Humor Category Archive

How to Watch a Political Debate

Tuesday, January 19th, 2016

Since we’re in the midst of another election cycle in the USA, you may find yourself tempted to watch a political debate or two. But of course we all know what happens when you try to do that. First you get nauseous and vomit. And then you begin to fear for humanity itself. This is […]

10 Reasons You Should Vote for Me for President

Wednesday, October 17th, 2012

The U.S. Presidential elections are coming up soon. Instead of voting for those other guys who will just run you in circles, I’d like you to vote for me instead. I’m not officially on any ballots, so you’ll have to write in my name. My odds of getting elected may be slim since I’ve been […]

The New and Improved Map of Conscious Growth

Monday, August 22nd, 2011

I’m happy to announce that after years of hard work, I’m finally ready to share my new and improved map of conscious growth. This map works for individuals as well as for families, communities, countries, and the entire planet. You may have seen other maps of conscious growth such as those from David Hawkins, Ken […]

How To Do Everything Wrong

Monday, July 18th, 2011

While I normally write for people who are interested in improving their lives, I’m aware that many are committed to the opposite path. These people deliberately decline steps that would lead to measurable improvements. They prefer that everything goes wrong — for as long as possible. Sometimes they screw up and accidentally do something right. […]

Using Google+ Circles

Sunday, July 10th, 2011

Here are some suggestions for how you can use Google+ circles to intelligently segment your status updates. +Family: Still looking for a better job. There just isn’t much out there these days. I’ll keep pounding the pavement weekends and evenings till I find something though.¬†Sorry I can’t make it to the holiday thing this weekend, […]

Help Wanted

Friday, April 1st, 2011

I mentioned previously that I wanted to stop working as a solopreneur and build some staff this year. Well, the time has finally arrived. I’m ready to start recruiting some staff, so if the idea of working with me sounds interesting, please read on. If you’ve been reading my blog for a while, then you’d […]

10 Reasons I Disabled My Contact Form

Monday, October 18th, 2010

Here are some of the reasons I decided to disable my online contact form, as mentioned in this blog post. I already shared some of these in the forums, but I figured it would be fun to share them here as well. 1. I bought your game Dweep in 2002, but my hard drive crashed […]

Ludicrous Results

Tuesday, June 1st, 2010

When an idea is first conceived, it’s very easy to idealize it and see only the good aspects. In your imagination, anything is possible. But when ideas are implemented under real-world conditions, the results may not be what you’d expect. In fact, sometimes the results will be completely ludicrous. The Idea-Implementation Gap During the 1980s, […]

Jealousy

Wednesday, January 7th, 2009

This morning I said to Erin, “I don’t see how to become jealous. I mean… even if I wanted to try being jealous, how would I even do that?” Then I suggested, “Let’s be jealous of each other for one day. We’ll try it out to see what it’s like. It could be fun!” Erin […]

Zen Habits Interview, Facebook Page, Free Book Bonuses, and More

Wednesday, September 24th, 2008

If you’re up for some fresh content, Zen Habits just posted a monstrous new interview with me. Leo Babauta asked really good questions, so I gave them a lot of thought. This interview is very long — nearly 7,000 words — about the length of a typical book chapter. I promise you it isn’t fluff […]