Young adulthood is a time for experimentation. Careers, relationships, and state altering substances are just some of the things that are fair game. Now while I preach hugs over drugs ten times out of ten, I will say that something like steroids can be helpful for the terminally ill, injury prone, or those who suffer from a lifetime's supply of gangling awkwardness.
Being that it is America's past time, it's natural that baseball is this country's most over scrutinized sport. So what happens when the pressure gets dialed up? When the spotlight shines brightest? Verbal diarrhea. Some (like George Brett) talk actual diarrhea while some are trying to protect their credibility (I still believe in you, Brian McNamee). And others? Well others are dealing with their fate as marginally good (ahem Jason Giambiahem) by calling attention to a ridiculous (ly awesome?) bit of facial hair. Luckily for us the cameras and tape recorders were rolling for a lot of these little brain farts. Thanks for the consideration, fellas.
Don't crap where you eat. Don't dip your pen in the company ink. Don't photo copy your butt cheeks and make it the desktop image on all the office computers. Anyone else think these rules are more bogus than beneficial? Being professional at the work is a style cramper and instead of decreasing sexual tension, I'd much rather up the awkward ante. Here are some tips for all you readers who want to do the same.
It doesn't take an overpaid Hollywood executive to figure out how to make a summer blockbuster. In fact, we're pretty confident that any guy with a camera and YouTube account can whip up his own pretty quickly using our formula. Oh and you'll probably also need access to a few major Hollywood stars...but they shouldn't be too hard to find.
May 7, 2010