Monthly Archives: June 2010

Fixing your ex

The following blog is Rated R. You’re welcome. Disclaimer: Guys you know that this is all done for comedic shock value. I don’t read hate mail and I am not targeting anyone specifically. You know what gets on my nerves? … Continue reading

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Fixing Craigslist part deux

No, you don’t have Déjà vu—this is a sequel to the first Fixing Craigslist. This could become a monthly thing if Dallas people keep posting these sordid ads… And of course if you guys continue to get a good laugh … Continue reading

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Fixing advice columns

Can I be blunt? Count on it. So I was at the bar (hold your shock for later) and I picked up a copy of the Dallas Observer. And suddenly it struck me like domestic abuse on a staircase: I … Continue reading

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Fixing Craigslist

It’s time for another episode of The World According to Ty. For those of you who may not know, I’m pretty much like Scott Bakula from Quantum Leap (and I swear that any day now I’ll stop referring to that … Continue reading

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Fixing the music industry

Remember when music legends use to just die in plane crashes or get shot by their managers? (Calm down. Shock value, people. If you’re on my Facebook and reading this, you know to expect it). What’s with Ke$ha? It’s like … Continue reading

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Reasons why the bar will continue to stay in business for a while…

Is it just me, or do you know you are about to be enlightened and captivated when someone starts a story off with, “What had happened was…” or, “last night at the bar,”—or my personal favorite, “Once upon a cocktail…” … Continue reading

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