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I am very conflicted on this post. It is really hard to take a stance on one side or the other. I’m tackling the topic of depression and how society wills it’s young men to “man up” or “be a man.” It definitely has two sides to the coin and deserves a solid look before rushing into an argument.
The inspiration came from a video, so watch that and then we’ll talk. After the jump:
The master of dealing with unrequited love.
I have a feeling this topic is super creepy. I found an article titled “You Should Fall For Someone Who Doesn’t Love You” at the Thought Catalog. The title caught my eye because I’m pretty sure that is the exact opposite of what I want. Naturally, a person wants their love to be reciprocated and more often than not they want it doubled.
The author opens up by saying that he just became aware that there might have been people on this earth that have never experienced the phenomenon of loving someone and not having that love returned to them. I can vouch for a majority of the people who have felt this “unrequited love” and say that it is a miserable feeling. This is why the article caught my eye, why would he tell me to experience this?
I already know I’m going to mail this one in…
I found yet another list on the internet from our friends at The Thought Catalog. Someone found it interesting enough to repost onto Facebook and thus it ends up on my blog. Here are 24 Rules For Being a Gentleman.
Beware, this is from a lady writer, so take her advice with a grain of salt. Why would I preface the article like that? Simply because a lady can’t tell a man how to be a man and a man can’t tell a woman how to be a woman. It just does not work. So I will break down her list and see where it takes us. Hopefully there are less typos than the first paragraph of her explaining why we should go back to Paul Newman times.
Performing to a sold out crowd in New Haven, CT
Alright, folks I am back home from the road. 3 shows in 2 days in New Haven, CT at the awesome Jokers Wild Comedy Club. We had a lot of fun but now it’s back to reality. Check out “Upcoming Events” because I have some shows coming up that you do not want to miss and have some new dates added.
As for posting, I will be back later today with some updates. I have one queued up and ready to go so it will give me some time to catch up on the writing while you guys are reading.
Via con Dios,
Thanks to the staff at The Joker’s Wild
Going through some dark times
I have been super busy lately. I apologize for my lack of updating. I have been back to performing almost on a nightly basis. It is really hard to focus on two different things that you want to put your whole heart into and that might be why I have been mailing it in with these last few posts.
Now, comedy is taking me back on the road. I will be in Connecticut this weekend from Friday to Sunday. I will be at Joker’s Wild Comedy Club in New Haven with my good friends Terry McNeely and George Gallo.
Posting will come to a stand still and there will be zero writing done over the weekend because I won’t have my computer. Plus, insanity will ensue. Enjoy the break from me and check out my Upcoming Events page for future show dates. I would love to see all of you at a show in the near future.
Via con Dios,
This is what I think a foodie looks like
It’s bad enough that there are a people that call themselves “foodies.” Then, I constantly have to see people on social networking that share pictures of their food on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. People started making fun of these people and they still haven’t stopped. Has high school bullying taught these nerds anything?
Information after the jump.
Meet Zach Hunter.
This article came across my news feed the other day. Zach Hunter was called a “modern-day hero” by CNN when he was only a teenager. Already I am furious at this person because my “Z” key on my computer has been busted for months since my dog jumped on it and I have to use it to type this self-serving fartsniffer’s name a bunch of times.
I know I’ll probably be called a “hater” because what else do you call someone who disagrees with you? People used to think they were bad at things. Now they dismiss their critics by saying “Haters gonna hate” and they walk away proud instead of embarrassed. To me, Hunter did nothing.
I know many of you do not know who he is, so we will get into all of this after the jump…