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Jagged Noodles: Lessons Learned from Subway

Good news, everyone. After my last column, I actually did write to Subway to complain about their stupid commercials with those idiots adults who speak with kids’ voices, commercials that have been haunting my...

New Year’s Resolutions for Everyone Around Me

There are few things more American than making New Year’s resolutions. Each year around this time, we individually create a list of promises in hopes of bettering ourselves and becoming more fulfilled. Then we...

Frak, I’m going to be a father

Jameelah and I have just found out that our baby is a boy. We are ecstatic. Sure, we would love a daughter just as much as we now love our son, and I know...

Do Your Patriotic Duty and Shop on Black Friday

Around this time of the year, most of us take a moment to pause and reflect on the things for which we are thankful. Family, good health, love, the obliteration of Romney and his...

Baby Never Acts Wild, Very Low-Key on the Profile

Next Monday, we will have an ultrasound to find out if our little critter will be a boy or a girl. This will give us a head start on indoctrinating this kid on its...

What Obama and Romney Can Learn from Reality TV

Sadly, as many of us had predicted, our political system has devolved into reality TV. Just look at the Presidential debate a couple of weeks ago. Do any of us remember any of the...

Asian Dude’s Experience with Black Culture, Episode 4: What Yo Man Gotta Do...

About every other day, Jameelah comes home and tells me which guys hit on her. “So I was at the gas station today and this one kid comes up and was all like, ‘Hey,...

The Ultrasound and the Meaning of Love

The other day, I was walking to a meeting and passed by an old lady, maybe in her late 60s. She stared at me and looked shocked, as if she had seen a ghost,...

We’re Pregnant!

Jameelah and I are pregnant! Ok, technically Jameelah is pregnant. But, you know … I kind of helped a little. The few people we’ve told ask, “How do you feel?” Well, excited, happy, and...

Gender Inequity and Chubby Children in Vietnam

The vacation has been going great, and I’m trying not to stress out at all the inefficiencies that come with vacationing: People taking forever to get ready, the family unable to decide what to...