Steep Learning Curve Follow-through is Key After starting Week 1 in a 9-2 quandary, Team AAAS took the field against the High Rollers with our balls aimed squarely at establishing an early lead. Behind the sparkling vigor of The Enforcer and an array of amazing tosses by Unkle Unkool, we stormed to a 5-4 advantage […]
The original Son of Rambohab was released in the summer of 1986 to uniform panning by critics and lukewarm box office results. After only two weekends, Son of Rambohab was pulled from theaters, marking both the beginning and the end of my career as a child star. With my dreams dashed and any hopes of […]
I received my official Corona del Sol Class of 1998 Reunion invite yesterday, which means I have five months left to get in good with the reunion committee and score a seat next to our Most Likely to be a Movie Star, “Jen Coggle”. In retrospect, I suppose it makes sense that Jen wasn’t awarded […]
Despite popular belief, judges are not required to form an opinion through unbiased analytical methodology or by systematic testing of premises. The very act of judging is a tribute to the subtle power of the brow, which can be contracted ever so subtly to express displeasure and to suggest the careful weighing of evidence. Mix […]
Guitar Hero Throwdown in DC (February 2008) The best part about being so good at Guitar Hero is that I don’t even have to look at the screen to know what notes to play. My guitar plays itself. The same cannot be said for Pouya, who clearly struggles to balance his guitar focus with the […]
Trees are good. They provide shade, recycled paper, wood, and probably other things. In fact, trees are the only living organisms on earth that cannot possibly do anything bad. In Medieval times, trees could talk, walk, and transport miniature people to different places. However, the effects of global warming and industrialization have relegated the tree […]
Guitar Hero Throwdown in Chicago (July 2007) My Aunt Theresa plays a mad game of Dr. Mario. She has many wonderful qualities. She is skilled at many things. One of these things is not Guitar Hero. This is reflected in the obvious disparity in our comfort levels during our GH Throwdown. Theresa is tense and […]
4/10ths The Team of DestinyLeft to right: Dr. Clutch, The Captain, The Eye, The Missyle After only one practice, Team AAAS hit the bocce courts on Tuesday to begin their march to the DC Bocce Championship. Unfortunately, our dazzling Military Green uniforms were not enough to intimidate our opponent, BLD-Makers, who jumped off to an […]
Obligatory baby lifting a globe picture. Obligatory baby Jen’s neck lifting a globe picture.
Who knew a trip to the University of Delaware would inspire a new marketing strategy for one of the nation’s leading diversified health care benefits companies? I’ll tell you who: Lindsor.