Each Thursday night on Just a Bit Outside, we do a little something called “4TheFellaz”. Each WEDNESDAY night however, I’m going to offer forth a little bonus relationship advice to get myself in the zone and whet your appetite for more gems.
Every Tuesday, we here at Just a Bit Outside roll out a Top Five list for your listening (and reading) pleasure. Because we use all of our creativity juice on-air, we call this "Top Five Tuesday." This week, we covered the Top 5 Professions That The Employees Take Way Too Seriously.
Ahh the pickings blog. A staple of every sports talk host’s website in America. How do my picks differ from everyone else’s? Well, I’m probably the only host who’ll outright tell you that most of these picks will be wholly incorrect!
Each Thursday night on Just a Bit Outside, we do a little something called "4TheFellaz". Each WEDNESDAY night however, I'm going to offer forth a little bonus relationship advice to get myself in the zone and whet your appetite for more gems.
I believed in Santa Claus for a very long time. Not "18 years old, probablevirgin" long, but I was around 11 years old when I finally accepted the harsh reality. Admittedly, my belief was rekindled at around age 23, when I started realizing the dichotomy between how much parents made and how much I used to recieve. However, this blog is not about *MY* personal belief in Santa. Its about the growing movement to hasten him out of children's lives. A movement I will never support.
Despite what their neighbors may tell you, there ARE warning signs that a person may be a sociopath. Cruetly to animals, lack of empathy, love of the show "Mad About You"...all of these things can be warning alarms that someone might end up with a family in their freezer. But there is another sign that no one talks about. A sign that only shows itself this time of year. What is it, you may ask? Come with me and I'll you.
We all got some very bad news today as one of the funniest comics working today, Patrice O'Neal, passed today. He was only 41 years old. Firstly, I want to wish my condolences to his family and friends. Secondly, we decided to honor Patrice with our Top 5 Tuesday Topic. Without further adieu, here are my 5 favorite stand-ups of all time.
Traditionally, the period post-Thanksgiving up until December 25th, our country goes into pure Christmas overdrive. In the past few years, it appears that we've begun Christmas Overdrive in August, but that is another debate for another day. No no, this blog is about the enduring debate that has raged on from the beginning of time: To carol or not to carol?
Even if you live under a rock (its time to stop disrespecting our below surface dwelling brethren), you know this Friday was BLACK FRIDAY!!! What you also know is that this year, many major stores technically opened Thanksgiving Night (no one considers midnight the start of the next morning. So stop condescendingly correcting people to that end.) What you may not know is that on Thanksgiving Night 2011, a big piece of me died.
Last weekend, I saddled up and went to hardware and department stores to find the perfect set of Christmas decorations. I've always been a firm believer in making your house stand out around the holidays. I've always used my parents hand-me-down decorations and in recent years, they haven't been up to snuff. My house has been standing out alright...but only in the sense of "Hey look at that house with a drunk, handicapped Santa and an inflatable letter J!!!!" So I decided it was time for an overhaul. What I found was baffling to say the least.
Every year around this time, families gather together from far and wide to join hands at the table and give thanks for all of the good things in their lives. Its beautiful, its time-honored, and it makes me sick. I'm not saying there's NOTHING I'm thankful for (I'm a big fan of WWE Classics On Demand!), but there are FAR more things I'm not thankful for. And its time to share them with you!
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