Tonight’s a wacky one; be warned, I bounce around tone-wise.
I begin with the sad news that my cat Chloe has cancer, then give further thoughts on Hurricane Harvey, Kevin, and Louis CK. After that, I switch gears and talk about the 70’s baby book , “Where did I come from?” and then attack morons who think they are entitled to getting autographs from underage celebrities.
As my son comes into this world, my cat prepares to go out. Needless to say, it’s been a rough couple of weeks.
Tonight, I spend the first 15 minutes explaining how to get rid of annoying people who mistake your polite smile for life-long friendship. Then, I ramble a bit about the end of an era. After that, I answer some wacky Quora questions. I also have some fun with people who look like the tattoo monster puked all over them. Enjoy!
Tonight, I’m going deep on my failures of being a raging coward. Granted, I am completely ignoring the times that I was Sade’s Sweetest Taboo, but such is the life of someone still struggling with self-loathing. At least you might get something out of it.
Life happens, and the last 3rd (or so) is about the recent Joss Whedon cluster-f from his ex-wife. I have a more nuanced position the most, at least I’d like to think so.
Good evening and happy HUMP day everyone! Tonight, I rant about turning 40 (next week) and becoming a Dad this December (a real one, sorry Chloe), as well as the wonderful, “F is for Family,” and a few dating stories that make my skin crawl (but everything was my fault). Enjoy!
Tonight, I wax poetic about how this show might change next year, why getting a dog is a good idea if you’re single and lonely (as long as “Fluffy” is a placeholder, not a substitute), how I would remake, “Love, Actually,” and my GIANT problem with the ending of the otherwise awesome new film, “Arrival.” Enjoy!
Good evening! Tonight, I discuss Jill Soloway’s recent rant at the Emmy’s, why divorce sucks for all involved, and how a recent dose of humility made me a lot happier. I also discuss the wonderful films, “A Hologram for a King,” and “World’s Greatest Dad.” The latter (just like Bobcat Goldwaith’s other film, “God Bless America,” correctly diagnose what is wrong with America. Enjoy!
Greetings! Tonight, I throw the ball of yarn around yapping my gums about whether or not Snape is a, “Nice Guy Jerk,” from Harry Potter, a review of the film, “Burying the Ex,” plus a whole bunch of other stuff you don’t want to miss. Enjoy!