Wednesday, September 28, 2011

TQ Presents... TOAR

I generally try to put out three blog posts per week, but from time-to-time, I get caught up with other things: The Mrs., work, football, etc. So, I figured, why not solicit some of my favorite bloggers to take up the slack for me. Yeah, that's right, I can facilitate my blogging duties to others! How lazy wonderful is that?

So, I've asked TOAR to grace my blog with her zaniness! Well, I'll let her tell you about herself...

"F&#K You & Your Fetishes"

It's TOAR!
Aye, what the fuck ‘chu looking at? Oh yeah, I forgot. I am here because Q wanted to take a Lazy Week. At least he has the brains to recruit guest bloggers to keep making him money while he is gone; unlike me. I swear I better get a cut or it’s gonna be a fucking problem. Anyway - - I am TOAR from Thoughts of a Randomista.

I seriously don’t think that I need an introduction but I noticed that Q gained a few new followers; so to all the people who know me - - What up? To the followers who have yet to endure the weird ass ride of TOAR - - Welcome to my world of “Random Writing Chaos!” I drop ‘F’ bombs and say Bitch regularly. I have been featured on Q’s “Talk 2 Q” radio show & anything else he can conjure up in his mind for bloggers-like-me-to-participate-in-just-because-I-am-too-nice-to-say-no – just kidding about the nice part. You can say that Q and I never see eye to eye but we love each other none the less. I won’t be surprised if he edits this post. *pretty girl shrug* If this is not enough about me, read this post, visit my blog linked above, or follow me on twitter @BeauTAILful7.

Now that I am done being pleasant rude as fuck –here is more; what is up with these fetishes? People get turned on by the weirdest shit. I am not talking about normal common fetishes like feet or strippers. Don’t get me wrong with some of the things that makes me horny wet (yeah, I like that word better) can come off a little suspect but in no way shape or form will I dress up like a fucking infant and suck on “mommy’s milk.”

Yeah I said it! Why do GROWN ass men think they can dress up in a diaper and suck on my titties while I am still lactating? There are so many points I have to make right now.

A) YOU are a grown ass man, not a baby. Just because women have the stereotypical role as your caregiver does not mean that I am going to resort to being your ass wiper! You cannot dress up like a baby one minute when you want some ass then turn around and want me to treat you like a “REAL MAN” ----FUCK that you pansy!

B) If I am still lactating, doesn’t that mean that there is a baby somewhere nearby? I heard (because I do not have kids), that breast feeding hurts like a motherfucker with a baby that is all gums. So I have to sit here and let you KNAW on my pretty ass titties with your GROWN-MAN ASS TEETH?! Hell-TO-THE-FUCK-no. My titties might already go from this ( ∙ ) ( ∙ ) to this (_)(_) without your help. *SHE AIN’T GOT NO NIPPLLLLEESS* in my Kevin Hart Voice.

C) Lastly, why you gotta wear a diaper though? You getting old already which means eventually you can enjoy your diaper wearing fetish at a later age. I mean sure, wanting to taste the milk - - I can go that far but the outfit too? COME ON!


There are so many more that I can talk about – but I think I will wait for my next guest post. But before I go, let me tell you some of my fetishes – nothing as extravagant as tit knaw-ing.

I love Bow Ties. OMG! Take off all your clothes and rub your bow tie on my cooter… please! Oh Yes! Right there.. uhmm.. – Oh my bad I’ll move on now.

I like NICELY maintained dreads with gold in the mouth. I think that is because I am from Detroit and people don’t do that shit here. It’s Trifling.

That is about it I think. If I think of something else I’ll let you know but in the meantime, tell me your fetishes! What do you like or love? What have you heard that is just ratchet and make you say “Hell-to-the-FUCK-no”? Don’t Be Shy =)

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Sunday, September 25, 2011

TQ Presents... @Ida_homie

It's vacation time in the Q household.  The Mrs. has a birthday coming up this weekend, so I've decided to put my posting duties down and spend some extra time with her this week.  I generally try to put out three blog posts per week, but from time-to-time, I get caught up with other things: The Mrs., work, football, etc. So, I figured, why not solicit some of my favorite bloggers to take up the slack for me. Yeah, that's right, I can facilitate my blogging duties to others! How lazy wonderful is that?

So, I've asked Brandon from My Own Private Idaho to grace my blog with his wit! If you're unfamiliar with Mr. Lost in Idaho, he's been in the blogging game for less than a year, but has managed to attract more followers than a Kardashian. Mainly because of the number of topics he discusses along with the Tosh.0-esque humor that goes with it. Well, I'll let him do his thing...

"Sexting 101"

As you know, smartphones and hi-res cameraphones are making it easier and easier to share tawdry photos with one another. (Example: Scarlett Johansson’s recent headlines) We, as a society, have gone from phone sex to text-message sex to sexting (sending nude pictures to each other) all in the course of a few years.

But this isn’t news to you. You’ve probably done it. I have. It’s fun, sexy, and (when done right) a great way to spice things up.

What I would like to help with, however, is making sure you don’t look like an idiot doing it. Guys, this post is for you, to help you sext with the best of them.

Now, the female form is a beautiful thing, and translates well into pictures. They have a lot of features that are sexy: Legs, butt, breasts, etc. A woman can take a picture of any part, at any angle and make it look insanely hot.

Guys don’t have a lot going for them. I’m an overweight guy, so taking a picture of my beer belly or man boobs is going to scare a woman away.  I have one part that looks sexy, and only one.

I’ll give you a hint… if you ask TOAR, it looks like raw chicken

Yes, the man muscle. The disco stick, the pocket rocket, the one-eyed wonder weasel. Whatever you’ve named yours, it is your greatest asset in the sexting game. And if you can take the right picture, you can impress your friend on the receiving end, to make her *on* the receiving end.

A word of warning: 4 pictures out of 5 will look unflattering. You know the saying “Objects in mirror may seem smaller?” Yeah. Like that.

She doesn’t look impressed, does she?

Yeah, she definitely isn’t impressed…

Learn the art of angles. Learn to take up the entire screen. Try to make it seem powerful. Intimidating. Something your text-mate would actually desire.

I’m 5’10”. My trouser-tackle is one-tenth of the size of the rest of me, and even smaller when asleep. (I’m a grower, not a shower…) Add a gut to the mix, and I could come across as looking like I’m packing a tater-tot, or hung like a Crayola. If I’m sexting a girl, trying to woo her into bed, she isn’t going to be turned on if it looks like she’s not going to be able to feel a thing…

Long story short, use trial and error.  If you have a female friend with an objective opinion, ask for feedback. Or, when in doubt, watch this video from Saturday Night Live:

Next guest post... TOAR. Be afraid. Be very afraid.

Thursday, September 22, 2011

How Do You Protect Your Brand?

This post first appeared as a guest post on

Although we don't realize it, our reputation does actually precede us. So many of us go through life not realizing that there is a consequence, good or bad, for every single thing that we do. A series of consequences eventually turn into a reputation. Your reputation is your brand.

"Just do it" and the Swoosh logo are Nike's brands. Nike works hard in order to preserve it so that nothing negative is associated with their brand. Because if something negative (* cough * sweat shops) gets associated with their brand, then it can hurt their bottom line.

People are the same way. If you're associated with negativity, then your brand will be tarnished and it will affect your "bottom line" or in a non-business case, your popularity. Although being popular isn't the end-all, be-all, it is important to be liked. It's even more important to be loved. In order to attract anyone capable of giving you that feeling, your brand has to be above reproach.

So, the question that I ask you is: how do you protect your brand?

It's easier said than done for some. So many of us do things that seem justified at the time and eventually the situation turns South. Here are a few examples:

- I'm sure there are plenty of men and women out there who wish they'd never made a sex tape with their ex. The ex gets pissed and the next thing you know, your video is all over the Web. Instead of being newly single and coming out of a relationship with a good rep, you're now being called a "hoe" in public. Even if you performed like a 5-star porn star on the tape, do you really want that to be your only claim to fame? Probably not... unless your name is Montana Fishburne.

- I know there are people out there who wish there was a delete button on the internet that would completely remove all of the bad things you posted about your boss and/or co-workers. You would love to remove those things that wound up in print, on their desks, thanks to one of your Facebook "friends." Whatever you put on the Web is there for everyone to see forever. Let that sink in. Forever.

- We all wish we could take back that impulsive moment where we snapped on someone verbally or even worse, physically. Now we're labeled as "abusive" or "crazy" and will spend the rest of our lives shedding that image. We've all had jobs where we refer to someone as "the crazy chick" or "psycho dude." Sometimes, all it takes is just one Chris Brown-esque snap to forever be labelled in a negative fashion.

Now, some people say that they don't care what people think of them. That's not true. They're lying to themselves if they say that. We all care about what people think. Even the most obnoxious person will break down at some point because the weight of being unliked becomes too much to bear. Don't subject yourself to that.

Have pride in your brand and others will respect and adore it.

It's not difficult to do. Engage your brain before putting your mouth into gear. Don't ever think "what are the odds something will go wrong" when posting something on a social networking site that insults someone. Lastly, you should never physically or verbally assault someone.

If you follow those simple rules, then maybe you'll wind up more like Google and less like Enron.

Monday, September 19, 2011

Bounced Out of Contention

Bounce TV is a new television station scheduled to launch on September 26th. It is majority-owned by and will cater to black people. Being that I'm black, you would probably think I wouldn't have a problem with this, now would you?

Well, I don't. Kinda.

First, let me get out the good things about the station: it claims that it will feature positive programming for black people which is something that is lacking on television now. Pretty much every show on TV that stars a majority black cast is usually a comedy. They did try a crime-time drama on NBC last year called "Undercovers," but let's be honest, that show just sucked. I've seen better writing on bathroom walls than what their script contained. At least they tried, right?

And let's not talk about B.E.T. That station is junk and has been for over a decade as far as I'm concerned. B.E.T. was once a reputable media outlet for black people to be entertained, but it eventually turned into an outlet that is detrimental to the black community (along with mainstream radio). Their only focus now is broadcasting as much violence, materialism and sexual exploits as possible because of its selling power. So, although they're very successful in pushing crap into the black community, they fail to understand the concept of ethical responsibilities. But, I do think that black parents (or lack thereof) are the true failures when it comes subjecting our children to the media's poison. So, I'm not placing blame on B.E.T. for their selection of greed over cultural responsibility when I rant about them. And I also think Bounce TV can pick up the slack and possibly make B.E.T. even more irrelevant.

BET's meal ticket TV show, "The Game."

Having a TV station featuring movies like "The Wiz" and shows like "Judge Hatchett" isn't a bad thing at all. Mix in documentaries, specials, sports from HBCU's (historically black colleges/universities) and you have something positive for black people to watch, right?

Here's where the "kinda" comes in. I don't like media that is strictly marketed to black people and I'll tell you why and give you an example:
Over ten years ago (along with and for Hispanics), BP started and greatly contributed to what we now know today as social networking. Before MySpace, Facebook and Twitter, BP allowed you to have friends in a community in which to connect with on a regular basis. In fact, the creators of MySpace have even credited BP for influencing their site.

Now, MySpace, FB and Twitter each more than double BP's current subscription base. Why? I think it's because they didn't limit their marketing to one race.

That's what I dislike about black-owned medias. Why limit yourself to only one race? Imagine if BlackPlanet would have just been "The Planet." Could they have been the first Facebook? Could the story of Mark Zuckerburg been replaced by the story of BP founder, Benjamin Sun? It doesn't mean that the site could not have catered to and promoted black material, but why announce that a media outlet is for black people by black people and reduce the incentive for other races to join?

ABC, NBC, CBS and FOX don't carry what I would call "black programming," yet black people watch these stations just like everyone else. But, what if ABC changed its name to W.E.T. (White Entertainment Television)? How many black people would even bother to flip to that station to see what's on? I doubt that many would even give the station a chance. They would think that the station doesn't contain programming of their taste thus eliminating viewers who may have found something that they liked or at least given it a chance. Think of how many white people would have never seen "Sanford & Son," "The Jeffersons," "The Cosby Show," "The Fresh Prince of Bel Air" or "The Bernie Mac Show" had they all aired on B.E.T.

Do you see my point?

"Hey, Uncle Phil!  Follow my man, Q's blog!"
So, Bounce TV, I wish you so much success. You're launching in quite a few households across the country, so a lot of people will have access to you. But, with the marketing targeting only black people in a country full of so many nationalities, how many people will watch? I hope that your early promotions catering to only blacks don't bounce you out of contention before you even get started.

Now that I think about it, I just don't see how we can ever find equality if we're still promoting exclusion.

Friday, September 16, 2011

Mommy, Look At The Penguins!

This post first appeared as a guest post on

"Mommy, look at the penguins!" is what I would imagine hearing from a child who is visiting the United States for the first time. This imaginary child from a foreign land would not be referring to the frigid birds of the tundra, but instead... idiots and their sagging pants.

My mom and / or dad would have stapled my pants up to my nipples before they let me walk around sagging like a convict. Yes, I said convict. After all, that's where the trend allegedly got its start.

Prisoners were forbidden to wear belts in jail because some of them would use the belt to hang themselves. As a result of being beltless, the pants they wore tended to sag. This made it more difficult to commit suicide and it also made it more difficult to run when trying to escape custody. It was also stated that the men wearing their pants "extra low" were some other prisoner's "hoe." Some how in the 90's, this prison trend crept its way into hip hop culture and has now infected our kids. I'm guessing because they're too stupid to research the origin of things.

Now, let me state this first: I have no problem with kids having trends. I participated in some trends as a youth and I understand how cool it looks when you're young. That's why you have to be a certain age to drink because youngsters are naturally stupid and can't tell "cool" from "fool" very easily. What I don't understand is how something so flat-out laughable has become cool. People used to moon other people as a joke, but now it's a fashion trend to see someone's butt. No longer do you have to go to a strip club or call a plumber in order to see a butt crack.

Can anyone under 25 years old explain to me how pulling up your pants every three steps and walking like a penguin is cool?

If you were a prisoner, wouldn't this be more of an invitation that a fashion statement?

Monday, September 12, 2011

I'm In Love With A Stripper!

I'm sure some of my readers recognize that blog title as a song from the radio. Ladies, have you ever wondered what makes a man visit a strip club?

Well, I'll break it down for you the best that I can. I won't discuss the guys who fantasize about sleeping with the strippers because these are simply pervs. They will pay the stripper's bills, but will stalk her afterwards. I'm talking about the normal guys who don't have a stripper's photo surrounded by burning incense in the basement. I'm talking about normal guys like me.

Now, first of all, I haven't been in a strip club in over a decade, but I did hang out there now and then back when I first moved out of my parents' house. At first, it was just to hang out with the guys and try something new. Of all of the movies I'd seen about them, I really didn't expect much from going, but I was pretty surprised.

There was good music, expensive great drinks and beautiful women. And these women recognize a fresh wallet when you walk through the door. They will immediately flock to you to be the first to get you to part with your paycheck. However, that attention is a boost to a man's ego. And we all know that a man's ego controls his brain. That's what keeps men at the nudie bar. The attention. Now, some ladies are saying, "well, I pay my man attention at home."

That may be true to an extent, but let's be honest: some men are going to go look at other women just because they can. But, for the average guys like me and my friends, we enjoyed hanging out at these clubs because of the heightened attention we received. You're treated like a celebrity when you go into a strip club. Women are all over you as soon as you come through the door and people are bringing you drinks. Your every need is being catered to by good-looking women.

When a man's ego is being stroked, he doesn't care why it's happening, only that it's happening.

Contrary to what women may think they're doing for their significant other, it may not compare to what Cinnamon and Trixie are doing down at "Tall Tails." So, ladies, if you have a man, then do him a solid now and then. Tell him before he comes home to stop by the ATM. Turn on some music and fix him a drink. Put on some sexy attire and commence to shake what your momma gave you.

How low can you go?

Now I was single at the time, so there was nothing at home for me, but what kept me going every Friday night was the booty shaking. The club I frequented was like walking into a Ludacris video. The booties didn't just clap, they gave a round of applause. And a male never gets tired of seeing booty shaking (as shown in the video below). However, at some point, you have to grow up and do other things with your money. I visited the strip club for roughly every Friday night for two months before I decided enough was enough. It was fun while it lasted, but knowing that these women were going to get you all "charged up" only to go home alone got old. I started seeing too many pathetic old men and some of those aforementioned stalkers and realized I didn't want to be in a place with those types. There was one guy that we met there who was in his early 50's, married 30 years and claimed that he spends roughly $500-$700 a week in the club. The girls knew him by name and he probably put so many of them through school that they have a scholarship named after him. After all, strippers are just trying to put themselves through college, right? :)

I didn't want to be "that guy." I've never wanted to be the old man in the dance club and I definitely didn't want to be the old man at the strip club. That's not to say I wouldn't go to a strip club again, but I'll never be a weekly customer any more. After a while, you have to realize that if you put dollars into the g-string of your wife/girlfriend at home, then you're probably getting more than just a lap dance.

Saturday, September 10, 2011

Do You Read Books?

Speaking of books... 
So, we're chillin' in downtown Jackson last Saturday night, right? The Mrs. and I are having a conversation with someone we know when I see someone out of the corner of my eye.

It was a young guy, maybe mid-20's, who looked somewhat presentable. I mean, he didn't look homeless or anything, but his clothes definitely could have used an iron. He was carrying something a little bigger than a shoe box and he just walked up about 10 feet from us and stopped.

I didn't make eye contact initially because I wasn't quite sure if he wanted our attention since he was standing so far away. But, "curiosity killed the cat" and I had to take a look. That was his cue to start his sales pitch: "Do you read books?"

"What?," I said knowing that I heard the question, but thought it was an odd inquiry.

"Do you all read books?," he repeated.

At this time, I'm staring at The Mrs. and our associate. "Do we read books?" What else do you do with books? Maybe even out a table leg or something now and then, but you're supposed to read or color in them, right? After a two or three seconds of confusion, it dawns on me that this guy is trying to sell books. Duh!

"Uh, nah, playa, we don't want to buy any books," I replied.

Then he goes to his backup plan: "Do you like candles?"

The guy is basically talking without opening his mouth, so it's difficult to understand him. So, I thought he asked me if I "lite candles." Duh, yeah, everyone lites candles, right? Wait. No, that's not what he said. "Uh, no we don't want any candles either, bro."

He simply turns around and disappears into the night. Now, I'm not a salesperson by any means, but I think my sales pitch would have been much better than "do you read books or do you like candles?"

Maybe I need Lost in Idaho (Brandon) to give some sales tips for this guy.

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Bloggers Do It Better

Yeah, I said it! Bloggers are better than the people you see on FOX News, MSNBC, Headline News, etc. We're even better than radio/TV types like The View, Tom Joyner, Dr. Oz, etc. That's right. All day! Now some of you are saying to yourselves, "how is a blogger smarter than a Bill O'Reilly or an Anderson Cooper or anyone who does that type of work for a living?"

Well, it's not to say that we're smarter (even though some of us may be). It's because bloggers have one thing on their side when it comes to creating a post of our opinion:


You see, bloggers aren't handcuffed by sponsors. We don't have to worry about our opinions causing us to lose our blog. We can say whatever we want and if you don't like it, then you can either comment on what pissed you off or simply choose not to follow. And as far as the blogger is concerned, if you don't like it, then so be it. It was still something he/she felt needed to be said. Some bloggers don't care if they're popular, they only care that their message is being read. Radio and TV types don't have that same agenda. It's not about being right or about giving the listeners/viewers what they want. It's about the money.

Example: One of my favorite shows was on ESPN back in the day. It was called Playmakers. It was a show that was based on the lives of athletes in a pro football league who indulged in infidelity and drug use. This show raised a red flag with the NFL since Playmakers was being compared to it. Since the NFL had a contract with ESPN for weekly games, they threatened to end that relationship with ESPN if the show wasn't canceled. Well, guess what happened? It only aired for one season. Despite the huge ratings for ESPN's show (and DVD sales), it had to 'go the way of the dinosaur' because money trumped freedom to create/express. It wasn't about what the people wanted to see, it was about losing money from the NFL yanking games from them.
Best scripted sports show ever.
Do you think if Tide sponsored The View and had a product recall, that they would tolerate Whoopi running her mouth off about it? Nope. They would threaten to pull their sponsorship which means that ABC would push the mute button on her.

Bloggers don't have that issue. That's why I can say "AT&T and oil companies suck" because none of them are paying my bills. And for the company that does pay my bills, if I don't want to say something that will get me in trouble with my job, then I would just write under a fake name. It's just that simple for a blogger to have an unbiased opinion.

The bottom line is: bloggers are free to express the truth. That's what we all want, right? It doesn't mean that we're always right because we're not all experts in the things we post. But, whatever it is we're discussing, you know that it's not likely to be influenced by any one and that whatever we're typing is something that we actually believe.

So, turn off CNN and turn on BlogTalkRadio and get the real scoop. Put down the USA Today and read a blog and get the real scoop.  The unedited scoop. Get the information that you can actually use that will require you to think instead of having someone on TV do it for you.

Introducing Mylauney!

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I was honored with the opportunity to interview the lovely Mylauney Billups of! Mylauney is a relationship expert who is blowing up on Twitter! I really enjoyed chatting with her as we discussed repeat offenders, communicating in relationships, roles within a marriage structure and more!  Give the podcast a listen and remember that you can follow the show on iTunes!

Check out Mylauney and her wisdom over at

Sunday, September 4, 2011

Freak Me, Baby!

Okay, now that I have your attention... A question came up during my interview on Looking For My Spouse Radio last week:

Should a woman go "Jenna Jameson" on a man during their first sexual encounter?
Grab the camera, baby!

In other words, the first time she gets with a man, should she let herself go and use every move that she has? Or should she show him just a little bit more of her arsenal with each experience?

Now, there are two ways to look at this: if you decide to break out the lubes, gerbils, jumper cables and a tarp to spread on the floor, then it could cause a bit of anxiety with the man. Especially, if he's old school.

Some of the traditional men think that the freakiness of a long-term sexual relationship should evolve over time. If a woman breaks out the whips and chains on sex night #1, then the average traditional man will think that she's "been around the block" and will consider her as a "freak." More than likely, this means that any chance of something long term will end after that evening. Is it fair? Maybe not, but it's reality. Guys know that every woman they meet isn't a virgin, but if they're going to consider that woman for something long term, then they may not be comfortable with the fact that she appears to have tons of experience. Even if she's only been with one or two guys before, a lady breaking out a camcorder and tripod the very first time could scare off the guy. Now, of course this doesn't apply to one-night stands. Anything goes when there's no future planned between the two.

Now, let's look at this from another point of view. And this may be from a more modern view. Some guys don't want a corpse in bed. They want a woman who is going to "bring it" like a $1,000 hooker. To them, if a woman is not holding anything back the first time they have sex, then she's being true to herself. She's allowing her passion to take over her actions and that lack of restraint could mean a lifetime of pleasure for him. In his mind, she is so comfortable with her sexuality and him, that she's allowing her desires to take over the situation. So, even if she asks to be spanked, he's more willing to oblige because he realizes and accepts the fact that whatever sex happened prior to him is simply "the past" and her only focus is "the present."

No, not "whipped cream," I said, "whip, scream."

Besides, aren't women allowed to enjoy sex, too? Should women be bound to traditional concepts and suppress what they're really feeling just to maintain an image in bed? How stupid is that? Before my interview on LFMS Radio, I would have fallen into that traditional line of thinking. Hearing someone's point of view on the topic actually made me reconsider. Back when I was single, a woman who got all Vivid Video with me would have scared me off. In fact, it did happen with one lady in particular. She did way too much way too soon (first date) and before I knew her last name, I knew how flexible she was. Fast forward to today, if I were in that same position (no pun intended), I'd be a little more understanding of what happened. Now, I still would not have considered this particular young lady as long term material because on that first date, I determined that she was a straight hood rat. LOL! But, I wouldn't have let her appetite for destruction in the bedroom deter me.

So, fellas, let's cut the women some slack. If they want to let it all hang out (literally), then don't assume it's because she took classes at the Bunny Ranch or something. Regardless of where her ideas originate, just be thankful that she wants to share them with you. Even if it's not your thing, it would be unfair to pass judgement on her. She's not a ho because she enjoys sex. She's just a human being who likes sex. Women deal with too many double standards as it is. No one would say anything if a man asked a woman if he could "wheelbarrow" her against the headboard during their first time. That's just a "man being a man," right?

Well, when can a "woman just be a woman?" Don't you want a woman who enjoys sex? Hello?

Forget tradition. I want her to do me like I owe her a mule.

Saturday, September 3, 2011

My 1st Interview!

Well, let me correct myself: my first full-length interview. My first actual radio interview was on Real Talk Live back in early August. I'm some where in the first 10 minutes of the show, if I recall. Well, on August 30th, I appeared on the Looking For My Spouse Radio Show! Click here to support and check me out as I discuss marriage from a man's point of view. As usual, I didn't hold anything back!

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Here's the promo from the LFMS show host, Tracy: 
"August is MAN MONTH for LookingForMySpouse Radio! We will be interviewing only men which will allow us as women to hear first-hand directly from them. Ladies: get ready and be open and receptive to the valuable information they will provide. Men: Bring additional questions/comments to the table. This forum is open to both singles and married folks. Exciting guests scheduled to appear with much needed discussion.​ingformyspouse for show schedule."

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