Ebichu: Episodes 17 ...

WARNING! NOT SAFE FOR WORK Ebichu the housekeeping hamster is anime for adults. It was originally broadcast on late-night television in Japan. As good-hearted as she is, Ebichu has no impulse control. Her slacker master is abusive, but Ebichu is endlessly forgiving. (We have to make a...

Ebichu: Episodes 15 & 16

WARNING! NOT SAFE FOR WORK Ebichu the housekeeping hamster is anime for adults. It was originally broadcast on late-night television in Japan. As good-hearted as she is, Ebichu has no impulse control. Her slacker master is abusive, but Ebichu is endlessly forgiving. (We have to make a donation to the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Fictional Animals after every episode.) We’ve chosen to broadcast the version with subtitles in English and cultural information. We hope you enjoy the Japanese insanity. Our first episode in the series is here:  http://unhingedmagazine.com/2017/03/ebichu-episodes-1-2/ The next episode in the series is...

Ebichu: Episodes 13 ...

WARNING! NOT SAFE FOR WORK Ebichu the housekeeping hamster is anime for adults. It was originally broadcast on late-night television in Japan. As good-hearted as she is, Ebichu has no impulse control. Her slacker master is abusive, but Ebichu is endlessly forgiving. (We have to make a...

If Other Businesses Acted like Airlines Apr13

If Other Businesses Acted like Airlines

People are getting upset at the forceful removal of the passenger from a United Airline flight. I don’t know why, honestly. I mean, not only it’s legal for airlines to sell more seats than they have and choose what paying customers to deny access, even after they’ve been seated, but they also have the right to send the cops after them and beat and drag them out. Also, isn’t every passenger familiar with all the rules and legality issues of such incidents? If you can memorize all 150 first generation pokemon, surely you know the Title 18 code by heart. But to prove the point to show you how reasonable airlines’...

Ebichu: Episodes 11 ...

WARNING! NOT SAFE FOR WORK Ebichu the housekeeping hamster is anime for adults. It was originally broadcast on late-night television in Japan. As good-hearted as she is, Ebichu has no impulse control. Her slacker master is abusive, but Ebichu is endlessly forgiving. (We have to make a...

My Day at the Spa Apr09

My Day at the Spa

Ok, so we all have figured out by now that I am in Hot Springs for a work convention. Well tonight is the last night of seminars and elbow rubbing, so why not try for my first time ever a spa session? Now we all know (most of us) how I like to fight against the unknown and steer clear of it so it took a lot for me to try this out. Like a virgin. I sign in and they lead me to a room filled with lockers. The lady hands me a wrap and tells me to get undressed and put my clothes in the locker. I look at her …like naked undressed? (Just for the record, they didn’t even offer tequila. RUDE!) So, I proceed to undress myself and put on...

Ebichu: Episodes 9 & 10

WARNING! NOT SAFE FOR WORK Ebichu the housekeeping hamster is anime for adults. It was originally broadcast on late-night television in Japan. As good-hearted as she is, Ebichu has no impulse control. Her slacker master is abusive, but Ebichu is endlessly forgiving. (We have to make a donation to the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Fictional Animals after every episode.) We’ve chosen to broadcast the version with subtitles in English and cultural information. We hope you enjoy the Japanese insanity. Our first episode in the series is here:  http://unhingedmagazine.com/2017/03/ebichu-episodes-1-2/ The next episode in the series is...

How to Get Healthcare The Unhinged Way Apr01

How to Get Healthcare The Unhinged Way

Healthcare in the US is more expensive than ever. Seeing a doctor for 7.35 minutes will cost you at least a couple hundred dollars, and you usually go in praying that he or she doesn’t order a test. But yet again, we, at Unhinged Magazine, come to your rescue. With our “Get Healthcare the Unhinged Way” guide, we guarantee that you’ll save enough money to pay of that $50 aspirin  you got at ER. 1. Cut down on unnecessary expenses Healthcare requires money, and you don’t spend money on healthcare because you waste it in other things. The obvious solution is to stop wasting money in other things and spend it on...