The Kvetching Professor recognized long ago that American marriages were in trouble, and being the problem-solver he is, he came up with some ideas to make it much easier to stay married
Did you ever find that the search for calm can make you anxious? The Kvetching Professor can relate.
In this episode, the Kvetching Professor looks at a bunch of candidates for the role of life-ruiner.
The Kvetching Professor talks about some of the “joys” he’s experienced as he’s gotten older. Like, guys don’t pick fights with you anymore.
“Socially Conditioned To Be Wild.”
Don’t put something so important in the hands of fate.
A little humor about a noble profession.
Call me a nut, but this is a better lifestyle.
Kermet Apio believes pie is the key to the universe. And he’s not afraid to say so.
The Kvetching Professor thought he was Mr. Cool…until…
Why do I have stay on hold for half a day waiting to speak to someone if your outgoing recording says my call is “so important?”
How has the concept of the “cool guy” changed?
James Stafford, in defense of cobras for self-defense.
Less, more, better, worse but does it makes us happy?
Today, we call it climate change, and that is progress?
What does Plato have to say about diners, bars and the human soul? Tune into The Kvetching Professor as he looks at the intriguing question of why there are so many bar fights but so few diner fights