Coulter talks about having a bunch of old friends in town for the Play or Pose celebration. It made him very tired and he may never drink again ... fine, but he is very tired.
Coulter finally did his little Tough Mudder adventure. The good news is that he's alive. The bad news is he still won't quit talking about it.
Coulter's little ToughMudder race is finally coming up this weekend. As you might imagine, he's thrilled.
This week, Mr. Coulter talks about spring things like birds ... and big statues. Apparently, he doesn't like either very much.
Mr. Coulter has a birthday and considers some fun new options for the garage. Neither of these appear to be constructive.
Mr. Coulter starts his week off by going to a rap show. He really enjoyed it and may possibly want to become a pirate now.
Baseball is back and Coulter couldn't be more excited ... or stupid.
Coulter talks about his gym and then shows us a mysterious picture of a man with a duck. Why does he have a duck? Coulter's not sure either.
Coulter takes a look back on meeting his friend, Eddie ... and then makes fun of him all over again. He also briefly bitches about the cardinals, both baseball and papal ... and then he bitches about the soda ban. Fun.
Coulter eventually gets around to telling us what he plans to do on May 18. It's not going to be pretty ... or maybe even possible.
Coulter takes a fun little look at all the great American rock bands, you know, both of them. Actually, there are a few more, but still...
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