What is up with all the dudes I am seeing in NYC lately wearing wigs on their heads? I mean really guys you are fooling nobody. Some of them look like you should have a chin strap attached to it. Others look like a dead animal is perched atop your noggins. Then there are those that just make no sense such as the older guys with grey hair peeking out under a dark brown/black hair piece and they look like hair helmets. Are men in this city so vain and insecure that they feel the need to modify what nature has given them in their DNA? We all know that most times male pattern baldness is caused by genetics and there is no real way to change that unless you go for the expensive hair follicle replacement procedures you see in all those infomercials. Men just seem to have such an inferiority complex when it comes to the hair thing. Those commercials do crack me up. Continue reading Don’t wig out on me man!
The things that I just spontaneously happen upon when walking around NYC. There is hidden signage everywhere, and some in plain sight! I got a chuckle out of these. It also helps to have a warped mind!
Nothing tastes better than sweet revenge! Yet, I would guess this gelato might taste a bit salty.
Damn, even Starbucks admits it. Yet, I still go there.
Well, isn’t this what the government pretty much does anyway?
It just seems very appropriate that while I am currently flying over America at an altitude of 30,000 feet on my way to Las Vegas that my first guest post is from a guy that seems to live his life in airplanes, and is also a frequent business and world traveler. In fact, he goes by the name “The Guy” and his blog is one that I do enjoy reading. Terrific posts and pics that describe his travels, whether it be the cities he explores, the airlines he takes, or the trials and tribulations of getting around. Give his blog a read, as he offers some great tips if you are looking to travel abroad. Plus, he occasionally goes on a rant as I do!
Take it away Guy! (I sure do love in-flight wifi!)
The Frustration Of Driving, Anywhere!
A few decades ago it was considered a privilege and an honour for the few. Those were special times of sparse roads and few petrol stations. Now cars are everywhere and the frustration of driving is shared by many.
Only a decade ago my trips to India and China saw relatively clear roads compared to the West. Now with these up and coming economies you risk your life if you dare ride a bicycle on these roads. Cars are anywhere and everywhere.
So as an experienced and accomplished driver for many years, without any fines or penalties, I suffer frustration at the attitude of other drivers. So what are some of my frustrations of driving? Continue reading Guest post on the Frustration of Driving, Anywhere!
As I travel back and forth to work each day it never ceases to amaze me the things I see on the NYC subway. In just these past few days back at work after the Easter weekend I have viewed Subway Douchebaggery at it’s finest!
Here’s a quick rundown of some things that people have done or keep doing that boils my blood –
Stepping on my just shined shoes. Really? At least say “excuse me” and don’t pretend like you didn’t do it!
Eating food that smells like dirty ass in the train. Of all the spots in NYC that you could plop down to eat your meal you choose the dirty subway and a crowded rush hour car to do it? Yuck. Continue reading Why Make The Rat Race Worse Than It Is?