Tag Archives: Andrea Bartunek

White Manna – Bleeding Eyes

Andrea Bartunek, contributor For a band who’s name is also a burger chain in New Jersey, White Manna is rad and not at all greasy. Oh and not to mention, they’re from Humboldt. Although they’re touring the world at the moment like a bunch of badasses, you should try to catch them when they’re back in America. If you’re into …

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Is This Breakfast?

Andrea Bartunek, contributor They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day, because it is. It’s not good to skip it and you have to at least put something in your body. You usually wake up in the morning starving, hungover and reach for the closest form of food. To make this more entertaining, start playing a game …

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It’s “Emergency!” Credit Card

Andrea Bartunek, contributor A lot of people are careful with their money and a lot of people aren’t, but mostly everyone needs a little help from a credit card. Once in a while it’s nice to spend the money you technically don’t have. To help yourself feel less guilty, call this card your “emergency” credit card. The first step in …

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Dinosorcery: Why Dinosaurs Were Probably Witches

Andrea Bartunek, contributor Let’s examine our society’s obsession with the ancient beasts that were the dinosaurs. It looks like we worship them. That’s because we basically do. We put them on our clothing and our accessories. We trim hedges into their shapes and put figures of them in our garden. We paint murals and make sculptures of them. Museums collect …

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Rerun Your Wardrobe

Andrea Bartunek, contributor Let’s say it’s 2 am and you’re watching Nick at Nite after indulging in some inebriating substances. An episode of Full House comes on. You want all the outfits. You also want to touch Uncle Jesse’s hair. You want Kimmy’s scrunchie. You want DJ’s oversized sweater. You want to do the running man. This sends you into a …

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Same Sh%t, Different Year

Andrea Bartunek, contributor Theories about the future are pretty generic. Teleporters, flying cars, robots, minimalistic tall buildings, aliens — these are givens. Our major cities will be up and running with technological advances, but technology and things in general will be just as annoying to deal with as in our present-day life. Teleportation will have been invented but it will …

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