Dating has changed drastically since it was invented by the Greeks (I’m guessing since they’re so romantic!). Traditional dating began with the father of the male cutting a deal with the father of the female about if their kids were a good match. It was basically a business arrangement and consisted of families merging together … More A Beginner’s Guide to On-Line Dating From a Guy’s Perspective
If there is anything I hate worse in this world, it is traffic jams. I consider myself as a polite, empathetic, safe and aware driver. I signal when I turn, check my blind spots, let people in and clear my license plate and lights when it snows. However, I do not have the patience for … More The Science of Traffic Jams – If Everyone Drove Like Me…
Spoken language is such a fascinating topic. So much so that one can even achieve a PhD in language and communication. There are other such degrees in Speech/Language Pathology, Literature, Language Development and the like. Spoken language is the first form of communication we humans prefer and written language is the second. There are even … More Say What You Mean…Words That Matter
A metaphor is an expressed figure of speech that characterizes an object by alleging that it is, using any point of comparability, similar or the same as a subject someone might not understand. A metaphor is a kind of analogy and is very similar to other associated figures of speech that derive their developments from affiliation, correlation or similarities including allegory, hyperbole … More Sports Metaphors we Live by
Most men carry wallets. There’s the bi-fold, tri-fold, nylon, leather, ones you put pictures in, ones for organizing credit cards and the list goes on. Like most men, I used to put my wallet in my back pocket. It was actually my back left pocket but that was just my preference. Anyways, what I’m writing … More My Big FAT Wallet
I’m one of the many lucky people to have been alive during Y2K or the new millennium of the year 2000. Back then, there was a huge scare that all the computers would cease functioning after midnight of 1999. The stock market would crash, electrical plants would stop humming while their turbines slowly ground to … More The Pronunciation of the new year
I am now going to write on something that I have been passionate about for quite a while: biking. Not “bikes” as in motorcycles but the bicycle. I live in God’s Country, in the great state of Colorado. Many people who reside here (and probably some tourists) regularly put rubber to the road (or trail) … More Don’t Share the Road!