20 Things No One Ever Tells You About Your 30s and 40s

I was given lots of advice growing up but most of it had to do with my safety and getting a good education. Not once did the parental units, or anyone else for that matter, warn me about the other things that come along with aging. No, I had to learn that shit on my own. Here’s what I’ve learned

Sharknado 2? Yes, Please

Every generation a movie comes out that helps define an era. My grandparents hadGone With the Wind, my parents had American Graffiti, and this generation we have the one movie to put all other movies to shame… Read More

22 Books That Should Be On Everyone’s Summer Reading List

Summer has officially arrived and so marks the beginning of a season filled with travel, lying around poolside, and day drinking. Lots of day drinking. Summer is also a time for self-reflection and relaxation. When grabbing a book and hitting the beach or sitting out in the yard are not only possible, but encouraged. But then the inevitable question arises,

Should Ninjas Wear Fidoras?

Here at LAP, we like to consider ourselves good law-abiding citizens. Unless, of course, we are actually out having fun and not abiding by the law. All that aside, we have been intently following the story of recent mansion robberies in Southwest Florida. Not tensions in the Middle East or the deterioration of Social Security, but a bunch of multi-million

7 Must-See Commercial Parodies

1. Jean-Claude Van Damme Volvo Commercial In what can only be considered the work of marketing geniuses, Volvo found a way to equate the most epic of splits with precision steering. And who better to take on the daunting task of traveling spread eagle between two moving semi-trucks than Jean-Claude Van Damme? With “a pair of legs engineered to defy the

I’d Rather Have a Cupcake

“You should try eHarmony.” “Huh?” This unsolicited piece of advice coming from the aunt who apparently thought she was “helping”. The only problem is that we were in the midst of exchanging greetings and cupcake recipes. I’ve often thought back to this very moment and wondered how long she’d been waiting to offer me such valuable and helpful information. This