Interest Rates at First Bank of Mars Astronomical
Oct23

Interest Rates at First Bank of Mars Astronomical

MARS – For the third straight month, interest rates at the First Bank of Mars have seen a full percentage point of growth. Lack of confidence in the faltering water market is speculated to be a major factor. “We really put a lot of faith in the discovery of more water,” bank official James Dale remarked. “The outlook was very promising, but in reality there just wasn’t anything there. I don’t want to point fingers, but where do...

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A Look at ‘Back to the Future: Untold Tales and Alternate Timelines’ #1
Oct23

A Look at ‘Back to the Future: Untold Tales and Alternate Timelines’ #1

Well, Future fans, October 21, 2015 has come and gone, but the cultural zeitgeist for all things Back to the Future is still thriving, and with any luck it’ll continue for some time to come. I recently wrote about the phenomenal game and visual history book, but something fans will be able to look forward to is the beginning of a new Back to the Future comic co-written by original writer Bob Gale, featuring stories fitting...

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Unlikely Future Pop Culture Events the McConaissance Sets in Motion By 2020
Oct23

Unlikely Future Pop Culture Events the McConaissance Sets in Motion By 2020

Last year, Matthew McConaughey mounted a career resurgence no one saw coming. They called it the McConnaissance. Little did he know it would set off a chain reaction of more cultural renaissances, each more incredible than the last. The RENTaissance – Everyone’s favorite ’90s musical picks up 20 years later with the suburban sequel no one predicted. The Finaissance – Shark Week repents its sensational ways and gets...

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What Will the NFL Look Like in 10 Years?
Oct22

What Will the NFL Look Like in 10 Years?

From new research exposing the severity of concussions in the game to a constantly revolving door of rule changes, the NFL as we know it might look very different down the road. With that in mind, here are some predictions of what professional football might look like ten years from now: Seeing as how increased fines failed to curb the plague of touchdown celebrations, the punishment will now be Roger Goodell’s choice among an...

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Space Accountants Stymied on New Zorgon-3 Transporter Fee Write-Offs
Oct22

Space Accountants Stymied on New Zorgon-3 Transporter Fee Write-Offs

ZORGON-3 – Soaring far above the endless blue skies of Zorgon-3, locked in an endless and graceful orbital dance, flies Star Base Rythor X, the largest and most complex orbital office park ever dared to be dreamt by man*. But all is not well in the Star Base. Accountants across the galaxy have been struggling with new space tax write-off requirements, but perhaps none so much as those circling the pristine world of Zorgon-3,...

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