Chelsea Manning and Oprah Winfrey, headlines buzz, is public office for these famous (or infamous) women on the table? Follow-up question: is this really that abnormal for America? Did you know Ronald Reagan was best known for co-starring in a movie with a monkey before … Continue readingChelsea Manning, Oprah Winfrey, and the Problem with Famous People in Office
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays, UnInkables! It’s Christmas day, and I’ve been home with family, doing what I do–eating, joking, and pensively staring out windows while I ponder the fate of humankind. This season, while surrounded by loved ones and warmed by hot beverages, I … Continue reading“War on Christmas” or Robot Christmas?
Why Net Neutrality is Important (Site Update, December 18, 2017) Ajit Pai is an asshat. Now, I know that’s a pretty easy jab—the man thought the Harlem Shake was still relevant in 2017. However, his attack on net neutrality is more than just a philosophical … Continue readingNet Neutrality is Good for (My) Business
A new year, a new UnInkable. Though it has been a little longer since our last update, I promise the time hasn’t been wasted—since then, we’ve redone our site design, and, I am happy to announce, have added a new member to our staff! I’d … Continue readingSite Update, Dec. 14, 2017
In my last article, I said that the tone of UnInkable will change. Personally, I think the site is ready for this, and to start off this new era of editorial tone, it’s time to talk about yours truly, your wonderful editor. I was born … Continue readingAbout the Editor