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?
Find out what it feels like to be a real professor.
English has borrowed lots of words.
The Kvetching Professor talks with Irwin Sperber, professor of sociology at the State University of New Palz. Both are dads.
One day when I was doing some decluttering, I came across something I just couldn’t toss. It was my junior high school autograph album – from 1956! Have 12- and 13-year-old boys and girls changed in the last 60+ years? Listen to what they wrote back then, and you decide.
I’m the opposite of a Jack Kerouac, “On the Road” type of guy.
Humorous suggestions for dealing with some of the difficulties we typically have in a marriage.
In this episode, the Kvetching Professor (who’s been married for 48 years!) will tell you all about how to get past a dull and drab marriage.
— While I taught for many years, I don’t know if I was always so teachable myself. But here, presented with my usual style of humor, are some instances where I definitely have been open to learning and change. I think at least one of these (#2) could be valuable for all of us. —…
Mark Sherman talks with Howard Sachar on The Kvetching Professor.
When you go to a healthcare professional, you may not be happy with what he or she says about your health, but you don’t expect the visit will make you feel bad about the way you look.
The Kvetching Professor interviews psychologist and poet (and funny guy) Arnie Weiner.
Even the Kvetching Professor has little to kvetch about compared to people who work so hard as servers in restaurants.