Mark Ellis would like to give Romney a bit of advice with his campaign.
Mark Ellis talks about the devoted, clinging women he’s sought out his whole life, and how that behavior was modeled for him growing up.
Male menopause, heavy metal, and Lonesome Dove.
Mark Ellis talks about how growing up with little discussion of gender left him uncertain how to relate to either feminists or MRAs.
We may be shocked by men crying, but Mark Ellis says Lisa Lampanelli’s tears on Celebrity Apprentice were the most shocking sight of all.
“After the big wash, and after the lofty expressions of our political forefathers had thoroughly dried, stonemasons were lowered down upon the sculptures.”
In response to Tom Matlack, Mark Ellis wonders whether straying into politics may hurt the Good Men Project.
Mark Ellis says goodbye to his family’s aptly-named Jack Russell terrier.
“Hi, I’m Chuck Palahniuk, here for the keynote address,” he said.
A nostalgic ride back in time, thanks to PBS and the sounds of the 60s.
Following an emotional career-long battle with his customers’ shrubbery, Mark Ellis has begun to reconcile his relationship with decorative greenery.
Mark Ellis looks back, gratefully, on his father’s service.
Mark Ellis is not afraid to to admit it: He’s fallen for Progressive’s top salesperson.
Mark Ellis takes his children on a trip to the past.
Mark Ellis recalls a time when music was both bluesy and psychedelic, and a cub reporter could get into backstage rooms of rock & roll legends.
Mark Ellis innocently sits down to watch some TV with his teenage daughter and he ends up digging the latest pop sensation.