William Shunn sez,
In 2006 and 2007, over the course of about 30 episodes of my "ShunnCast," I serialized my memoir "The Accidental Terrorist," the story of how I, as a naive young Mormon missionary, came to be arrested for terrorism and permanently banned from Canada. The response was enthusiastic and overwhelming.
Now I'm serializing the book again, but this time in its own dedicated podcast. Starting today and continuing throughout 2009, I'll post a chapter from "The Accidental Terrorist" every Tuesday morning. Fridays I'll post a "Setting the Record Straight" segment to discuss exactly how true the preceding chapter was.
This just may be my favorite true-life amazing-but-true tale -- never has threatening an aircraft been funnier or more thought-provoking.
“In lieu of flowers, please pay someone’s open bar tab.” That’s the request to those mourning the loss of one Randall Jacobs of Phoenix, Arizona, who died at age 65. According to his obituary, RJ, aka Uncle Bunky, “told his last joke, which cannot be printed here, on May 4th, 2020.” He sounds like a […]
Learn from the world’s best. Written and directed by Kathleen Cameron; starring Jim Cameron; original music by Bensound.com.
What do we have here? Why, it’s the 73rd Communique of the CPSUZOeD (May 2020), a rare video release from Soviet Unterzoegersdorf, with an important message about the coronavirus pandemic.
Maybe you had a piano teacher as a kid that drove you off the instrument forever. Or maybe you always wished for some serious training, but never found the time. Whether you have dreams of tossing off a Beethoven or Chopin piece at the drop of a hat or you have visions of being the […]
When you see that curved arrow on the side of a cardboard box, you instantly know that box came from Amazon. The unfurled rainbow feathers of a peacock immediately scream NBC. And a partially eaten piece of fruit in the profile is a world-recognized symbol of tech titan Apple. Icons are powerful symbols, condensing volumes […]
Call it retro. Call it a throwback. Even call it kitsch. But the 80s are still a singular time in pop culture history. From Ghostbusters and Back to the Future to your neighborhood arcade and the Atari 2600, artifacts of that seminal decade still resonate, evoking audible excitement and sighs of pleasant yesteryear remembrance. But […]