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The Picky Eater’s Guide To Gluten-Free
May 28, 2014


Scott shares some of his favorite gluten-free dishes in honor of Celiac Awareness Month.

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Seven Truths And A Lie To Say Goodbye To 240 N. 9th
April 30, 2014


Fast Horse headquarters

Scott looks back at some of the most memorable moments of our North Loop home.

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The Greatest Unsolved Mysteries
April 2, 2014


As the mystery about Flight 370 deepens, here’s a question: What are the most significant stories of all time that don’t have an ending?

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Was The Herschel Walker Trade Really That Bad?
March 4, 2014


This may be the most preposterous thing ever written on the Peepshow, but Scott argues the infamous 1989 deal between the Vikings and the Cowboys wasn’t as lopsided as legend holds.

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With Ticketmaster, Security That’s Lost In Translation
February 3, 2014


Ticketmaster uses security codes to foil robot scalpers. The problem is that even humans can’t figure out these jumbles of letters. Guess it’s time to head back to Craigslist.

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Rock Bottom: The Worst Music Videos Of The ’80s
January 3, 2014


Billy Squier

Watched any music videos from your youth lately? Turns out the golden age of MTV was awful. Click through for a list of videos that are downright horrifying.

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On The Outs With Baseball
October 30, 2013


By all accounts, this year’s World Series has been great. Two big name teams. Close games. Controversy. But Scott, a longtime baseball fan, hasn’t watched a single pitch. Why is that?

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Fast Horse Fun Facts
October 3, 2013


Fast Horse headquarters

We’re celebrating Fast Horse’s 12th anniversary this week. To mark the occasion, here are 12 little-known facts about the agency.

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‘The Pitch’ Is Back… And It’s Worse Than Ever
September 10, 2013


After a decent first season, the reality show that aims to depict the cutthroat ad agency business has gone downhill. And yet, who can turn away from a train wreck?

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Leaving The Muddy Governor’s Ball With A Smile
August 9, 2013


Torrential rain and ungodly mud could have turned the crowd at the Governor’s Ball music festival in Manhattan into a angry mob. So how did organizers manage to salvage the event and leave music fans smiling?

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