We’re ecstatic about today’s guest post from best friend of The Wise Guise, Josh Smith, who previously wrote this joy of a blog post. If we had it our way, Josh would write a new post every day, but he’s a legitimate family man, so alas, no can do. However, we couldn’t be happier to have his book review and movie preview of Cloud Atlas today. Mainly because we wanted to have a clue what was going on in the … →
Editor’s Note: This post is written by friend of The Wise Guise, Chill Town Charlie. Enjoy his thoughts and ramblings on the show that everyone asks, “Who watches that?” whenever the commercials come on. The answer is Chill Town Charlie. And he seems to think a lot of other people are watching in the quiet of their own homes… and just not talking about it. Enjoy! What’s not to love about the basic B’s of Big Brother - Boobs (both the … →
We used to have a column titled “Fair or Foul” that ran in our college’s newspaper a little while back. Since then, we have been contacted by Warner Russell, of The Wise Guise, to do a quick guest post on their blog. Personally, I didn’t ever think that we would be in action, but here we are. The name of the game is Fair or Foul. This is very simple stuff. We choose a topic and discuss whether it’s fair … →
This guest post comes to us courtesy of Wise Guise friend Patrick Henson from Lexington, Kentucky. Enjoy his take on this year’s MLB All-Star festivities and the constant tension between one of the game’s biggest stars and the host city!
This guest post comes compliments of Alex Beene of awardsaddict.com. Alex is an Ole Miss grad and a former section editor of The Daily Mississippian. He is an admitted cinephile and we’re thrilled that he took the time to join us for this guest post! You can follow him on Twitter at @popculturerebel.
Today’s guest post comes from native Memphian Chris Faulkner. Chris is the lead singer of the band Rainy Day Manual and is a big sports fan. Below he sets the record straight on the unbelievable sports achievements that pre-date the video game era and the phrase, “that’s video game stuff.”
The following is a guest post from a guy who merely goes by Tim. He is a writer for Cabletv.com. He loves talent shows and The Hunger Games and isn’t afraid to admit it. You can find him on Twitter @Cabletv! Hunger Games or Dance Competition? How “STYTCD” is Taking Cues from the Movie Who doesn’t love “The Hunger Games?” It’s a totally escapist dystopian story about an imaginary world that could never be sustained in our society – right? … →
The following guest post was written by a man who goes by the pseudonym Sutter Vaught. He is merely an adventurer and freelance rye enthusiast, whom we found running a knife throwing contest in a smoky Patagonian saloon. Ask any TV nerd what the best drama currently airing is, and Mad Men is a likely response. Ask the same question about comedy, and Community is sure to be named. While the booze-soaked existential crises of 1960s ad execs and the … →
This is the most authentic season of The Bachelorette in history, guys! The first date was baking cookies in Emily’s “real” house, and taking the suitor to Ricky’s “real” soccer practice. (Kid doesn’t look like much of an athlete to me). She didn’t wear a custom made prom dress until about an hour and fifteen minutes in, and they didn’t even get on a plane until later in the show. And they got in a private plane to go to … →