Comics writer Karl Kesel and his wife recently adopted a baby whose parents were addicted to heroin. This is the sort of backstory that would normally land a kid in the foster-care system, which does not, statistically speaking, offer much hope at a full and happy life. The Kesels have seriously done some good here, but it's cost them. Their son Isaac racked up $67,000 in medical bills during his first few months of life (it's not clear yet how much of that will be covered by Myrna Kesel's insurance), and it cost another $25,000 to adopt him. Karl Kesel is selling off his collection of comic books to pay the bills, but some Redditors have set up a crowd-funding campaign to help out. You can donate for the next two days.
I've known Ari Sadowitz since I was in high school, and he remains one of the most shockingly talented musicians I have ever met. In recent years, he's spent most of his time cranking out sleek, jazzy, R&B-tinged rock with Model Decoy and Heavy English. But now he has a new pandemic collaboration with…his 3-year-old… READ THE REST
The California mom who captured this hilarious video of her baby explains: "I was shopping for toys for my daughter, Maisie at the store. I was showing her different toys to see which ones she wanted. That toy said it was good for sensory development, so I put it in front of her and turned… READ THE REST
In this video, a very cute three year old girl asks Santa, WTF? Which is a reasonable question. December 13, 2020 / London, UK: We went to see Santa at Hamley's, all was going well until Santa gave out the presents, my 3-year-old daughter asked Santa What the fuck is that? Santa didn't notice, neither… READ THE REST
After a year of lockdowns and limited travel, it looks like the skyways could soon be opening up in a very big way. Indicators show travel volume has started to ramp back up at a significant pace in recent weeks, with key airports like McCarran International in Las Vegas reporting air traffic up 60 percent… READ THE REST
With smartphone technology, everybody has a ridiculously brilliant digital camera to snap pictures at any time. While you can certainly share in the joy by emailing or texting family and friends with your shots, there's a tangible, visceral thrill when you've actually got a physical copy of your picture right in your hand, a real… READ THE REST
You've likely used Microsoft Excel before, but seriously…have you ever REALLY used Microsoft Excel before? We've all tinkered with this heritage spreadsheet maker for simple data organization or basic tables and lists. But the reason this venerable software has been one of the leading productivity apps in history is because of its versatility. All it takes… READ THE REST