Though texting has made speech unnecessary, some of us still enjoy this antiquated means of communication. But sometimes the problem is starting a conversation. In this episode, you’ll learn how to do this! And it doesn’t involve alcohol. It’s all in fun, though, so I wouldn’t advise doing most of what I suggest here. —…
In this episode, the Kvetching Professor first talks about two of the most famous advice columns ever — “Dear Abby” and “Ask Ann Landers.” And then it’s about his own altogether fictitious contribution — “Dr. Mark.” Unless you wanted a good laugh, you probably wouldn’t want to write in to ask Dr. Mark for his…
This is what it means to be a Renaissance soul — which is a problem when it’s 400 years after the Renaissance.
The very smart and funny Howard Sachar joins me again on the “The Kvetching Professor.”
Mark Twain once said, “Humor is tragedy plus time.”
What are the rules about opening doors or holding them open?
While the centerpiece of this episode is humorous, I definitely get serious as I talk about issues concerning boys in America today.
“Born to Be Wild”? Not quite.
In going through the piles of stuff I’ve saved over the years, I came across the “little black book” I bought when I was 16 years old, so I could write in the names and phone numbers of girls I hoped I might go out with
We all know people who are, shall we say, “difficult.”
Here I look back at some old and classic children’s stories – from a contemporary perspective
In this educational and entertaining episode I talk about alpha males, beta males, and what makes you one or the other.
In this episode I take a lighthearted poke at some mottos of companies, colleges and countries.
What a commencement speaker might say if he were being truly realistic about what the future holds for today’s graduates.
Some people, mostly older ones, are embarrassed even to use the word old. Let’s put an end to that!
Curious about your self-esteem?