What’s to know? There’s not much to say. I was created in a secret laboratory in Los Angeles by a team of scientists trying to engineer the world’s greatest tic-tac-toe player. They succeeded, but feared I was too powerful, so I was kept prisoner until I escaped by training cockroaches to pick locks. Adjusting to life on the outside wasn’t easy, but since then I’ve won a battle of the bands, performed a lot of stand-up comedy and a few acting gigs, including one where I hung out on set with Ariana Grande. Life was good, but I knew something was missing something. Was it friendship, romance or a spiritual discipline? No! What I needed was a plan for world domination. And whether you want to begin your career or your plan to rule planet with an iron fist, you need to start with an education (remember that, kids!) so I moved to Missoula to go to the University of Montana where I was the on-camera correspondent for the school news, the Montana Kaimin. So what’s next? You’ll see. YOU’LL ALL SEE.
Fictional Animals That Montanans Would Grill
It's grilling season, baby— let's get cookin'
Swerve: The Types of Bad Drivers in Montana
I like driving— it's those pesky other drivers that's the problem.
Missoula’s The Roxy Theater to Host Queer Film Festival
Featuring cinema from across the country and across history
Check Out This List of Awesome Free Stuff to Do in Montana
'The best things in life are free,' call it a cliché but it's true
Laugh at These Unusual Questions Montanans Ask ChatGPT
Absolutely bizarre inquiries by curious locals
Giddy Up! Country-Music Festival Coming to Montana Town Just Before Summer
For fans of live music and good times
Montana Organizations That Aid People Experiencing Homelessness
Fortunately there are local organizations focused on providing shelter and services to those in need
The Top Buffets in Montana for Delicious Eats
Customize your meal
The World Needs Chat Bots of These Famous Montanans
Potentially-great simulated conversations
Could Montana Ban These X-Rated Websites?
I'm starting to wonder what Montana could ban next