It would suck to make 6.5 million dollars. I think I would have to quit my job in order to spend all of that money. Especially if I made that much every year. Controversial NFL player Marshawn Lynch made 6.5 million dollars last year and he acts like an entitled overpaid athlete, snubbing his fans, … More What I learned about myself from watching Marshawn Lynch
I think that lecturing is what is really destroying the Country. I am told that blog posts that use lists are really popular, like “Three ways to get abs,” “17 Things you can do to fight Global Warming,” and “9 Ways to love your pet.” We seem to love information in small, bite sized pieces. … More Why lecturing is ruining the planet and what you can do about it
“The tongue has the power of life and death, and those who love it will eat its fruit.” Proverbs Mental Health is not just for the men, women are part of the game too. We men have a hard time talking about health, and mental health can be crazy to talk about… If you need … More Mental Health Stigma is really just Undiagnosed Verbal Illness
For as long as I can remember, I have experienced bouts of low mood and depression. The moods would come on like a slow moving cloud, rolling in and resting on top of me. I felt like I was wearing 20 layers of emotional clothing. My outlook was dark and my senses muffled. I felt little joy and … More Mental Health and my WMD: the Weapons of My Depression
“Here’s a good thing to do if you go to a party and you don’t know anybody: First take out the garbage. Then go around and collect any extra garbage that people might have, like a crumpled napkin, and take that out too. Pretty soon people will want to meet the busy garbage guy.” Jack … More The world needs you to embrace your inner Hipstervert!
This post is the sequel to my recent article The Angry Lego Man in my Junk Drawer. I hope you are entertained and enlightened, or enterlightened. I love my Guerilla Glue. I have a long list of items that I have used it to repair, from plates and cups to loose shelves and … More Can Shattered Dreams be Fixed with a Little Guerilla Glue?
Have you looked inside your junk drawer lately? My junk drawer is full of empty promises and broken dreams. In fact, I love the junk drawer because it reminds me of what my life could have amounted to. All that I have to do is open that one little drawer and I can see … More The Angry Lego Man in My Junk Drawer
When did become a good idea to wear Camoflage outfits to the mall? For simplicity I will refer to their street name, Camo. The other day, my wife and I went shoe shopping with our 14 year old. That in itself was an ordeal and probably was the genesis for this entire incident. I blame it … More Fashion Camouflage?
Have you ever been in an experiment? I regularly experiment on the people around me, including my children. You can read about all the fun in my most excellent post, “The 8 Words That Can Keep Any Conversation Going.” Is it possible that life is some sort of experiment? In a scientific experiment, there are … More Do you AdMIT that Life is an Experiment?
How is it that when you and I were 7, being grounded was the worst thing in the world… and now that we are adults, being grounded is something we long for? What do you fear? What brings out your inner chicken? I am afraid of heights. I am a chicken, a man-fairy when it … More The Downside of Being Grounded