The idea for the seveneighteen podcast came from the discussions and arguments between myself and my friends over the years, on a variety of topics ranging from sports to music to chicks (and everything in between). Many of these discussions occurred in Vlad Jones-McFly’s crib, affectionately known as the Campbell Dome. This past Saturday was the first … More Campbell Dome Stories, Vol. 1: A History in Hip-Hop
William H. Strafe & Midtown Mo discuss the Frank Ocean announcement with Streetz, Vlad Jones & Cousin D. Why was Mo calling out women who were applauding his announcement? Click here if you’re on a mobile device (or right click and hit Save As to download).
Inspired by my fellow Web writer/columnist/sh*ttalker Eva, this is the beginning of a series of posts about you people (yes, I mean you people) that make me want to consider* supporting SOPA and PIPA if it meant getting you fools off of the Internet for good. Hello, Internet Douche™. Click the link above to check … More Being An Internet Douche, Vol. I: Don’t Poke Me, Bro.
About a year and a half ago, we tried to price out the wedding for our favorite Cowboys fan Cousin D, who was getting married the following summer. Let’s just say, we now know why wedding planners exist. Shout out to @MidtownMo (in the Yankee hat) for the video LIVE from the Polo Grounds, featuring … More Why Men CANNOT Plan Weddings
by Erik Sass (Note: Taken from MediaPost’s “The Social Graf” on February 7th.) Well, I guess it was inevitable. With millions of bored people whiling away the empty hours on Facebook, reconnecting with old friends and stalking their ex’s, there was going to be some hanky panky — and some relationships were going to be … More Facebook Ruined Your Marriage? No, You Did
(Note: the following is from the December 1st, 2009 edition of the Washington Post) By Sally Jenkins Washington Post Staff Writer Tuesday, December 1, 2009 Recently I was involved in an incident that I don’t wish to speak of, particularly not to pedestrian flatfoots who think they’re entitled to see the inside of my house. … More Don’t Go Looking For Answers
(Note: The following is from Wednesday’s edition of The Washington Post. In light of the recent stalking incident involing ESPN’s Erin Andrews, Post writer Tracee Hamilton reveals her story of being stalked, years before most people cared to consider it a crime.) A Fear That Can’t Be Locked Away By Tracee Hamilton Wednesday, October 14, … More No One Asks For This