The Super Bowl.sucks: Why We Hate America’s Biggest Advertising Event of the Year

We have no beef with sports, promise. But the Super Bowl itself is as equivalent to sports as chalk is to cheese. Let’s be honest—the Super Bowl has become nothing more than brands paying premium cash to have their commercials aired to a captive audience. With over 100 million people tuning in, it’s high time … 

 

6 Irritating Food Trends and Controversial Diets

Fad diets come and go. It seems like every few years a new one pops up to replace the last craze. The food itself might differ, but all these diets have two main things in common: they promise to help you lose weight in a short period of time and they drive a lot of … 

 

Beyond Trump.sucks: How a Culture of Understanding Will Set the Stage for 2020

Many of us are still reeling from the 2016 U.S. presidential election results, but that doesn’t mean we need to resort to knee-jerk reactions. Now, more than ever, is the time to let go of our frustrations and consider improvements for the next round. So, how do we shape a fair and proper 2020 election—one … 

 

The Glass Ceiling Sucks: 7 Women Killing It in Big Deal Jobs

With only 4% of women in Fortune 500 boardrooms, it’s clear that we’re still trapped under the glass ceiling. Then there’s the problem of the gender pay gap—women earn roughly 20% less than their male counterparts at work. And don’t forget about the never-ending tales of sexual harassment, with Trump making headlines in 2016. All … 

 

We give Samsung our “Bad Corporate Behavior” Award for October

When the first Samsung Galaxy Note 7 battery exploded, it signaled more than a product failure, it set the stage for a series of mis-steps that has earned the company the inaugural award for bad corporate behavior given monthly by Vox Populi Registry, the company bringing dotSucks domain names to the internet. In our view, …