Aaron W. Voyles reminisces about the impact of debauchery on his freshman hall.
A daughter’s photography choices, a friend who wants credit for an idea, and a boyfriend who lied about a pot pipe.
A shallow and abusive husband shares custody, a friend’s terrible paint job, and a husband unsure about his kids seeing him smoke pot.
This comment is from Paul Winkler to the author of the post about her brother, “What Marijuana Means to Me”.
A guy saying suggestive things in front of her son, a coworker who got mailed pot, and a couple on opposite ends of the political spectrum.
Club 64: They can’t sell it, but bring your own and you can smoke and socialize. Is this the future of pot in America?
Dear John addresses a bad rebound, a friend who wants a pot-head to get a “real job”, and a cute landlord.
No child should have to hear her parent say, “Yo, bring me my bong.” Last night Drama Queen and I were in the car with my neighbor. We we’re heading towards home around 8:15 when the neighbor suddenly blurted, “Let’s stop at Johnny’s on the way home and get a couple of slices.” I paused […]
James M. Sama on why you need to get yourself ready for the greatest thing that’ll ever happen to you.
Pastor Ryan Bell’s “Year Without God” experiment gained him national attention for simply daring to question out loud.
A renowned anthropologist, ethnobotonist, and adventurer rediscovers cultures and languages that could save our species.
New dad, Wai Sallas, fights off sleep deprivation to bring you an important top ten list.
You’ve never seen Thor like this. Or Captain America. Or storm troopers. Or Halo Kitty.
Although the movie is an initial box office hit, there is a growing backlash against its simplistic portrayal of the war and misleading take on Kyle’s character.
‘Normal’ doesn’t exist anymore for a man deciding to start, or not start, a family in the 21st century.
Kim Bongiorno honors Ernie Banks, by sharing her story of the day she met him.
Police could soon be required to kill citizens with kindness.
Adam Crawford takes a deep look into the darkness of loss, and asks how to find the light.
Having minimal possessions in your life isn’t hard, until you face this syndrome.
Naomi Fryers broke up with her disability employment service provider after they put her in a compromising position.
After more than 75 interviews with successful leaders, Sean Ackerman is starting to see a few commonalities.
Heroes come in all shapes, sizes, ages, and deeds. What kind of hero would you be?
“Work is simply another playground in which to explore our personal evolution.” ~ Mark Darren Gregor
Doyin Richards offers a few pointers to men who are about to make the transition into fatherhood.
Kozo Hattori questions the necessity for kids to “take responsibility” at the expense of kindness.