WARNING: Adult Content Ahead If you have not read Fertility Futility: Part 1 yet, I recommend doing so before reading this post. Shame is all I felt. I held an empty specimen cup in my hand as I explained to a nurse that there were no specimen provided. This was terrible. I had never failed... Continue Reading →
For some people, getting pregnant is indeed the proverbial walk in the park (in fact, many pregnancies start with walks in parks that lead to quickies under gazebos). Other folks, however, like my wife and I, find getting pregnant incredibly difficult. I should probably clarify that. We understand the mechanics of it: insert tab D into slot P, try to avoid hole A.
There are a lot of theories as to what really caused Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia's death. Most of them say President Obama is behind it. What if he is --?
Somebody was lucky enough to mistakenly text me about some rims and tires. Here is the conversation that ensued.
Jeff the Diseased Lung in a Cowboy Hat. Share this pic with the hashtags #Marlboro and #JeffWeCan. If you are wondering why, watch this. It is long but worth it.
In honor of Presidents Day... It should come as no surprise that US Presidents have access to technology long before the rest of get it. What you may not realize is that every US President had access to Twitter and Smartphones. I know, you're wondering how that is even possible. Try not to think about... Continue Reading →
I began working on my Master of Arts in Communication this week. One of the “readings” for this week was actually a video of Pranav Mistry’s TED Talk in which he shows off his SixthSense technology. The video is below and you have to check it out. The concept is so simple, but the implications... Continue Reading →
Brad, Jimmy, and I decided that Team Undercard would do the Ice Bucket Challenge to support finding a cure for Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), or Lou Gehrig's Disease. We agreed to do it last night before the show. Well, Brad and Jimmy got impatient and started without me. I showed up while they were filming... Continue Reading →
This has been bugging me. I remember reading something years ago, it was this old list of rights that Americans are supposed to have. As I recall, the very fist thing on that list said something like: "Congress shall make no law...abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the... Continue Reading →
Mother's Day is on Sunday, so let's take a few moments to recognize the incredible ladies who molded us into who we are today. Whether you want to admit it or not, Mothers, we are all your fault. Being a mother is something I will never experience. I don’t have the plumbing for it,... Continue Reading →
I attended the funeral of a friend's grandfather today. The dearly departed had lived 87 years and spent 63 of those years married to the love of his life. It's natural, I think, at times like this to think about our own lives. As the priest recounted anecdotes from the man's life, he told of... Continue Reading →
I saw this a few days ago. There is a a part of me that is very intrigued and wants to read it, but the rational part of me just looks at that freak and shakes his head in disgust. I have been examining the dark recesses of my apparently deranged mind to find out... Continue Reading →
Here is a listing of the Table of Contents for Satan's Holiday and Welcome to Your Nightmare. My first published short story is in Welcome to Your Nightmare. To request a copy, click here. ______
Please take a look at the promotional video below for Satan's Holiday and Welcome to Your Nightmare. These two anthologies of scary stories, compiled by Yvonne Mason, will be released next week as e-books. The paper versions will be ready in a few weeks. Along with several other established, as well as newbie, authors, these... Continue Reading →
BIG NEWS! I'm being published! Award Winning and Best Selling Author Yvonne Mason took on the formidable task of setting the dark imaginations and dilatory natures of 40 writers to a common task. Write scary stories to be included in an anthology that will come out in time for Halloween. Satan's Holiday and Welcome... Continue Reading →
You probably saw the story flying around the internet about a family that received a horrible letter suggesting that they euthanize their autistic son. If you missed it, click HERE to see it. Submitted for your approval, the letter I would write in response: To The Hateful Runt* Who Thinks an Autistic Child Should be... Continue Reading →
HUGE NEWS! As you may already know, I am the co-host of an internet radio show called The Undercard on http://www.RawRadioX.com. Well, starting one week from today, I will host my own show on the network, right before The Undercard. I will pull double duty, remaining a co-host on The Undercard as well. That means... Continue Reading →
Greetings Friends! The journey continues and is going well. Since having surgery, I have lost 137 pounds for a total loss of 176 since beginning my weight loss surgery adventure. I am now two-thirds the man I used to be, having lost 33% of my starting weight. I can't even describe how good it feels... Continue Reading →
I'm taking a break from my Half the Man I Used to Be series Things are still going great with my weight-loss, but variety is the spice of life, right? I was talking with a friend a couple of weeks ago and we were lamenting how slow change takes within large organizations. He made... Continue Reading →
What a great show last night! Listen as we talk to Joe Donofrio about new MMA regulations and legislation for the State of Michigan as well as his event at Joe Louis Arena on Saturday. We chat with Amanda Bobbie Cooper about her professional boxing debut last Friday. Detroit artist Corrie Baldauf joins us in... Continue Reading →
Hello Dear Readers. I apologize for my absence these past few weeks. It's not that I had nothing to report, just not a lot of time to report it. Here I am, though, back in the game. Much has happened since last we met, so let me get right to it. It has been twelve-and-a-half... Continue Reading →
Part One Half the Man I Used to Be: My Journey Begins Part Two Half the Man I Used to Be: What Must Be Done Part Three Half the Man I Used to Be: The Big Day I had my vertical sleeve gastrectomy several weeks ago. The doctors and nurses have done all they can... Continue Reading →