Monthly Archives: December 2017

Texas Capital to Initiate Class Program for Low Level Marijuana Possession


An issue that’s become part of national political discourse recently is cannabis legalization. Ever since California allowed medical marijuana in 1996 and Colorado lead the recreational movement by becoming the first state to legalize recreational cannabis during the aftermath of the 2012 election, other states have followed suit, in either medical or fully recreational capacities.… Read More

Yelping Isn’t Free: Customer Charged $350 For Bad Review

Yelping Isn’t Free, Yelp & Crisis PR

Of the countless apps that are currently in the Apple or Google Play Store, there’s an app for virtually every situation. Of all the many apps that range in level of usefulness, one app/website sticks out as the pinnacle of reviewing places that people frequent. Yelp is an app/website with honest reviews for almost every location imaginable,… Read More

When You’re A Robot, They Let You Do It: Trump Animatronic Placed In Magic Kingdom’s Hall of Presidents

Trump Robot

In the inexplicably popular land of unfiltered madness and chaos that 21 million people visit every year that I not so lovingly call my former employer, Magic Kingdom, one ride has somehow stood the test of time by not only utilizing American history itself but also offering pristine air conditioning against the hellish, brutal Floridian… Read More

A Deadly Scandal: Kentucky Lawmaker Dan Johnson Commits Suicide Amid Sexual Molestation Scandal

The latter part of 2017 has been nothing short of dominated by allegations and occasional admissions of guilt about sexual harassment and assault by notable individuals in all types of industries. Almost no industry was safe from these incidents and many well-known and respected figures in their respective industries have been outed for their sexual… Read More

Another One Bites The Dust: Famous “Apprentice” Contestant Omarosa Manigault Leaves White House

We all should’ve anticipated that when a reality television star was elected to the highest office in the land, The White House along with modern American politics itself would essentially become a reality television show.   In the 11 months that Donald Trump has been our Oompa Loompa-in-Chief, the doors of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue have… Read More