Jul 22, 2014
commented on On the Future of Work
I recently came to the conclusion that I won't ever experience retirement. Germany introduced the concept in 1889 as life expectancy started to outpace productivity. Since my kids will be spending every penny I make until well past the point where I am no longer productive, I'm assuming the only option left will be for me to be put into some kind of matrix-esque life support pod until I "achieve" total organ failure. This realization has brought me a great deal of metaphysical peace.
Jul 21, 2012
commented on Welcome Back, Cafe Racer
I'm not sure it's possible for the racer to actually be better than it was before (it was already pretty damn awesome), but if the vibe last night is any indication... there are some great nights ahead.
May 30, 2012
commented on The Culture of Fear Is Alive and Well at the Seattle Times
I wear a suit to work, I have a dog, a wife, and three kids. I don't look even a little different. I, am, however having problems. Looking different does not correlate with having problems. I've seen more normal looking people with serious problems in Red Robin than Cafe' Racer. The people in Cafe' Racer today weren't having problems. They were having lunch.