P. Gotti

Pingas Gotti is an eternal ghost and rapper who worked on the Hot Box Food Cart during its inaugural season. He is over 4000 years old and enjoys Godzilla, hot dogs, and Lil B music. He likes to spend his time calling southern gangster rapper, Mike Jones, at 281-330-8004. Pingas Gotti spends most of his time in the fifth dimension, where there is no time. He drives a zeppelin and has never lost a staring contest. Find rapper/writer/artist Pingas Gotti on Facebook.

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DOPE Star Trek Tech, Part II: Are Humans Capable of Creating a Real-Life Fesarius?

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Hashtag Cannabis: Where Community and Sustainability Thrive

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DOPE Star Trek Tech: What do the Borg and Alexa Have in Common?

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Dockside Cannabis: A New Self-Shopping Experience

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On Life and Competitive Eating: Chasing Effervescence with Sarah Reinecke

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Health & Wellness

Seattle’s SAD Problem: How to Beat Seasonal Affective Disorder

As Bob Marley observed, when it rains, it don’t rain on just one man’s house. Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) touches…

Who Wants Beef with Wendy’s Social Media?

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