Overanalyzing Lyrics from Playboi Carti’s “Whole Lotta Red”

*Editor's Note: This latest column comes from Intern Sam, our Gen Z correspondent and boots on the ground representative for all things college. He is not to be confused with our other intern, Sam the Intern. Both the Sams have joined the team to help WRD expand into the college and internship market in 2021. … Continue reading Overanalyzing Lyrics from Playboi Carti’s “Whole Lotta Red”

What I Think Each New ‘Evermore’ Song Is About Without Actually Listening to It

In case you aren't addicted to the Internet, Taylor Swift dropped a new album last night called "Evermore," in a desperate attempt to steal the spotlight from Kid Cudi's album release. While it was a slap in the face to the icon of anyone who smoked weed out of an apple in their parent's SUV … Continue reading What I Think Each New ‘Evermore’ Song Is About Without Actually Listening to It

Power Ranking Christmas Figures by How Easily I Could Beat the Shit Out of Them

The holiday season is in full swing and with it comes the full-on bombardment of Christmas movies, decorations, and general seasonal cheer that accompanies it. Like many of you, I take a good look at these well-known holiday figures and have one thought on my mind - can I defeat them in hand to hand … Continue reading Power Ranking Christmas Figures by How Easily I Could Beat the Shit Out of Them

RIP Cob- The White House Turkey Who Was Not Pardoned.

Thanksgiving is a day of celebration for many, as families come together to feast, watch a parade with giant balloons of characters that peaked in popularity in 1964, and get a little too aggressive in a game of backyard touch football. However, at the White House, it is a day of darkness, as the President … Continue reading RIP Cob- The White House Turkey Who Was Not Pardoned.

The Best Falls of All Time

Fall has officially fallen. Football is in full swing, jackets are mandatory, and soup and flannel season are well underway. Best of all, you get to say things like ‘man I love when the weather gets so crisp like this’ and can finally let your body go and bury it under a sweater.  We covered … Continue reading The Best Falls of All Time

Nickelback is Always Here for Us

There’s no way around it - this has been a very hard year. There's been a nationwide pandemic, non-stop protests, murder hornets (did this happen?) and that time we casually made memes about World War III for like a week. Personally, I've run into a stop sign in a bit gone wrong, become just barely … Continue reading Nickelback is Always Here for Us

An Open Letter from the Bursar at Princeton College to Alexander Hamilton

*Editor's Note: This is a pretty specific reference to the song, Aaron Burr, Sir from the musical Hamilton by Hollywood's Lin Manuel Miranda. If that sentence makes no sense to you, go ahead and close this blog right now. An Open Letter from the Bursar at Princeton College to Alexander Hamilton Dear Mr. Hamilton, I … Continue reading An Open Letter from the Bursar at Princeton College to Alexander Hamilton

Monopolies that Are Bigger than Big Tech

For you uneducated types, Big Tech has been investigated by the "government" this week during a series of anti-trust hearings to determine whether they are operating under unlawful monopolies. While it's true that Apple, Google, Facebook and Amazon are dominant in technology, they are far more powerful monopolies that the American public needs to keep … Continue reading Monopolies that Are Bigger than Big Tech

Financial Advice for Patrick Mahomes, the $500 Million Man

If you haven't heard, Pat Mahomes, NFL "star", recently signed a contract for a lot of money. Big deal. He's generally a pretty dumb guy, but today he decided to make a smart decision - ask me for help on how to spend his money. Transcript below - Now, normally I'd hate sharing personal emails … Continue reading Financial Advice for Patrick Mahomes, the $500 Million Man

Conversation Topics that Aren’t Coronavirus Related

One of life’s simple pleasures is small talk. I don’t mean that sarcastically. I genuinely enjoy making ultimately meaningless conversation for 3 to 7 minutes with friends, acquaintances and perfect strangers. There’s something soothing about knowing exactly where an interaction will go, the familiar ebbs and flows wrapping you tight in a warm hug from the … Continue reading Conversation Topics that Aren’t Coronavirus Related