The third installment of Jacob Laukaitis’ 3,500 kilometer motorbike trip across Vietnam.
Bits & Pieces
A squirming, writhing snake knot some of you might not be able to watch!
As a teenager, Adolfo Kaminsky risked his life, crafting false documents to save thousands from a monstrous regime.
Eric Sirota’s Button Poetry: “Day of Repentance” blends humor and postulation that his religion is changing.
Where precision meets talent.
Silence is the most powerful weapon in a rapist’s arsenal. It is what allows rape to continue, unchecked and unacknowledged.
What if you went about your daily life, working in the city, riding on public transportation—only to come home to the basest of comforts, a hammock in the forest?
What could Noddy possibly be trying to tell us?
Casey is really trying his hardest to be a real-life, modern James Bond (without all of the womanizing), and honestly doing a pretty great job of it.
Is this the paradigm shifting? Are we out of our comfort zone, as we face even the prospect of electing the first US woman President?
The inventor of this working jetpack might argue we are living in the age of the ‘Jetsons.’
To step back and allow my mind to see a thought from all angles and various perspectives with-out attachment expectations or judgments.
Amin Drew Law’s Button Poetry takes on prison and poverty.
And you know it’s on like ping pong.
Button (satire) Poetry entices with a somber staccato meld of enticing fire and regret centered on the perception of Asian bodies.
We guess modern airplane food could be worse?