Boy, I've written a lot of things.

Spending seven whole years researching and writing for Cracked.com creates a very large body of work. I'm talking hundreds, if not over a thousand pieces of written content for the site. If I had to ballpark it, I'd say I've written roughly 1.3 million words that have equalled to 200 million page views. That's the population of Tokyo six times over, you guys. 

The process for writing a Cracked article is as follows:

  1. Coming up with a workable premise that fits with the site. 
  2. Researching enough information to fill at least six talking points supporting the premise. 
  3. Organizing the research and observations into a tidy pitch and presenting it to the rest of editorial. 
  4. Writing a 2,000 to 3,000 comedic article based on this pitch and within a 2-week due date.

No, I will not link every individual article I've written for the site (because you can see that here) -- but here's a brief sample highlighting my range... 

MOVIE OBSERVATION AND CRITIQUE

POLITICAL / SOCIAL COMMENTARY

SCIENCE / HISTORY / TECHNOLOGY

GENERAL POP CULTURE WEIRDNESS