This Newsletter Archive page is a repository for the CrosbyReport™ email newsletters that I send out once a month. After I send a new email, I archive it here on my Newsletter Archive page for posterity, the ages, and SEO purposes. That way, first-time visitors to my website—people just like you, probably—can see all that they’re missing, feel the rage of FOMO, and subscribe themselves in a fit of pique. Enjoy!
For centuries, food producers have been making huge profits by lying to the American public.
A timeless joke highlighting the enduring relevance of comedy in a world quietly going to hell.
You wouldn’t think that a monk and a millionaire are very similar, and you’d be right.
Gratitude is the best gift you can give someone, because no one can tell if you’re being sincere or not.
My goal of immortality relies less on medical breakthroughs, and more on Dracula being a work of non-fiction.
Frankly, I expect more of my dreams than a standard “visitation” from my recently deceased mother.
We thought we could be self-sufficient, but our neighbors will have to look elsewhere for their hero.
You never really know what people are thinking until they tell you, unprompted.
The cause of my aging computer’s timely death was my own damn hubris.
There’s “imposter syndrome,” and there’s whatever this thing I have is.