Love Of Reading

My affinity for reading began with Bram Stoker’s Dracula. It was my senior year of high school, and I hated assigned reading. I disliked being forced to read. As a kid, I read Goosebumps. My favorite is One Day at Horrorland, but any reading we were tasked I found to be the dullest. What I … Read more

The Laundromat

I’ve just put my clothes in the washer, and I’ve taken a seat in the corner of the laundromat. It’s 9pm on a Friday night, and there’s no one else here, probably because of the rain. I take a sip of my soda from the 7-Eleven next door, as I wonder if I’ll be seeing … Read more

Girl Talk

(from the perspective of the writer and his conversations with women; he placed himself in their shoes; may contain offensive language) A girl can only get her heart broken so many times before it becomes rubble. I propose to be this eloquent cool, but not too cool, hot but not too hot, sassy but not … Read more

Why So Many Women Are Single And Alone

Truth is not an insult and Reality is not an attack. Remember when there were courtship, chivalry and traditional dating? Since the late ’60s, women have been encouraged to get a college degree and a career. The prime fertile and beauty years are thus spent avoiding marriage to become ‘strong and independent’. And during these … Read more

Pussy Drink

“I’ve got a pair of magic tits.” That was the first thing she told me as soon as we sat down. “Yeah, you have no idea. These babies are magical. Wanna know how?” I hesitated as if I wouldn’t be interested, but who am I kidding. Yes, of course, I would like to know just … Read more

A Women’s Guide To Understanding Men (part 2 of 2)

Last month, I put together a list of things that a woman might say to a man in a given circumstance and what she “really” meant. I did this in an effort to help men all over the world understand women. Hopefully it helped all the guys out there that read it. This month, I’ve … Read more

A Man’s Guide To Understanding Women (part 1 of 2)

For centuries men have tried to figure out what women really think and what they are REALLY saying when they say something. I’ve decided that after over 50 years of experience with women, I would convey my “knowledge” to men all over the world or at least the men that read this blog. So, I’ve … Read more

The Cycle

My trip to Los Angeles has been everything I expected. I am so relaxed, zen even. I came to visit my good friend, Lane Bostick, and I found him in an unusual state. On the night of my arrival, he receives me with a bottle of wine and weed. I don’t smoke except around him. … Read more

Different Not Less

It was early 2000, and we had been called to a parent-teacher conference. Our daughter was turning four years old. Being a bit annoyed, I was wondering why at four, we were having an important parent-teacher conference. Our world was about to change. The first sign I knew something was wrong was shortly into their … Read more

If I Were Caught

Procrastination gets the best of me, especially when there is always something else to do. My deadline is a week away but at the moment all I care about is grabbing a cold beer and watching the game. I was at my neighborhood bar, walking distance, just a few blocks, no reason to drive—I knew … Read more