

Grown-ups of a certain age will remember the feeling of coming home from a hard day at school and just wanting to watch some cartoons only to be bamboozled by the after-school special, cheaply-made “serious dramas” that aimed to keep kids on the straight and narrow.