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Monday, August 30, 2010

Josh Vaughn's Birthday Party this Sunday at F.O. Mahoney's (EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW)


This Sunday is a very important day. It marks the birthday of "Reviews You Can Iews" restaurant critic and Wrigleyville hero, Josh Vaughn. I had a chance to chat with Josh about his plans for the future and what to expect from his upcoming birthday party this Sunday at F.O. Mahoney's. 3701 N. Broadway in Chicago.
Andy

Yo Josh!

Josh

WHADUUUUUPP BRO!

Andy

How's your summer been going?

Josh

HIGH FIVE HIGH FIVE HIGH FVIE1

HIGH FIVE !

Fuckin great, bruh! Other than the Cubs, bro.

Andy

What happened to the Cubs?

Josh

Bro, seriously. Bro...Bro

Andy

What?

Josh

In the shitter, man. Tanked mid season.

Lou's gone. D Lee's gone.

Whatever bro. So whassup Andy?

Andy

Just enjoying the summer, myself. I hear your birthday is coming up soon?

Josh

FUCK YEEAAAAHHHH! GONNA BE OFF THE HOOK, SON!

Andy

How old are you going to be?

Josh

Having shots at F.O. Mahoneys, this Sunday night, the 5th.

Turning 32, bruh. one more year til my Jesus birthday.

Andy

Are you doing anything special?

Josh

Got my buddy Mike Collins, who's the owner, cuz bro, I've got peeps, bro, to hook us up.

Andy

Are you gonna be drinking shots?

Josh

Yeah, man. Got my boys Travis, Trent, and Tyler hanging out

Andy

Any chicks?

Josh

Fuck yeah, bruh! Jaeger bombs, O-bombs, whatever. J-mo. Bring it

bro.

bro.

bro.

Seriously?

Who the fuck you think you're talking to?

Andy

Ummm... Josh Vaughn?

Josh

This is Josh Vaughn, school career assists leader in lacrosse at Southwest Missouri State.

Thats right!!!

Will there be chicks!?

Andy

My b, Josh.

So, when everybody gets there, are you going to make them sing a song or something?

Josh

only Trista, Terra, Taylor, Tiffany, Tressa, and whoever else can't resist the Vaugh-a-thon!

Oh yeah, the shots song that Little John raps

Andy

Fuck yeah, bro.

Josh

Vaughn-a-thon

Oh, bro, I got a whole mix from my I pod set to go

Andy

Josh, what do you want to change about your life during this next year?

Josh

Got Dre, Tupac, NWA

Change? Hmm, thats a good question.

Andy

I know.

Josh

Probably sewttle down, find a nice girl to start a family with in the burbs.

Psych!!!

Gotcha Andy!

I aint changing nothing, bro!

Living Life a quarter mile at a time, bruh!

Andy

That's the way that life was meant to be lived for you, my Bro.

You are one in a million.

Josh

Bruh, I am the center of the Wrigleyville universe.

If I go, it would be like the sun disappearing or something.

Andy

A Prince of Wrigleyville. Josh, tell me a story about your birthday last year, and maybe it will entice people to come this year.

Josh

Well, around 4 in the morning, I was mackin on this chick at Nick's Uptown, and her boyfriend shows up. Some hipster dude, with glasses and a mustache. You know, the kind of dude without a job. Fuckin loser.

Andy

and?

Josh

so he's all, excuse me, but you're in my seat, and I'm all like, no dude, I'm just awesome. And he's all like, Death Cab, or this and that, so Me and Travis drag his ass out, cuz I know the bouncer, he's cool with me, and we throw him out.

Cuz, bro...it's my birthday.

Andy

Woah dude. This seems like an awesome party!

Josh

so Travis and I do some more shots

and the girl...leaves!

I was all, we did you a favor!

So we go back out, the dude is still there. Waiting for her. So we both punch him in the face.

Andy

Josh. Did this really happen?

Josh

I think so, I got the police report around here somewhere.

Andy

Ok, ok. Sorry to doubt you.

So give me a brief rundown of what is happening this Sunday.

Josh

Its ok. Lots of people can't believe the awesome

Well, I'll be there around 6, the bros may be coming a little later after volleyball.

I'm gonna get some food, cuz they got a pretty decent menu, bruh.

After I fill up, gonna order some grape bombs to start, you know, for vitamins. Then they got pitchers, bro!

Like the only Wrigley bar that does without paying $20!

Andy

Do they have chicken wings?

Josh

Fuck yeah they do!

Fuckin awesome ones!

Then, when the time's right, we're going either to Uptown Lounge or the Admiral. Get some lap dances

Hottest dancers in the city there.

Andy

Yeah?

My sister works there.

Josh

Yeah, I know

Andy

Ok, well I can't wait to see you on Sunday night!

Happy birthday!

Josh

Me too, bro! Drink alot of water this week!

Andy

Any last thoughts for the public?

Josh

Yeah,

Life isn't a race. It's a Vaughn-a-thon.

Andy

Thanks Josh!

Josh

Fuck yeah, dude.

Thursday, August 26, 2010

A Movie Poster That Was Lost In Time

Albert Pyun's Masterwork
Well, this is interesting.  According to the Vicious Lips imdb page, this film is about "A band that finally gets the opportunity for that breakthrough gig if they can make it to an "in" club on another planet in time."  Sounds like a must watch.  I've already been holding this poster up with one hand for a good hour.  1987 was a very exciting time in the direct-to-video film market, and Vicious Lips is no exception.  Check out one of the songs from the film (please let me know if this recieved an Oscar nod...can't find any info!) SAVE ME.

I can't stop watching it.  I do think it's pretty great that 1987 haircuts will come back in the future on other crazy planets.  And what is with the coked out MC of the space club?  He's amazing and I'll bet he has lovely eyes under those neo-hipster sunglasses.

Vicious Lips poster: A

-Eric Roach, Anderson Lawfer

Monday, August 23, 2010

The Magic Parlour with Dennis Watkins (Magic Show)


Being a grown up is hard. We have to work for money, get cancer, have children and take the bus to places we don't want to go to to, stand in lines for things we don't want including but not limited to passports, tampons and pawn shops. Everyday is a fucking struggle and it never gets easier until you are so old that you physically cannot wait in these lines anymore and then you die.

You also need to realize as an adult that all your struggles will never be avenged and there's a good chance that you will never find anyone to truly love you to at least share the misery of your life with.

WELL ALL THAT IS ABOUT TO CHANGE!!

My brain was filled with a pensive lachrymose when I arrived at the Chopin Theater on Friday. Just regular struggles of the day kind of stuff, and to top it all off, we had to go sit through a magic show. I wasn't in the mood for this. I would much rather sit across the street in that little triangle island on the corners of Division and Ashland and watch some crazy bumfights, but I had arrived too late. It was time for this stupid jerk magic show.

To be an adult is to not trust. To always look around your back for the next person who is trying to fuck you and steal your bike or girlfriend. You can't give in and relax because it could be your fatal final mistake.

A MAGIC SHOW!!? ARE YOU KIDDING ME?! I'm here to watch a magician. Magician has become a bad word as an adult, because it means some goofball that opens at comedy clubs and probably touches kids.

Just as I was thinking about how much I hated magicians, Nathan Allen ran onstage. I know we make fun of this guy sometimes, but he really is a fat ugly jerk. But besides those things, Nate has a way to make you excited and happy about something you don't understand or particularly care about. Nate came out and started talking about a magician, but when Nate said "magician" it was exciting. The word felt new!

"This dude is a MAGICIAN!!!" He exclaimed!

And that's all it took for me to get on board. It's like going to a Crosby Stills and Nash concert with your parents and just being all drunk and mad you were ever born and then they play "Southern Cross" and all your troubles melt into the weird picnic basket your mother packed, because she sure as hell wasn't paying for tickets to see CSN without Neil Young, so you are sitting in the Winn-Dixie parking lot on the other side of the fence with some 4 hour old macaroni salad and a couple bottles of Mad Dog.

Dennis Watkins comes on stage. He is a regular looking dude. Handsome. He has one of those Garth Brooks microphones and a bright tie. The thing you quickly learn about him and magic is, the tricks haven't changed too much. Magic technology hasn't been a pressing issue I guess. They are all the same things you saw years ago (ring tricks, card tricks, explosions), but Watkins is much more charming and dynamic than the other guy you saw so not only is it cool, but you WANT to believe it. What is more engaging than the trick is his interaction with volunteers and the audience as a whole. He can work a room and the magic is flawless, I guess. I didn't know how it works and still don't, so to me, that makes it flawless.

But the best thing I can say about the show was, I felt like a kid again. I allowed myself to be excited and amazed by things I didn't understand instead of prejudiced and judging. I think we should all have a chance to feel like that every once in a while, and to share those moments with the people we love, and Watkins and the House Theater are giving us all that chance with this show.

Dennis Watkins is the "Southern Cross" of magic. He does all the old stuff but with new solos.

Go see it, yall.

The Magic Parlour at the House Theatre A+

-Anderson Lawfer, Eric Roach

Friday, August 20, 2010

TOP 5 SHITTY COMIC BOOK DEVICES!!! (comic meditation by Anthony Tournis)


Ugh. I hate talking about things that piss me off, especially when it is associated with something that I like. Not all comics are good, some are plain shitty (Archie). Now a good comic can take a bad turn with a ridiculous plot twist, but some will always suck (Archie). Now I have read some lame shit, however, there are five devices in the comic book world that drive me up a fucking wall. These lame ass devices are completely stupid and will force me to choke someone (this also happens when I read Archie…man that comic sucks). Enough with the Archie bashing, (I could seriously go on forever) here are the Top 5 Shitty Comic book Devices:

5. Introducing characters by slipping their full name into dialogue!

When have you ever used your friends full name upon greeting them? Have you ever done that? No. You haven’t because you aren’t dumb. I understand you need to introduce characters, but you sound like an idiot when two characters who have known each other for years call each other by their full names. Sloppy writing. Give us some credit. I’m sure the reader can figure out it’s Jean Grey. I’m not saying the character cannot introduce themselves. I’m saying that it’s ridiculous when (for example) The X-Men are sitting around the kitchen (just fucking go with it). Jean walks into the room and Professor X says, “Nice of you to join us, Jean Grey.” Dumb, dumb, dumb, dumb, dumb. We don’t need to know anyone’s last name. Work it in later (kind of like my first date).

4. Shadows!!!!!

I’m no artist, but when it’s dark outside…THROW SOME FUCKING SHADOWS ON PEOPLE!!!! How tough is it to shadow someone’s face a little? The ground? Under objects? Better yet, why don’t you just leave everything black and white and let me color it in for you. I know I could do a better job. I’m not talking about shading…shadows!!!! Example:
What’s wrong? NOTHING CASTS A SHADOW!!!! Are they ghosts? What the hell? I know you know what shadow is because you have them fighting in silhouette! Objects cast shadows. It’s a rule.
 
3. Manga Art!

Knock it the fuck off. You suck.

2. Abracadabra! Magic is lame!!!

Yes, I said it. Magic is lame as hell, and it’s an easy cop out. “Oh no! The dragon is attacking!”, “Well I’ll just use my Anti-Dragon spell and *poof* it’s gone!” Magic is lame for that reason alone. Anything can happen with magic because it has no basis in reality (yes comics aren’t real…there’s a difference). With magic anything is possible, which means there is no danger. Where is the suspense if there is a quick spell that could fix anything? “Well sometimes it doesn’t work!” someone might say. To that I retort, “Fuck off! How many times can you use the excuse of ‘My magic is busted’ and still think I care?” I will admit I do like Doctor Strange, BUT in really small doses. I guess in small doses magical characters could work, but if you base a whole comic on magic characters I will hunt you down and shove the Eye of Agamotto up your pee hole.

1. Space…the lame frontier!

How come comic books of the eighties spent so much goddamn time in space? It’s ridiculous. I swear there was a time in comics when anything new was either found in space or given by an alien species. Danger Room, Hover chair, and dumb ass Brainiac are a few examples of stupid space shit. Invent your own shit! On Earth! Just like magic, anything is possible in space. Plus, I don’t care about the alien races that you find. I just know that you are either going to kill them off to tug at my heartstrings, or they are going to give you some new technology that will give you an easy out when you get in a jam. That is the reason why I stopped reading the Fantastic Four. Too much space shit is lame, and I don’t care! Example: Spiderman’s black costume. In the Secret War Spiderman walks into the room with a black costume on and everyone asks “Where did you get that?” Spiderman replies, “Oh there is a machine that made it for me.” LAME!!! Lame and too easy. That conversation could have been about a can of Mountain Dew. “Hey, Mountain Dew? Where did you get that?”, “Oh, there’s a machine down the hall.” Too damn easy!

Thursday, August 19, 2010

Exclusive Interview with TOM HICKEY (interview)


This past year I have really been focusing on auditioning at different theater companies to get my name out there and really shine. Two of the great roles I auditioned for were STOLEN from under me by a catfish named Tom Hickey. Two roles I really wanted. I recently sat down with him to ask him how his "career" is going.


Andy
Good morning, Tom.


Tom
Morning, Anderson.


Andy
How are you today? I know you have been so busy lately!


Tom
Yes, I'm referring to this summer as the "Busy Summer" in all of my internal memos. Things have been very busy.


Andy
That's pretty cute. I'm busy too, you know.


Tom
What are you up to?


Andy
Well, just an example: I watched a movie last night.


Tom
I see. While you were watching this movie did someone take your gallbladder out?


Andy
Nope. Do you think I'm an idiot? You need your gall bladder.


Tom
Ha ha! That's a common misconception! Frankly, Andy: unless you're getting your gallbladder removed you are not down with what's on the streets. With the kids.


Andy
Hmmm. I'm not sure I believe you. Did you have yours out or something?


Tom
Yes. And that was a surprise. The "Busy Summer" really kicked into high gear when I had to go in to the hospital and have my gallbladder out.


Andy
I thought getting it out was like a weird sex thing.


Tom
"getting it out" is a weird sex thing but not getting it out - it has to do with the punctuation.


Andy
I see. So what projects are you working on right now, Tom?


Tom
Well, I'm in the last couple weeks of understudying at Steppenwolf for "A Parallelogram" and I'm also rehearsing "Thieves Like Us" for the House.


Andy
Steppenwolf, eh? What's it like working at Steppenwolf? I mean, as an understudy because you are probably too stupid to ever go onstage.


Tom
Steppenwolf is very cool. Most people there don't do anything but make theatre. It's their job. So they don't act weird and tense like those of us who, like, have non-theatre jobs. They are very nice and it's a cool play.
You also get to occasionally see some borderline famous people which can be interesting.


Andy
Have you met anyone famous like Lieutenant Dan?
Or Being John Malkovich?


Tom
Oh man, I only wish I could run into Sinise, Malkovich or my man Gary Cole. The Trinity, we call them. But Tom Irwin, who I'm understudying has done a lot of television. Someone I know saw the show and they told me "I didn't know you were understudying Claire Danes's dad from 'My So Called Life!'"
Which made me feel obscure AND old.


Andy
I don't know who Tom Irwin is, but you are old. I've met some famous people before too.


Tom
Didn't you once help Winston Churchill move a couch?

Andy
Oh you are so fucking hilarious.
How is the House Theater?


Tom
This is the second time I've worked with them. They're cool. This show has a lot of signature House-type stuff in it that I usually don't do. Like "pretend that you're in a car but there's really no car" and "pretend that this part of the stage is a bank and now IT'S NOT A BANK." There's a lot of stuff in "Thieves" that would be tough to do well for anyone other than the House.


Andy
Is there ribbon dancing? The show is probably going to be terrible. Have you met Nathan Allen, at least?


Tom
Nate Allen is a good man. I once accidentally dropped him on the floor and made Matt Hawkins mad at me.


Andy
Oh man. That sounds classic! So Tom. When you look back on your career as an actor, after you have died from not having a gall bladder, what do you want people to really remember about you?


Tom
That's probably a good question to ask myself considering my vision is growing dim and I feel death's bony fingers caressing my heart. Hmmm...


Andy
What about how you think you are better than everyone else?


Tom
Oh, that's old news.
I'm not sure I have an answer to your question but I DO think that my gravestone will say "He had lousy credit."


Andy
Thanks for sitting down with me, Tom. Have a great and fruitful career!


Tom
Thanks, Anderson!

Andy
Go to hell, Tom.

Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Getting Locked Out In Your Underpants

What Eric Roach might look like in his underpants (artist's rendition)

So, I got locked out of my house in my boxers yesterday.  I was home from work, doing my daily chores, and it was just a beautiful day in Chicago.  One of those days that reminds you why you live in this town.  I had all the windows open, and I was taking the trash down to the dumpster.  Boxers, zombie t-shirt, flip flops.  That's it.  Well, the wind caught the door and slammed it shut when I went out to the porch.  LOCKED!  I started to panic a touch.  Ok, the bathroom window...maybe I could jimmy that open.  No luck.  I looked down and found a bobby pin.  Now, if you don't know, I'm an avid player of Fallout 3, and in that game you pick locks with bobby pins.  I had gotten really good at it during the course of the game.  Well, it turns out that picking a lock with a bobby pin is harder in real life than it is in a video game.  Have I mentioned that I am 35 years old?

So, there I was, sweating in my underpants, wondering how my life could have gotten me here.  I realized that my only way out was to call my fantastic wife at work and see if she could help her poor, stupid, and mostly naked husband.  I knew that there was a kid in the apartment above, he runs around the place like Rex Grossman wondering what empty spot on the field to toss the ball into.  I made my way up a flight and knocked on the door.  This young and impossibly handsome and well built black man opened the door.  We made love.

Nah, but he did let me use his HTC to call my wife.  His name's Carey and he's got a cute little black boy named Julian.  All three of us were in our underpants on his back stoop waiting for my wife to call me back.  I find out that not only is he a father and a veteran of two overseas tours of duty in South America and Iraq, he is also going to Northwestern for a law degree.  I failed to tell him that I spent 5 years in school blowing bong hits and squeaking my way to a BA in Pretending.  I didn't want to make him feel bad since he was helping me out.

Finally my wife called and told me she had gotten a hold of our good friend Tim, who has a set of our keys because we all belong to the same swinger group.  Took him 5 minutes to walk up to my place and let me in.  All in all, my adventure in being partially clothed outside lasted around half an hour.

Thanks to black soldier Carey, my lovely wife, and Tim and his dog Crystal for doing their best.

No thanks to Fallout 3.  Way to teach me NOTHING, video games.

Getting Locked Out In Your Underpants: C-

-Eric Roach, Anderson Lawfer

Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Friday, August 6, 2010

STOP SCREWING UP THE PUNISHER or YOU PEOPLE COULD FUCK UP A PEANUT BUTTER AND JELLY SANDWICH! (comic meditation by Anthony Tournis)


Listen, I’m going to be blunt. Stop fucking up the Punisher. I’m a Punisher fan. I think he is a great comic book character. He’s dark, brutal, out of control, and he knows it. He is the absolute end of the spectrum in the vigilante world. If you think about it the Punisher is Batman done somewhat realistically (I say somewhat because this is a comic book and is in no sense real (I feel stupid for having to say that but I know there is someone out there that will call me on it)). The Punisher does the same thing that Batman does, but doesn’t have the gadgets that come from being a stuck up rich kid (Batman is a stuck up rich kid (let’s see him fight crime on the cheap!)). The Punisher just kills people. Much more realistic and simple. Then again, it’s a simple concept. Frank Castle, an ex-special forces family man, is picnicking with his family when his wife and kids are killed by gangsters because they stumbled across a gangland killing. This event sets him off and sparks a one man war against crime in New York. Is that simple enough for you? It’s not rocket science. It’s really easy and formulaic. It’s almost too simple: guy kills criminals and eludes the police. THEN HOW COME HOLLYWOOD KEEPS FUCKING IT UP? Let’s take a look at the history of Punisher movies. In 1989 “Punisher” is released starring Dolph Lundgren. It completely blows. It’s gritty and violent, but the script is horrible, the bad guys are completely forgettable, they deviated from the back story, and they got rid of the skull that the Punisher usually wears on his chest. It’s Horrible. Then in 2004 “The Punisher” was released. It was alright. Thomas Jane was pretty good and it has an awesome fight scene between the Punisher and a big Russian (it’s Kevin Nash wrestling fans) but the script was weak again, they completely reinvented his back story (not for the better),and it was really tame for the Punisher. Finally, there was “Punisher: War Zone” in 2008. Absolutely blows. The Punisher looked great and the violence was at the right level (it’s almost comical in parts) BUT once again the script blows, the characters are lame, and they turned a great villain into a mindless thug. Three strikes. You’re out. The main problem with all of these movies is shitty writing. What I don’t understand is that there are amazing writers that actually write Punisher comics…has it ever occurred to you to ask them to write a movie? Garth Ennis wrote one of the greatest Punisher stories of all time…book him! Jason Aaron is writing amazing stuff as we speak…what’s wrong with him? One of the major problems with comic book movies is that Hollywood assholes have their own writers and don’t consider the guys who actually, y’know, write the stuff for a living. If Spiderman 3 was written by Brian Michael Bendis then it wouldn’t have been a huge chunk of shit (I mean seriously, that movie was awful). However, the comic book writer’s hands aren’t necessarily clean in the case of Punisher either. ARCHIE MEETS THE PUNISHER!!!! Are you fucking kidding me? No. I’m not. This is absolutely serious. This was a one shot cross over where the Punisher is sent to Riverdale to catch a notorious drug dealer named “Red”. Now who (in this airtight story) do you think gets mistaken for “Red”? That’s right. ARCHIE!!! There isn’t a string of profanity long enough for me to exclaim how stupid this idea was! Oh, and that wasn’t an isolated incident. A couple months ago a story line emerged where the Punisher is sliced to bits and murdered by Wolverine’s son (Daken), BUT is later put back together like Frankenstein by monsters living underground to help fight off a group of people trying to kill the monsters…living underground. WHAT THE FUCKING FUCK?!?!?!?!?!? They turned the Punisher into Frankenstein, or as the book is so eloquently called: FRANKENCASTLE! Now I can understand that every once in a while you have a bad story line, I get that, but FrankenCastle was made into a series…A WHOLE FUCKING SERIES!!!!! The Punisher is like a Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich. Simple, yet there are some key steps, but all in all relatively easy to make. SO WHY DO THEY KEEP FUCKING HIM UP? This post is pissing me off so I am just going to end it by saying that I am throwing down the gauntlet. I defy Hollywood to create a GREAT Punisher movie. Characters that I care about, lines that don’t sound like they are from a 50’s gangster film, a dark and seedy world without it being cheesy, and for god sake leave the violence in! I await your reply.

Yogi Bear 3D Poster (poster review)


Great things come in bears, indeed.  This is the most perfect marketing image ever created.  Children, whom this movie must be aimed at, will have no idea of the unbelievable triple entendre that it employs.  Jaded teens and hipster doofuses and Gen-X irony loving parents will see it and not be able to reconcile that a group of West Hollywood PR men actually greenlit an image so notably disturbing.  If you don't think this was done on purpose, I have some really great bridges to sell you in the vicinity of New York State.

Poster for Yogi Bear 3D: A (fucking) +

-Eric Roach, Anderson Lawfer

Monday, August 2, 2010

Wassup! Magazine (Magazine)


I am a curious guy. I need to know a lot of things all the time, and I feel like most of us in the information age are the same. If I'm looking for tickets to a play or ballgame, I can hop on the internet and find the information I'm looking for. If I need to know what the word 'miasma' means, I can find that out too.
But our culture of instant information has left us with a few holes in the Chicago area. Not everything makes it to the web as quickly as we need it to. This is why we need a free monthly publication of bar advertisements and articles about bars. For those of us who thrive in the bar and pub scene, staying on top of the newest and coolest places is essential.
For example, how many times have you been with some friends on a Friday night and wondered, "Where can I go to find some fat girls in Blackhawks jerseys?"
Do you think you can find that out on the internet? No. You can not.

While I write this in August, I am sitting down with a fresh July issue of Wassup! Magazine and I can tell you where to go for fat girls in Blackhawks jerseys in June. Wanna know where it is? It is Trinity Pub at 5943 N. Northwest Highway. It is also at Fiesta Cantina at 3407 N. Clark St. It is also at Moretti's at 6727 N. Olmstead.
I am starting to see a trend here. In fact, every bar in this magazine has a picture of 5 or 6 fat people looking at the camera, smiling with big red cheeks and red shirts with Chief Blackhawk on it.
Did you know that the Blackhawks won the hockey World Series? Is that on the internet?
Nope, but it's in Wassup! Magazine.



Now I know I'm not the only guy in town who is looking for a "Blow Pop" shot on a Monday night at 1am because the bartender of the month makes them. His name is Joe Zelenka and for his softball team he always makes "Mexican Standoffs" for the players.
Do you think you can learn that on the internet?

I'm sure that Wassup! Magazine has a website, but why would you go to it? You can get all this information from this magazine that you can pick up sometimes in Lincoln Park some places, and also maybe in Wrigleyville.
It's convenient, it's full of valuable information and jokes.
I don't wanna ruin these classic jokes for you, so I will just give you two punch lines from jokes inside Wassup! Magazine.

#1. A nurse replied, "No, it is just that there is a fire across the street, and we didn't want you waking up and thinking the operation was unsuccessful"

#2. "The bad news is I only gave you enough blood to operate one of these organs at a time."

This magazine has it all, and it is free! Is the internet free, jerks?

Do you know where to see "Sinzation Male Revue" now in it's sixth hot year?
Nope.

So dudes, please don't knock Wassup! Magazine till you've really given it a sweet look.
There is a crossword puzzle and a cartoon of old people talking about Twitter and also some limosine company advertisements.

Now go party with some friends and maybe YOU can wind up in this amazing piece of media!

Wassup Magazine - A+
Internet- F-


-Anderson Lawfer, Eric Roach