Being a diehard sports addict makes one subject to lots of highs and lows that one has very little, if any, influence over. It’s quite the wild ride, and perhaps it’s even more outrageous when you’re a Philadelphia sports fan. I’m not saying that I recommend this type of addictive, vicarious life; I just try to do justice to what is when I ruminate on it.
This Wednesday’s Wordapod is for those who may want concrete proof that there is stupidity and cluelessness surrounding them. Stupometer is one of over 250 new Wordapods to be found in Wordapodia, Volume One: An Encyclopedia of Real Fake Words.
A few weeks ago, it occurred to me that I had never read anything by Stephen King. That factoid didn’t fill me with pride. I have absolutely nothing against the man—who may be the most famous and prolific living American author, if statistics like numbers of titles, movie adaptations and book sales mean anything.
I was watching the movie Stand By Me with my son when…
What is the mindset of a successful, dynamic public speaker? For me, it all starts with the Four Hs.
Huh? No, that’s not one of them. And the Four Hs are not (while admirably used for about 100 years by a certain international youth organization of a similar name): head, hands, heart and health.
This Wednesday’s Wordapod is for all of us vegetable admirers and non-eaters. VEGESTARIAN is one of many such enjoyable new Wordapods to be found in Wordapodia, Volume One: An Encyclopedia of Real Fake Words.