Results tagged with 'Facebook'
Published April 7, 2015
In the overwhelming joy about the Badgers victory over Kentucky, there were a few threads that claimed it was silly to root while so much serious stuff was going on in the world. The people filling social media with such thoughts totally missed the point.
Published March 6, 2015
Facebook saves the day. Well, a facebook friend named Bob did anyway.
Published Jan. 8, 2015
I'm going to tell you how I really feel and then, I'm going to actually do something about it
Published Jan. 6, 2015
I remember back in college, I came to the realization that several different versions existed of me. Those different versions of me continue to this day, but nowhere are they more pronounced than on social media. I embraced Twitter long before Facebook and Instagram, but now active on all three, you'll experience a totally different Andy Tarnoff if you only look in one place.
Published Dec. 27, 2014
This year, OnMilwaukee.com's Molly Snyder noticed numerous Facebook friends planned to renounce - or at least take a break from - social media.
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Monday June 23rd, 2014 – Island Lake, IL Two things I have never suffered well throughout my life are (in no particular order) idiots and bullies. Occasionally they show up in the same person, and that makes it extra hard to dummy up and let it pass. I have been gett...
Saturday June 14th, 2014 – Island Lake, IL This next post ripped my heart to shreds, and I’m still reeling from the loss: * * * Sometimes Facebook is the bearer of bad news. I woke up this morning and was slapped in the face with news t...
Monday April 21st, 2014 – Island Lake, IL I can’t let this time of year pass without paying true heartfelt tribute to my number one comedy mentor C. Cardell Willis. I’ve had influences and partial mentors along the way, but Cardell was “the man” right...
Saturday February 8th, 2014 – Hartford, WI For the second Saturday in a row, I did a well run benefit show for The Lions Club. This week it was in Hartford, WI at a beautiful facility called The Schauer Center. I’ve worked there before, but not in the same venue. It ha...
Follow the leader was a childhood game played by everyone. There is a chosen leader and behind the leader are the followers standing in a line. Everything the leader does, the followers have to mimic it. My older siblings were often the leaders and would tell us to reenact embarrassing motion...
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