Getting a child’s informed consent to donate their organs is as much fun as it sounds.
When in doubt, writes Kenny Bodanis, divide the world into two groups: Those who don’t give a s**t about you, and those who do.
Kenny Bodanis covered the Paralympic Games, and sees in them a manifestation of the Olympic spirit well beyond the “normal” Olympics.
Kenny Bodanis muses on the mixed joys of being away from one’s family.
Kenny Bodanis points out that continuing your education as a parent is easier said than done.
Sex, Size, and Money: the three reasons men and women rarely face one another in a sports arena.
Sexism, Prejudice, and Stodginess: the three reasons things won’t change even if they could.
Kenny Bodanis argues that men have some legitimate medical complaints to make.
Kenny Bodanis analogizes squeaky wheels to the humans who produce equally annoying sounds.
Kenny Bodanis contemplates an apocalypse spent with the Mouse.
Sure, they’re the blood-sucking undead, but do they babysit?
Kenny Bodanis feels that there is a basic etiquette to dog ownership, and it is really not that complicated.
Kenny Bodanis asks: does it make any sense to call something porn if it’s a picture, but erotica when it’s words?
Kenny Bodanis is tired of being asked if he’s “that way” or just seems that way.
If men were to bear children, we would survive the process. Why? How? For the same reason women do: we’d have to. One does what one must when one desires something enough, like children for instance. Or medical school; or becoming a pole vaulter.