Mailbag Monday, Answered! (Part Two)

Mailbag Monday, Answered! (Part Two)

Welcome back for our second installment of Mailbag Monday, Answered! Thanks to the folks who have sent me ideas. I’ve enjoyed answering your questions, and hope we can make this a semi-regular feature going forward. If a topic comes to mind, please don’t hesitate to e-mail/text/comment/etc. Onward! My Most Embarrassing Moment After two years of … Continue reading Mailbag Monday, Answered! (Part Two)

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Do You Ever Wonder About…? (Part Three)

Do You Ever Wonder About…? (Part Three)

As evidenced by my last post, I think about a lot of weird stuff. For better or worse, my mind is always churning (which might explain the chronic migraines I’ve had for 30 of my 41 years, but I digress…). As such, I’ve decided to jump right in to another round of “Do You Ever … Continue reading Do You Ever Wonder About…? (Part Three)

Do You Ever Wonder About…? (Naughty Edition)

Do You Ever Wonder About…? (Naughty Edition)

It hasn’t been lost on me that the last few posts have been serious in nature, from parental alienation to national anthem protests and the Vegas shooting. As such, I’ve decided to swing the pendulum to the opposite extreme, writing a nonsensical post that is sure to offend plenty of people. If poking fun at … Continue reading Do You Ever Wonder About…? (Naughty Edition)

I Stand (Er, Kneel) With Colin Kaepernick

I Stand (Er, Kneel) With Colin Kaepernick

The 2017 NFL season started a couple weeks back, and with it came renewed controversy. Marcus Peters, star cornerback for the Kansas City Chiefs, remained seated on the bench while the National Anthem was played on Opening Night. This wasn't Peters' first form of protest since the beginning of last season, nor has he been … Continue reading I Stand (Er, Kneel) With Colin Kaepernick

Parental Alienation: Scourge of the Divorced Family

Parental Alienation: Scourge of the Divorced Family

A dozen-ish years ago one of my sons started hanging out with a boy, and they became fast friends. Over time I got to know the parents and became friends with the father. At one point I learned that he was on his second marriage. His first marriage ended contentiously, and since the divorce he … Continue reading Parental Alienation: Scourge of the Divorced Family