Best Invention Since Sliced Bread: National Champion

Well, here we are. After 4 grueling weeks of matchups, we finally answered the most important question ever asked - what is the best invention since sliced bread, according to 8 white males in their mid to late 20s who lack any level of scientific knowledge, nuanced understanding of the underlying factors that impact society, … Continue reading Best Invention Since Sliced Bread: National Champion

Best Inventions Since Sliced Bread: Final Four Update

Folks, we did it. We made it to the Final Four of Best Inventions Since Sliced Bread. After 2 weeks of madness, just 4 teams remain what is certainly the whitest, malest bracket in the entire world:  Concepts Region: The InternetTechnology Region: ComputersEveryday Items: SunscreenCool Stuff Region: Video Games We'll get into what happened in the … Continue reading Best Inventions Since Sliced Bread: Final Four Update

Bracketology: Best Inventions Since Sliced Bread Breakdown

Well folks, Day 10 of Quarantine has hit and here at the WRD headquarters, we have officially lost our minds. Enjoy this video of Lo Junardi, Fleece Davis and Nicky Vitale doing a bit of Bracketology and breaking down the Sweet 16 matchups for the 3rd Annual Work Retire Die March Madness Bracket - The … Continue reading Bracketology: Best Inventions Since Sliced Bread Breakdown

The Best Inventions Since Sliced Bread: Sweet 16 Update

What. Just. Happened???? After a wild week of upsets, arguments, and hurt feelings, we've reached the Sweet 16 of Best Inventions Since Sliced Bread. If you missed the full tournament kick-off, go check it out here. If not, let's get into it. where We Stand How'd we Get There everyday items region First Round Madness: … Continue reading The Best Inventions Since Sliced Bread: Sweet 16 Update

The Best Inventions Since Sliced Bread Bracket

With the recent Coronavirus panic and news that sports are being cancelled left and right, we knew that our loyal WRDies would need something to distract them from the world probably ending. To coincide perfectly with bracket season and quarantine season, we are please to announce our third annual WRD Bracket - The Best Inventions … Continue reading The Best Inventions Since Sliced Bread Bracket

Going to Work with a Black Eye

*Editors Note- this also applies to face scrapes* It should surprise none of you that I am generally regarded as one of the biggest bad boys in Corporate America history. I don't do expense reports on time, I never attend team-building exercises and I have shown up at the office with a glaring facial wound … Continue reading Going to Work with a Black Eye

What You Learn During Dry January

On Wednesday, Prohibition turned 100 years old. In anticipation of the event that jumpstarted the Kennedy empire and career of my role model Al Capone, I have been practicing a Dry January. I am bravely starting this on January 7th and am allowing myself 2 cheat days as a treat. Many are saying this is more of a ‘drink … Continue reading What You Learn During Dry January

INVESTIGATIVE REPORT: Is “Living With Yourself” Paul Rudd’s confession that he is a real life clone?

*Editor's Note: Guest writer Old Man is back with a stunning exposé and seeks to answer the timeless question - is there actually only one actor in all of Hollywood? Are they all...the same person? * In case you’re a Disney+ loyalist, there’s a new hit show on Netflix called Living With Yourself. Living With … Continue reading INVESTIGATIVE REPORT: Is “Living With Yourself” Paul Rudd’s confession that he is a real life clone?

Power Ranking the Best Ages for Halloween

This has been one of the longest Halloween seasons in recorded human history. Halloween falls on a Thursday this year, which means there are FIVE occasions to dress up and go out: Friday and Saturday the weekend before, Halloween itself (Thursday) and then Friday and Saturday this weekend. Are there even five costumes in the … Continue reading Power Ranking the Best Ages for Halloween

How to Protect Your Online Data: Tips from a Hot Guy

Some of you are extremely dumb people, which is ultimately fine. Not everyone is lucky enough to have my massive brain, superior breeding and the good fortune to grow up in New Jersey. But the sad part is that many of you, even the smart ones, have no idea how to protect your online data … Continue reading How to Protect Your Online Data: Tips from a Hot Guy