They either want to give it or don't. Does it suck when you've opened up your heart because you were led to believe this was more than a casual affair? Hell yeah! But I have to believe that there is someone out there who will finally get it, who will match my depth.
As negotiators struggle in the last few days in Paris, we, the undersigned, would like to suggest the incorporation of a simpler approach to deal with the existential threat facing life on this planet.
Here are my opening remarks to the voters of Maryland's 8th Congressional District at my first public debate since entering the race on October 5, 2015. The Democratic primary will be held on April 26, 2016 and will elect a successor to Rep. Chris Van Hollen.
Many I talked to who watched the show said they didn't think it was funny. But maybe that was Lorne Michaels' intention. Are we seeing the beginning of the end of the country's Trump obsession? I for one hope so because I want SNL to go back to being funny again.
Conference calls, web meetings and screen shares. We all love them. We all use them. We also all know that at least 20 percent of all conference calls and virtual meetings are a total waste of time and money. All because the following characters below ruin them.
With the exceptionally popular 40-year anniversary/retrospective event this last weekend, SNL fever is gripping the world. The following seven-point guide will help you increase your likelihood of being cast as the next member of the gang.
Republicans all patted themselves on the back this week for fixing their party's problems. No, really! It's been one year since their "autopsy" or "post-mortem" of the 2012 elections and the party's completely "fixed."
Frosting is a family-owned business that prides itself on its cupcakes made from scratch on a daily basis. If you take a look at the shop's Facebook page, you'll see that some even believe it -- gasp -- "rivals" Georgetown Cupcake. Could it be?
Because the Internet is wonderful, a Freedom of Information Act request was filed for every complaint about SNL the FCC has received in the last five years. Here are the most insane ramblings we could find.
New executive producers Moses Port and David Guarascio do a reasonable job of extracting the kinds of comedy "Community" fans have come to expect. There's no doubt they've been handed an impossible task.