“In the wake of Indiana Gov. Mike Pence’s decision to create a state-run news agency (a publication dubbed “Pravda on the Plains” by The Atlantic), we at Punchnel’s have considered our options and decided to apply for statehood.”
“You can be all glib about defending a men-only barber shops, because it’s so cute and ridiculous. But where shall we draw the line?” Ken Honeywell is reading the newspaper again. Big mistake.
“What with President Obama’s new immigration plan making headlines, it’s been a big week for racism in America, and we’re certainly doing our bit here in Indiana.” Ken Honeywell details who’s scared of whom.
“The TV screen replayed the scene again and again. Slowly, it began to sink in. This was bad for my Pacers. This was very, very bad.” Matt Gonzales relives his favorite team’s darkest day.
Ken Honeywell says he gets too much credit for Tonic Ball, the annual rock show/benefit for Second Helpings. It’s time to set the record straight.
Hockey returns to Indianapolis tonight. And David Anderson will be there “to welcome back the Komets with open arms… and extended middle fingers.”