The Gays

In this podcast, I offer my unconditional support and love of the gay community, and how us breeders can learn a thing or two from them about love and romance. Got a problem with it? If you’re a fan of mine, you probably don’t :) Also, my gay buddy Evan calls in and gives his two cents.

That being said…enjoy!

And here is the link to the article I spoke of about Miss California.

Closing thoughts on Sex and the City

I have to admit, I kinda dug it.

Yeah, it had some plot holes, and the men were once again flogged, drawn and quartered for crimes that they didn’t commit alone, but I laughed, had a good time, and found it strangely therapeutic to write about it.

Now I see why I like Carrie so much. Writing rocks.

I don’t think I will complain about this show as I once did. Yeah, it’s silly. Yeah, it has led to a nation of women comparing themselves to one or more of the characters instead of looking at themselves as individual (and real) human beings, which is what they really are. The losing battle against soulless consumerism and superficial living continues to be lost. And I’ll always snicker at the way men are portrayed.

But, yet, at the same time, this is how women really see us. This is what they really think of us. This is what you gals really think of us. And in a way, it’s how your see yourselves. And at this point, fellas, you can’t beat city hall on this one.

If you can learn anything from Carrie and her crew, learn this: Just know what you want in life. Figure out what it is, know it, and go for it. Me, I’m still waiting for my Charlotte/Carrie hybrid. I know what I want. Go find what you want. And don’t settle for anything less.

Sex and the City: The Movie, Part 3

When we last left off, it was New Years Eve in Sex and the City. Steve once again found his balls back in Miranda’s Gucci bag, Charlotte has a baby in her belly that will probably bust out of her chest like Alien, and Carrie once again doesn’t have Big. I’m sure we’re not seeing a couple of dudes she used for sex before we pick up….just kiddin, doll.  I’m actually rooting for you.  All of you.  Goddamn me to hell, but I love Carrie, Samantha, Charlotte…and Miranda.  Don’t always like you.  But I love you.

Continue reading Sex and the City: The Movie, Part 3

Sex and the City: The Movie, part 1

I’ll admit, this was going to happen sooner or later. I put it off for a while. I always said I’d never do it. I made fun of my friends who did. But, now that I have this podcast and website, I guess I need to be well informed.

I’m going to watch the Sex and the City movie.

But what would be the fun in just watching it and not commenting on it, yeah?

Why not?

So, here is my running commentary. Enjoy!

Continue reading Sex and the City: The Movie, part 1

The Jordan and Melissa Show

Tonight, I have a new co-host…my good buddy Melissa Kaufman!

We shoot the breeze, debate romance, and have a couple of martinis. Good times!


EDIT: And now it’s on Itunes. Don’t know what the delay was about…sorry :)

Thinking more on Compatibility…

I’ve been thinking about that last podcast I did. I like it. I think it’s a good start as I think I have only barely scratched the service on that subject. And believe me, I’ll scratch a lot further.
And that’s the good news. It took me a very long time to figure out (six years as a matter of fact) that I hated writing screenplays for money, but the very few times I loved it was when I was writing about this subject; the good ‘ol subject of romance.

Nevermind that if I just get enough listeners here or on Itunes I might get a sponsor (long shot, but you never know). Nevermind that I’m a big ‘ol capitalist.

Truth be told, I would do this podcast for free. And I continue to do so. I don’t watch too much television anymore. You know why? Because I finally found something that I love to do so much I’d do it for free, instead of catching up on Lost or 24. I’d rather spend my free time, what little free time I have, when I’m not studying finance or marketing or looking for an internship, jotting down notes and ideas for this podcast and this website.

And all I can do is encourage anyone within the sound of my voice to find out what that thing is, that one thing that you would do for free, and do it. Go for it. Go for it with all that you have and all that you are. And nothing will make you happier. Follow your passions. Follow your dreams. Life is too short not to. And if you think you can’t, you don’t know yourself.

Yes you can.

Coming up…

Hey guys,

This week’s ‘cast will be a tad late…much going on career-wise, gotta keep the eye on the ball.  Chloe might be on extended leave until the middle of April for technical reasons :)

Anyway, coming up on the next podcast:

  • Answering Listener mail
  • More thoughts on LA dating
  • An examination of “red flags”
  • Tales from the past.

And more!



Madonna is trying to adopt another kid.

Another kid.

What a wonderful way to deal with pain. What a fantastic way to deal with the pain of a divorce. I know, I’ll just go to Africa and adopt a kid! Awesome! For the kid, there is an upside! He’s hit the jackpot!  But…he’s screwed as well.

On the upside, his new Mom is loaded! LOADED!

On the other side, all of the money she’ll throw at him will be well spent on the years of therapy he will require. Because we all know that having feelings of abandonment, sad memories of childhood and feelings of sorrow are best remedied by BRINGING A CHILD INTO THIS WORLD.

That seems to be working out just FINE for OctaMom, right, OctaMOM? Right? Because having 14 kids will totally fill the hole in your soul.

Seriously people, the only difference between that crazy idiot with 14 kids that we are ALL now paying for, and Madonna (and Brad Pitt’s Woman) is that the latter have money. That is the only difference.  The ONLY difference.  Don’t ever forget it.

People: Children are NOT dolls. They are NOT puppies.  They are not supposed to be there for you. YOU are supposed to be there for them.

If you cannot figure that out, you have no business being a parent. Leave it to the rest of us who are worthy.