Author: Josh Gunderson

My Second Chance at Falling In Love with Taylor Swift (Even Though She’s A Zombie)

I was a very different person back in 2008 and I will be the first to admit it. I was a year away from finishing college with a pile of debt and two degrees, I was working in a job that I hated and was slowly sucking my soul out of my body, and I

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This is Supposed to be Fun, Right?

I have, admittedly, been on the struggle bus when it comes to finding what my own personal “new normal” looks like. You’d think that after a year of adapting to all the fun new buzzwords that I personally can’t wait to never hear again. These include (but are not limited to): Social Distancing, Quarantine, Lockdown,

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My Milkshake Brings All the Boys to the Yard

Just in case you’re having a rough week, I’ve decided that I’ll brighten your day with some pictures of baby goats. Well, just one baby goat. Over the holidays, I had the pleasure of getting to know the folks at Machado Farm Foundation who both rescue animals and serve to educate the general public about

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128 Days Later

If I had a dollar for every time I have told myself I was going to write an update in the last 128 days… I’d probably have like a thousand dollars. I have been yelling at myself a lot but the desire to sit down and try to be fun and witty on the internet

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A Beginners Guide to Not to Be an A-Hole at Halloween Horror Nights (Light): 2020 Pandemic Edition

WHILE I HAVE YOUR ATTENTION: Are you registered to vote? Check or update your registration at http://www.vote.org before reading on. Use your damn voice and vote cause if you don’t there’s a pretty good fucking chance that we won’t be getting a full HNN next year. Don’t be that asshole. For those of you not

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10 Ways to Step Up As An Ally to Non-binary People

Back in August a complete misunderstanding on Twitter lead to a really great conversation with my friend Carrie about the non-binary gender identity. We recorded it for my podcast, The Millennial Agenda, and I couldn’t be more proud of the episode. Carrie is someone who has always inspired me and so many others and to

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The Great Animorphs Re-Read: The Invasion

You might recall back in July when I decided to re-read the Animorphs books for the first time in over 20 years. Kevin had sent me a link to download them all for free on PDF, which sounds shady but is actually sanctioned by the author. K.A. Applegate actually said back in 2011 that she’s

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Finding My New Normal

As I mentioned in yesterday’s ramblings- I’m officially out of work due to the COVID. It’s not a cute little furlough like we had back in March, it’s a full-on layoff. For the first time in 20 years I have no job, no plan, and no idea what’s coming next. Strangely- I’m kinda okay with

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Lockdown Part 2: The Revenge of the Rona

There is really nothing better than living in a country that doesn’t take a global pandemic seriously. It’s really a step above living in a state that doesn’t take a global pandemic seriously. My favorite part was when we became an epicenter and a global laughing stock. According to the CDC website as of sitting

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I’m a Terrible Influence on My Virtual Friends

So… I, like much of humanity, have become obsessed with Animal Crossing. I really never saw this coming. But the problem is I’m starting to become a horrible influence on my villagers in the most innocent way possible… if that’s even a thing. For those not playing (really?) here’s what I’m referring to. Once you

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