Tom Meisfjord

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Marvel And DC Comics, Syndication-era Star Trek, Classic SNL
  • Tom Meisfjord has spent his life consuming media and expelling snarky comedy.
  • His writing has landed him spots in the Seattle International Comedy Competition and tours across the United States.
  • He is the co-creator of the 'Reel Comedy' sketch show and a regular contributor to Spokane, Washington's 50 Hour Slam film festival.


Tom has been a contributor to the Alb Media family of websites since 2018, when he started writing as a freelancer for Grunge. Since then, he's turned his borderline-obsession with popular culture into a fulltime career, helping to spearhead new scripted and improvised content including "Everything Marvel," "Looper Show," and the original internet comedy series "Okay So Basically." His encyclopedic knowledge of the nerd world makes him sort of a pain at social functions, but could be just the shot in the arm that your pop culture appreciation needs.
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Stories By Tom Meisfjord
  • World Leaders React To Joe Biden's Victory

    On Nov. 7, 2020, Americans reacted in characteristically polarized fashion to the news that the 2020 election was called for Joe Biden. Meanwhile, across the world, political leaders have also shared their reactions to Biden's victory.
  • Here's Why Traffic Lights Are Red, Yellow, And Green

    Let's talk about traffic lights. Since we were kids, we were told that red means stop, green means go, and yellow means either "gun it" or show some caution -- you're going to make somebody mad either way. But just where did the universal color language for vehicular velocity control come from?