The Kardashians & Sarah Palin Star in Stusser's "Speak No Evil" Video Exclusive"/>
Of all the reasons to spew vitriol from one's mouth--and, in this day and age, Twitter account--catching your spouse in compromising positions with another man ranks high on the list. And yet, when confronted with precisely those circumstances, Michael A. Stusser chose to zag: Namely, he subjected himself to an experiment in which he attempted to neither say nor type anything bad about anyone for an entire month. The results are chronicled in this week's feature story, "Speak No Evil, Tweet No Evil," as well as in an exclusive video interpretation of the before-and-after Stusser that we have right here.
Stusser, primarily a humor writer, has been one of the area's snarkiest scribes since well before the Internet turned otherwise meek, pleasant people into chest-thumping, anonymous assholes. So this made Stusser's experiment doubly hard.
Here, Stusser plumbs the depths of his duplicitous self to show you what opinions he may have had, before and after/during his experiment, on individuals such as the Kardashian family, Mayor McGinn, Sarah Palin, Seal, and bees. (Thanks to SW interns Joe Williams and Julia Waterhous for producing this shorty):