Is It Worth A Kick In The Head?

The year that passed has been unlike any other.  A global pandemic has…..oh, who gives a shit?  It isn’t worth talking about and being talked down to. There were some bright spots, although they were few.  The best moment for me was in April, when Tyson Fury KOd then heavyweight boxing champion Deontay...

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Going Down

Numbers can be a great equalizer, show a deficiency or lack, or empower you.  But regardless of how you slice it, numbers never quite tell the entire story.  You need to dig a little bit deeper. In looking at the numbers for this blog, it’s been about nine years and next year it should eclipse the 50,000 views...

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Think Big, Act Bigger

Sometimes I am “lead” to certain videos that I study.  I can’t explain why or how, but they tend to leave a mark on me for a while.  Some are related to comedy while some are related to life as a whole. I came across a live version of the Queen hit Another One Bites The Dust that was performed at...

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Too Much, Filters Out Not Enough

There was this woman I talked to for a while.  She’s in her early to mid 30s, no kids and a great career truly making a difference in the lives of others.  I met her several years back while with a previous employer.  Around the time of my birthday we reconnected and chatted.  Things seemed okay, as we made...

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What Are You, Crazy?!

This post primarily is about boxing, but it does have a comedy slant that will only be present at the end. Most of you have heard about Mike Tyson, the most feared heavyweight boxer in decades, making a comeback to the ring.  Oh yeah, he’s also 53 years old. Tyson is a complex individual, far too complex with a...

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Playing An Ace From A Sleeveless Shirt

It has been a long and exhausting day in more ways than one.  I don’t even know where to begin.  I should feel euphoric and elated at my accomplishments today, but the game of life is a marathon, not a sprint.  Sometimes you are too tired from the distance you’ve covered to appreciate how far you’ve...

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