Archive for Humor

It’s Time To Write A Blog, Nick

Blank screen. Endless possibilities. I can write anything. Go! (…) (Er….) An Epic Tale of Beauty Once upon a time…. (Yeah, that’ll work.) Once upon a time, there was a poet of great renown who was commissioned by a king to create an epic that embodied all that was noble…

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How I Expanded My Mind and Accepted Turkey Day

Look, I’m no fan of turkey. I mean, sure, it’s tasty enough, but give me mashed potatoes, and I’m set. Always mashed potatoes, in a great big heap, with some gravy. And maybe some of that green bean casserole, officially the best use of green beans on the planet and…

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The Deadliest Sword

NOTE: This story was written in high school and dug up from the archives after this article. It’s posted as-is, except for a few typos I couldn’t help but correct. Enjoy! ~~~ Uh… Welcome ladies and gentlemen… Whoa! Way too formal. I cleared my throat. Have I got a story for…

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Facebook Gives Users Even More Ways to ‘Like’

According to a press release from the Facebook Team, the social-networking site will publicly unroll even more ways to “like” starting this holiday season. “Obviously, we first let users ‘like’ each other’s posts, then we added the ability to ‘like’ people’s comments,” explains Facebook PR Director Melvin Yutzy. “We decided…

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Review of the sequel to Green Eggs and Ham

Seuss-enthusiasts have heard whispers for many years of the fabled sequel to Green Eggs and Ham, one of the Doctor’s most well-known books. I have recently obtained, through my many contacts in the publishing underworld, a electronic copy of this mystical book. After much examination, I have determined that if…

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Interview with Michael Goodyear

This entry is part 4 of 4 in the series Interviews with Nick

Published April 3, 2010 After a long absence from the joys and rigors of a reporter’s life, I have found myself thrust back into my role as intermediary between personalities of note and the general public. Soon after my first re-publishing of my previous interviews, I received a called from…

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Interview with Roman God Janus

This entry is part 3 of 4 in the series Interviews with Nick

Originally published January 5, 2008 Nick: For the first interview of 2008, I had to pull a few strings, make a few calls, but our guest today was kind enough to make the long trek to Kendallville for an exclusive. In the hot seat today is none other than Janus,…

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Interview with Ms. Regina Svetlana

This entry is part 2 of 4 in the series Interviews with Nick

Originally published on December 22, 2007 My dear readers, I am truly humbled by the response my first interview has made among certain circles. Within a day of its publication, I received no less than four phone calls from parties interested in my services. Even with the approach of Christmas…

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Interview with Donald Merriman

This entry is part 1 of 4 in the series Interviews with Nick

Originally published December 20, 2007 In college, I, Nick Hayden, would occasionally interview the movers and shakers of the world and post the transcripts via email to those who were interested in such personages. At the time, my main subject was Stuart Lem, headmaster of the prestigious Lem Institute. Recently,…

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