Articles by Neil Bulson
Most people seem to already know that many highly successful people – Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, Steve Jobs to name a few – dropped out of college prior to achieving fame and fortune.
The sitcom is a staple of the American television experience. But beneath the placid simplicity of these shows which have contributed mightily to television’s well deserved nickname of the idiot box, there occasionally lies a disturbing world of weirdos, degenerates and outright freaks.
Every guy is different. Some of us like sports, some like the theater, some like to dress up, and some are afraid to wear pants. So it’s hard to find things that just about every guy agrees on.
Summer is fast approaching and that means that it’s time for that age old ritual: the summer vacation. You all know the usual destinations – the Jersey Shore, Disney, Hawaii, Europe, etc.
Musicians are actually pretty screwed up people. I know, it’s hard to believe that an industry so closely tied to rampant drug abuse and degenerate sex scandals could be anything other than a sunshine and rainbow factory, but it’s true.
Sure, they get away with it in TV land but in the real world, these eight beloved characters would likely end up in jail or at the very least be greeted with the ol’ side eye by anyone with a lick of sense.
There’s a fine line between success and embarrassing failure, between finding the genuine pathos in a fight involving dudes in tights and the ridiculous cheesiness of, well, a fight involving dudes in tights. These eight comic book movies drive that point home perfectly.
Cinco de Mayo is upon us once again, which means… well, nobody really seems to actually know what it means other than it’s yet another excuse to get really, really drunk.
Summer blockbuster movie season is upon us once again and that means it’s time for people to go wild about a new batch of big budget monstrosities and comic book heroes.
One of the hardest parts about a first date is coming up with something to do. You don’t want it to be too sappy, but you don’t want it to feel like a job interview either.
The world of fame is rife with nepotism, whether it’s one of the million Baldwins running around Hollywood or one of the umpteen billion Bushes installed in various levels of government.