When #zlotybaby and I started this blog over 2 years ago we didn’t have any real concrete ideas about the direction it would take.It was born out of numerous conversations we were having with our friends about dating, love and romance.Plus, it's a thrilling adventure and a relentless race against time. Stay with us."Magic Man" Stories of ringmasters, impresarios, and magic men. Schwartz, Director of UNLV's Center for Gaming Research, tells the true tale of Jay Sarno, creator of Caesars Palace, Circus Circus, and modern Las Vegas, as featured in his book "Grandissimo: The First Emperor of Las Vegas." Next, Steve Spill, lifelong magician and creator of Magicpolis, reveals his secrets and stories from his new book "I Lie for Money: Candid, Outrageous Stories from a Magician's Misadventures." Some truly magical tales...stay with us."Adult Education" This American Wife is back from hiatus with two incredible stories of lessons learned.While we always planned on drawing inspiration from our own sad/happy/weird and wonderful experiences, very rarely is anything we mention in this blog so unique that any given post could be based on a single experience with a SPECIAL person.That said, if there was a particularly story or quote that was remarkable enough to receive a mention then I think we were always careful to protect the identity of the characters/tinder boys/dirty perves /sad spinsters; using pseudonyms only where they are absolutely necessary.but because he’s never managed to actually penetrate a woman, he’s still obsessed with “childish” things.Meanwhile, we live in a culture that glorifies male sexual conquests even as it pathologizes male sexuality.
Furthermore, we knew from discussions with people around us that most of us were going through similar things in their dating/romantic lives and therefore would be able to relate to our posts.
Also, our sister program All Things Ill-Considered presents hard-hitting and award-deserving journalism. "Human Nature" David Plotz of Atlas Obscura and the Slate Political Gabfest tells tales of political triumph and crushing defeat, and takes us on a journey to the most fascinating places on earth, some of which are right in our neighborhoods.
Nic Kelman has found a manual from Android Zero entitled "How to Pass as Human." It is a clear-eyed catalog of our behavior that will make you question what it means to be fundamentally human.
Richard Kramer wrote and directed many episodes of “Thirtysomething” and “My So Called Life,” and then he wrote a book “These Things Happen”, and then he came on the show to talk about it.
What happened next, no one can accurately describe.