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Real Name: Chris Bucholz
Member Since: September 9th, 2005
Chris Bucholz is a Cracked columnist and your favorite comedy writer. He first rose to prominence in 1984 when he was pulled on stage to dance during a Bruce Springsteen music video. He has since done many other things.
Sometimes, the most magical of movie moments is created by a brilliant visionary simply giving up.
What a rich source of lifestyle advice he would be, if only he'd share this with us.
Drugs are bad, and ... oh wait. It seems the rest of this article says that drugs are good.
It takes an awful lot of trickery to make a movie look good.
With the skies growing more crowded every year, and the airlines losing their sense of shame every day, flight delays have gone from being a rare event to a reliable nuisance for anyone who chooses to travel by air.
Looking back, it was probably a bad idea to use your credit card as a Facebook profile pic.
There's not a movie on Earth that wouldn't be drastically improved by the addition of zombies.
There's a good chance that when you learn about tragedies on television you will care far more about smaller tragedies where only one person died.
There's obviously a consistent disconnect between Twitter's users and the company itself.
Baby books already don't get a ton of respect, but some are even worse than you would imagine.
Social media is loaded with amazing people, hilarious jokes, and insightful commentary -- any of which can throw everyone into a murderous rage at a moment's notice.
We are seeing a collision between two immutable laws of fiction which have lived side by side within the show for years.
Join me, won't you, on a trip through the shadowy fields of self-deception.
Skynet fridges. It's a win-win: we get awesome fridges, and Skynet gets to live.
Whether it's as a genius businessman, pawn of the Russians, or Buffoon of the Apocalypse, everyone has their preferred version of Donald Trump.
In our relentless pursuit to improve everything, we, more often than not, end up screwing things up entirely.