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Creative Dating Ideas

I'm a published author, again. My assistant, Nikki, and I created a new e-book called 52 Great Dates. This e-book is for couples who are starting to get bored with the same old dates. If you and your spouse/girlfriend/boyfriend are getting bored because you do the same thing almost every weekend, or worse yet opt for doing nothing every weekend because you can't think of anything fun to do, this e-book is for you. The e-book contains 52 creative dates, one for each weekend of the year. The dates come in a wide variety. There are cheap dates, indoor dates, outdoor dates, winter dates and more. Some are great for first dates, double dates, group dates while others are designed for just the two of you during those intimate and sexy moments. There is a free download of a preview. The preview contains three free dates. The e-book is $12.95, which is less than $.25 per date. Can you afford a quarter? I hope you and your partner really enjoy this e-book. Check it out at w

Friday Funnies: Silly Hats

I like hats, particularly baseball caps. I probably have two dozen baseball caps, and I only have two dozen because I limit myself only to "must-have" hats. I don't wear them every day anymore, but in college I was rarely seen without a ratty old New York Mets cap. Since this post is not very interesting, and you probably don't care about my hat wearing habits, I'll just post this video that made me laugh.

New York Mets Fan Beats His Mother to Death

Reuters reported a tragic story today out of New York. A New York man has been charged with beating his mother to death with a barbell after losing his temper while watching a baseball game on television. Michael Anthony, 25, was watching the New York Mets lose a game on Saturday from his home in the borough of Queens when he began furiously banging on the walls, Queens District Attorney Richard Brown said in a statement on Monday. His father Fred Fischman shouted at him to stop, but Anthony punched him in the face and threw him to the ground, according to the criminal charges. When Anthony's mother, Maria Fischman, 61, tried to intervene, prosecutors said he stabbed her once in the head with a knife before chasing her into a bedroom where he struck her several times with the 20 pound (9 kilogram) barbell. My opinion: The only reason this made the news is because he was a Mets fan. Had he been a Yankees fan, it may have been forgiven. Had he been a Yankees fan, and she'd been