Tiger Woods spoke in a press conference just now. Here’s what I got out of it:
Tiger looks good. It doesn’t look like he went through plastic surgery.
According to the written speech, he’s deeply sorry for his selfish and irresponsible behavior.
He’s not as good at reading as he is at golf.
He did better than Chris Brown did, at least.
He sounds rather robotic, like “YABBA. DABBA. DOO”.
Tiger Woods does a lot for the children of the world, and he’s dedicated to making sure that continues.
He’s reading off of a paper to express that he didn’t get jacked up by his wife, Elin.
Tiger was taught to believe in core values, but he convinced himself that normal rules didn’t apply. He never thought about who he was hurting. He thought only about himself. He thought he could get away with anything he wanted to. Continue reading “Tiger Woods Press Conference Takeaways”
First things First… There are Sex Addicts and there are guys that like to ****.
There are guys that like to **** several chicks consecutively or simultaneously.
There are guys that would **** all day if they could.
There are guys that would **** on a box, near a fox, or while eating Green Eggs & Ham and NOT *ONE* of these guys are ADDICTS. O_o
Somehow.. It’s become trendy that when dudes get busted doing what they like to do, they can now rely on this little automatic backup parachute that’s triggered after your main parachute fails you while you’re plummeting towards the Earth while skydiving, which is called SEX REHAB!!! 😀
Back in the day, chicks were just SOL when their man got busted cheating. \o/ If it was a politician, the chick did the Perp Walk with him to the podium and stood there like a small child that didn’t understand English while her husband admitted to The Entire World that even though he’s married to this chick next to him, he likes to “Get In where he Fit In”.
Meanwhile, dude’s pockets were SOL when she did the Eddie Murphy on him and shuffled off to Buffalo with HALF!!! 😀 haha That was the arrangement. Do what you can until you get busted and then you lose your main chick, probably your kids and definitely your money.
At some point, some genius figured out that there was a way to keep the chick, kids & cash. They changed the response for “How come you did XYZ with that chick?” from “I felt like it” or “That’s what I do” or “She was there” to “I’m addicted to women?.. and I need… HELP?” Continue reading “Sex Addiction Therapy & Rehab?”
My homegirl Gaby, whom I’ve known for years, remarked one day about my photo sets that she was glad to finally have seen the same girl twice in my pictures, hahaha 😀
Until she said that, I really hadn’t thought about it. My life is basically spur of the moment. I never have the same day twice in a row unless I’m working for the same client two days in a row, which STILL isn’t the same day, because the video is closer to completion and in a different state today than it was yesterday. To me, it counts as the same day, because I know where I’m going and what I’m going to do before I wake up that day. Yuck. :/
Similarly, I don’t know what chick(s) I want to spend time with until I feel like spending time with them. It’s a craving, like how pregnant chicks want pickles in their ice cream. 😀 (Is that actually true? I think I saw that on The Flintstones one time? haha). This causes scheduling conflicts because I can’t make plans a week in advance to spend time with a gal because I don’t know if I’m going to crave her when that particular day comes around. If I’m not feelin’ her that day and I spend time with her anyway, I can’t bring my A-game to the table and honestly don’t even really care about spending time with her. Continue reading “Running Dogs”
Bill Cammack, Star & Neal Downing @ the RealFans.TV kickoff party
I read Eric Woods‘ article, “I think I may be addicted to the Internet” on March 8th, 2009 and I’m writing my blog response more than two months later, on May 19th, 2009, because I’ve been too busy on the internet to address it sooner. 🙂
Some people say that internet addiction exists and some say that it doesn’t. Some prefer to call the situation internet overuse. Either way, let’s look at those terms.
According to Webster’s, an addiction is: “2: compulsive need for and use of a habit-forming substance (as heroin, nicotine, or alcohol) characterized by tolerance and by well-defined physiological symptoms upon withdrawal ; broadly : persistent compulsive use of a substance known by the user to be harmful“. Similarly (yet differently), Overuse is “too much use”.
This means that in order to define Internet Addiction or Internet Overuse, we would have to determine what’s “too much use”, and what constitutes a “compulsive need for and use of a habit-forming substance”. Here’s the problem with these definitions… Continue reading “Internet Addiction or Overuse?”
This is a response to Bobby Miller’s Huffington Post article, “Has the Internet Killed ‘The Experience’?”. There’s a word limit on HuffPo responses, so I only really got to print HALF of what I said, so here’s the entire comment:
ok. I see what you mean. That’s a good point, and yes… I was referring to the use of social media to make people aware of what I wrote or a video I created.
To directly answer your question, I have *NEVER* received an IRL comment about something that I Twittered which was an actual status update. Then again, I don’t Twitter actual status updates. 🙂
To use your example of television, I really enjoy this season of “24”. While I’m watching it, and great stuff is happening, I definitely have the urge to inform whomever cares to listen that I’m having a quality experience right now, and this is why. I’m not saying “I. Am. Watching. “24”. Right. Now.”, but instead, I’m letting other people know what I consider valuable so that if they feel that I have any taste in selecting decent entertainment, they might check it out themselves and have a good time. Continue reading “Internet vs. “The Experience””