She’s “Just Not That Into You”–A Fella’s No-Nonsense Guide to Understanding Women

Last year Greg Behrendt came out with the bestselling book He’s Just Not That Into You. This book is a guide to help women understand the signs that men give off to convey a lack of romantic interest. Unfortunately there is no corresponding work about the signs that women give off to show that they aren’t interested. So here is my attempt to correct that deficit. Fellas, if you see any of these signs, you can rest assured that she’s just not that into you. Let go, move on, and find someone else who is into you. Continue reading “She’s “Just Not That Into You”–A Fella’s No-Nonsense Guide to Understanding Women”

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JOE’S CRACKING UP!!!!! The Final Installment

[NOTE: This is the last of a three-part series. Here is the first installment. And here is the second installment.]

First of all, for those of you who have been tracking with me through all of this, my apologies to you for taking so long to finish. But in looking at where I had intended to go after the end of the first installment, I have had second thoughts about sharing a lot of that material.

What I can say is this: In recent years my priorities have changed drastically. I once had big plans and big dreams of making a big name for myself, but in recent years, thanks to the inspiration which I have drawn from certain books and from the lives of certain people, that is no longer the case. Continue reading “JOE’S CRACKING UP!!!!! The Final Installment”

The Bulldog Tooth Bonus Feature: Coaches on the Hot Seat

It’s that time of year again–time for the annual college football coaching carousel to crank up into high gear.

2004 was the bloodiest year on record for coaching changes, with an unprecedented 23 head coaches changing positions. This year does not figure to be quite as drastic, but there will still be a lot of blood and feathers flying before it’s all said and done. So let me pull out my trusty bulldog tooth and make some predictions as to which coaches will find themselves in the proverbial hot seat (if not actually out of a job) by the end of the season. Continue reading “The Bulldog Tooth Bonus Feature: Coaches on the Hot Seat”

The Wilma Water Wars: The SBC Takes a Black Eye over the Alcohol Issue

Whenever something like this comes down the pipe, I can’t help thinking to myself that I’m glad I’m not a Baptist.

Anheuser-Busch wanted to lend a helping hand to the Hurricane Wilma recovery effort down in Florida last week. So they bottled up (or maybe I should say “canned up”) some water and sent it down there. There was a small problem, however. Baptist relief workers didn’t take too kindly to the idea of handing out cans of water with the Anheuser-Busch label. Local news media got wind of the story, and a major controversy ensued. Continue reading “The Wilma Water Wars: The SBC Takes a Black Eye over the Alcohol Issue”

JOE’S CRACKING UP!!!!! The Second Installment

[NOTE: This is the second of a three-part series. Here is the first installment. And here is the final installment.]

In the previous installment I laid some groundwork by sharing about recent events in my life–notably the loss of my job–which are motivating me to strongly consider the possibility of teaching English overseas. In fact, I have been considering this option for quite some time, though in light of current events I am now considering it much more seriously. Now I will begin to unpack my reasons for this–the good, the bad, and the ugly. I will start with the bad and the ugly. Continue reading “JOE’S CRACKING UP!!!!! The Second Installment”