By Frank O'Donnell, WPRO Comedy Contributor
A new study claims that being single may be better for your mental health. My wife tells me that’s just crazy.
“Iron Man 3” opened last weekend. So if your computer happens to crash in the next week or so, don’t call Tech Support. All those guys are at your local cineplex.
Frank Caprio announced he’ll be running for Rhode Island’s Treasurer again. I’m pretty sure we know where President Obama stands on his candidacy.
It looks like Governor Chafee’s prediction that the passage of the same-sex marriage bill would mean more employment in Rhode Island is already coming true. They had to hire three more janitors to clean up the glitter after Thursday’s bill signing.
The state’s first medical marijuana dispensary has doubled its business in just two weeks. Finally, Rhode Island has a growth industry.
A state representative has proposed charging out-of-state college students in Providence an extra $50 per semester to help fund the Route 195 District Redevelopment Commission. That ought to be enough to squash thousands of keg parties.
President Obama urged graduates at Ohio State University to reject cynicism about government. The graduates overwhelmingly responded with, “Yeah, right.”
A team of scientists at Oxford’s Future of Humanity Institute says that the human race’s reliance on technology could lead to our demise. At least, that’s what I read on Facebook. Or was it Twitter? No, wait, I think it was Google.
New York City is offering a bike-share program to try to promote healthy lifestyles, but if you weigh more than 260 pounds, you’re not eligible to sign up. I’ve got news for you. Those of us who fall in that category aren’t all that interested in sharing bicycles.
Honey Boo Boo’s mother got married this weekend. The bridal registry at Wal-Mart was completely wiped out.
Frank has been performing and writing comedy since the early 1980s, earning his spot as one of Rhode Island's best known and most well respected comedians.