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Street to Star Episode 4: Anantara Bangkok Riverside Resort & Spa

| July 27, 2014

I’m back! This time I’ll take you guys to see one of the most romantic dinner spots, and I also meet the three-time world champion pizza chef Danilo.

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Anonymous Southern White Woman: ‘Y’all Bitches Need to Get the F*ck Back to Work!’

| October 2, 2013 | 0 Comments

  I have had it with this motherfucking Congress on this motherfucking plane! Listen up, you Tea Party asshats. You say that you love the Constitution and the freedom and God-given liberty that our forefathers heretofore sacrificed and toiled against tyranny and slavery so the right of limited government could flourish in the bosom of […]

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Prayin’ the Gay Away at the Church of the Holy Goal Post

| July 25, 2013 | 0 Comments

In a quaint little corner of Alabama that can only be reached by winding two-lane roads shaded by towering pines wrapped in kudzu, there’s an old, but well-kept, Democratic Party meeting hall that’s a bit less busy than it used to be.  But on this day, more people showed up than were expected and they […]

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Hubris, Mendacity, and Assholism — Why New Yorkers Are Gagging on Weiner

| July 24, 2013 | 0 Comments

We wanted to believe him.  On the day he resigned from Congress, Anthony Weiner delivered a lachrymose apology for “bringing disgrace” to his loved ones and he asked for forgiveness — and for over a year following that speech, he continued pursing his lips and sexting his scepter to strangers. When then-Congressman Weiner dipped his […]

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A Taste of Bangkok — Huay Kwang Market Tour [VIDEO]

Join me on my very first video tour for Glittersnipe to one of Bangkok’s main food markets. Make sure to have your pen and paper handy to jot down some of the dishes you may want to try at your favorite Thai restaurant. (Some of my favorites are lab-pla-duk, lab-gai, kana-moo-krab, and the fish balls: […]

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Hot Men Don’t Have to Look Like Hell

| July 18, 2013 | 0 Comments

When your iPhone tells you it’s 95 degrees in New York City, it doesn’t account for the steam from sewer grates, and boiling hotdog water wafting in your face — to say nothing of the fact that standing next to the M16 bus can raise the heat level index to at least another sixteen degrees. […]

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The Ten Best Reasons to L’amour La France

| July 16, 2013 | 0 Comments

Recently I wrote an article celebrating ten things America still does best, and in the interest of fraternite with my newly adopted home of France, it is perhaps laudable to consider those aspects of France that are also exceptional. Too often I see the world as an endless parade of misfits, blunders, and tragedies — […]

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What Is the Real Meaning of Happiness — And How Do You Find It?

| July 12, 2013 | 0 Comments

 “I do not bring back from the journey quite the same self that I took.” – Somerset Maugham Upon returning home from journeys to Burma, India, Bangladesh, or Ethiopia, I am often asked how I could deal with seeing the poverty. Or worse: variations of dismissals: “I just can’t go to those places and see […]

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From Texts to Tweets: Everything the NSA Knows About You [Just the Facts]

What information does the NSA collect and how? We don’t know all of the different types of information the NSA collects, however, several secret collection programs have been revealed: A record of most calls made in the U.S., including the telephone number of the phones making and receiving the call, and how long the call […]

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An American in Paris: ‘Ten Things America Does Best, and What I Miss Most’

| July 6, 2013 | 0 Comments

I left Los Angeles to live in Paris shortly before President George W. Bush’s reelection, and it’s safe to say that I was anything but a cheerleader for all things American. In fact, there are many things about the U.S. that I don’t like. But in the spirit of celebrating Lady Liberty on her recent […]

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