Not available in any store is the year’s most exciting costume: the Ted Wilson! Take this mask, pair it with a sweater, dress shirt, and khakis, and you’ll be the world’s premiere reviewer of the world. (Not really. You’ll still be you.
As you have most likely heard by now, I did not win my bid for the 2012 Presidency. While most Americans had their eyes set on Barack Obama or Mitt Romney, a few had gathered before my porch to hear my concession speech.
As many of you know, our own Reviewer of the World, Ted Wilson, is also a 2012 Presidential candidate. While most American voters have not heard of him, they have probably heard of someone with the same name, and according to Ted, that is “just as good.”
Louis C.K. is a comedian with balding, red hair. He has a television show that I’ve seen a few times and I enjoyed. I don’t know what his initials stand for or why his show is called Louie and not Louis.
As the owner and chef of Manhattan’s wd~50, Wylie Dufresne is considered a pioneer in the art of molecular gastronomy, the combining of cooking with chemistry. The results are exciting, disorienting, and delicious.
When most people hear the name “Mike Doughty” they think of the famous musician who they’re waiting in line to see. At least, this is according to a recent survey of Mike Doughty fans standing in line to see him.