My car and I are having a fight. Over the past few weeks, my once spanking new Hyundai Elantra has decided to go rogue on me, acquiring issue after issue, … Continue reading South City Confessions: Watching your car grow old is a bittersweet experience
Taking a popular subject and dissecting it without restrictions.
Life can be cruel at times…
What ever happened to free will? This week, The Missouri State House and Senate voted in favor of a restrictive abortion bill that would prohibit abortions after eight weeks of … Continue reading The restrictive abortion bill is garbage
Sometimes, you just need to talk it out. Like the old man said at the bar, “speak as if no one is judging.” Now first, I am going to unload … Continue reading The Dose Unfiltered: “Ask me anything” mailbag session
Last week, I turned 37, and boy did I live it up. I’m talking brunch at Russell’s on Macklind followed by some cake and treats at my house. Bloody Mary’s … Continue reading South City Confessions: Why the partying life is not for me
One mistake shouldn’t define someone. It is true that being human can lead to a number of liabilities in our life: saying things to be regretted; doing things that one … Continue reading In defense of Kevin Steincross
The good, bad, and the ugly of the year that was 2018
Pardon me, but I have something to say tonight… If there is one thing I can’t wrap my head around during my 36+ years on this Earth, it is what … Continue reading How does one combat senseless violence? Be better tomorrow
The good, bad, and the ugly
With snow hitting the ground here in South City and local driving habits switching from ugly to straight dog shit, I felt like dropping in with an unfiltered rant about … Continue reading The Shit List: Groups of people who drive me crazy
There’s always a way out.
People who throw glass bottles on the streets are human trash cans and should be beaten to within an inch of their life by old school elderly women who are … Continue reading South City Confessions: Glass-littering people are the worst, but Kelsey Grammer sure is cool