Chris Rock recently said “women, children and dogs are loved unconditionally. A man is only loved on the condition that we provide something.” My last article said something very similar. I don’t think it’s quite true, but in jest is truth, and Chris Rock is pointing out a trend in society—men have to prove […]Read more "Weltschmerz"
Because his struggle is that of man. That’s why. His struggle is not a woman’s struggle. See the Lifetime Network for that. A woman’s struggle is being helpless and dependent on the kindness of others. What if my boyfriend beats me? What if I am taken advantage of? What if someone uses a position […]Read more "Why Does Rocky Keep Making Money?"
If you’re a major nerd like I am, you may remember this line from Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. The prologue shows Indy’s youthful endeavors in The Boy Scouts. When I was a kid (think 4) I emulated Indiana Jones. I remember trying to go on adventure by walking to New York at […]Read more "You Lost Today, Kid. But That Doesn’t Mean You Have to Like It."
Dad’s matter, or so I have argued. No one can argue without lying that fathers aren’t fundamental and important to the family. Any cursory glance at the statistics of fatherless homes informs you of that. But what if your dad sucks? You can talk all day about how dads are necessary to the […]Read more "Bad dad, good dad."
There’s a lot of guys out there who don’t know what to do with women. I don’t mean they can’t flirt. I mean they think girls are more trouble than they are worth. If there’s no strategy guide, then it can’t be worth it. They don’t want the responsibility, aren’t quality guys themselves, or figure […]Read more "The ladies."
I have been through a lot recently. And when I go through a lot the person in all of literature I think of most is Boromir of Gondor from J.R.R. Tolkien’s unassailable masterpiece “The Lord of the Rings.” I think of Boromir because while there are more righteous characters, those characters are not meant to […]Read more "My Hero, Boromir"
My wife and I were craving a stupid movie to unleash some pent up tension after a demanding couple of months. Enter a movie called “Bad Moms.” The trailer relates the story of a single mom stressed to the edge. She decides to embrace being a “bad” mom instead of a hyperactive one. I wasn’t terribly […]Read more "Bad Moms; Worse Men."