Coulter strangely talks about prohibition and a new problem his dog has. Whatever, read it anyway.
Mr. Coulter has his little say on the band at last weekend's Sweetcorn Festival. As you may imagine, he had some issues...several issues. He also had some fun...maybe.
Coulter talks about shows and music and music shows. He uses words instead of interpretive dance, which we all should be very thankful for.
Coulter shares a funny little anecdote, makes a suggestion, and some other things, including a picture he took. Yeah, we can't wait to read it either.
Coulter comes up with a new pledge for the kids to recite. It's probably as lame as the one they use now.
Saying goodbye to a friend and then going to Danville. It's been a busy week. Plus, something about Lady Gaga. Yeah, I know, read it anyway.
Coulter has a bee in his car ... and also in his bonnet, as he announces his latest business venture. Not to give anything away, but it's meth ... or is it?
Coulter talks about a wonderful tool that will one day kill him, and also about TV and how he will one day be able to watch it again. Oh, and also something about Gold Bond.
Coulter tells us about a little bachelor party trip to Southern Illinois. Everyone came back alive. Surprising and disappointing.
Coulter and the wife celebrate five years of wonderful marriage. They even take a little trip.
Coulter talks about how he stopped reading and then started again. It's weird, since most people probably assume he couldn't read to begin with.
Why are people so scared of bats anyway? Oh yeah, because it's basically a fucking rat with wings.
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