This week’s listmaker: Ken Honeywell. Ken is creative director at Well Done Marketing and editor of Punchnel’s. He’s been a vegetarian for almost eleven years. It’s his beautiful wife’s fault. Long story short: over a year ago, My Beautiful Wife and I decided we wanted to have a big celebration of great vegetarian food–a big veg…
“I saw the best Colts team of my generation destroyed by madness. Or if not madness, then hubris. Hubris, and piss-poor judgment.” The thrill is gone for Matt Gonzales.
“It was a cool October morning when I walked through the front gate of Bush Stadium with my cleats slung over my shoulder and my glove tucked under my arm.” Jay Lesandrini straps on a Mythic Indy story.
“Here’s the thing, Chicks: I don’t think you don’t have much actual experience with the people you’re calling parasites. I think it would be great for you to get some first-hand experience with people who use food stamps and free health services.” Ken Honeywell takes a parting shot.
“She thinks my only connection to this chef is a shared home state. She knows nothing else. She has no idea that she was once the friend of a friended friend of Crowe.” Our latest Mythic Indy story: new fiction by Eliza Tudor.
“It’s so cool that you’ve landed a couple of new media gigs in Indianapolis. As for your philosophy of feminism: sigh. Where shall I begin?” Ken Honeywell begins, anyway.