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- Mother Nature–The Earth Day Interviewby Jack Goldenberg on April 21, 2021 at 7:31 pm
An Up-Close and Personal Interview with the Supreme Arbiter of Nature–Featuring 21 Simple Things Humans Can Do to Help Reverse Climate Change INT: I know you’re busy. Thanks for the Interview. May I call you Mother Nature? MOTHER NATURE: You can call me Mother Nature, Mother Earth, or Gaia. Just don’t call me late for
- The Shocking Truth: Corn Flakes? Or Sex? Plus, John Lennon’s To-do Listby Jack Goldenberg on May 22, 2020 at 5:38 pm
Don’t Miss: 1. The Shocking Truth About Kellogg’s Corn Flakes 2. Do These Leased Jeans Make Me Look Fat? 3. The Importance of Brevity. 4. Computers: Female or Male? 5. Goldenberg Reveals How He Maintains his Youthful Looks. 6. For Sale: John Lennon’s To Do List. The Shocking Truth About Kellogg’s Corn Flakes SPOILER ALERT:
- Happy Mother’s Day 2020by Jack Goldenberg on May 10, 2020 at 2:52 am
This Mother’s Day, 2020, my blog is dedicated to my four favorite Mothers. My Mom, my Wife, my Daughter, and my other mother, Mother Earth. (Sorry, Ma Teresa, you didn’t make the cut.). My Mom was an amazing person who gave me my generous heart and a wicked sense of humor. She was a not-so-quiet
- How to Get a 150,000 Pound Whale into your High School Gymby Jack Goldenberg on April 22, 2020 at 4:29 am
Today’s blog with cover 1. How to Get a 150,000 Pound Whale into your High School Gym 2. Passing the Salt in the Era of Social Distancing. 3. Photos for the Hard of Reading. 4. A Public Service Message for People too Stupid to Come In Out of the Virus. 5. The President and the
- Post Titleby Jack Goldenberg on December 17, 2019 at 2:40 am
An Apology to my Readers I wanted to apologize to my Readers. All 20,000 of them. The last blog was way too long. I should have known better. In writing, as in many things, Less is More. I’d blame it on 10 Minutes of Brilliance’s Editors. But we don’t have any. To keep this post
Rock Star Contract Demands: The Mysterious Story Behind Van Halen’s Ban on Brown M & M’s
Things aren’t always what they seem–even in the World of Rock ‘n Roll. Remember the furor years ago about the outrageous demands David Lee Roth, lead singer of Van Halen, put into his contract?
Under the clause “Munchies” Mr. Roth (whose real name is not Otis Biggelsworth McFeltersnatch) insisted that the band required “potato chips, nuts, pretzels and M&M’s backstage and on their tour bus. Read more.
Warning! The Toughest Job in the Whole World is a Real Mother!
Today we’re going to cover a lot of ground, so fasten your seat belts.
1. We’ll start off with a description of “The Toughest Job in the World” and see a video of some of the 27 people crazy enough to apply for it. I’m warning you, this job is a real Mother!
2. Then, there’s a tribute to my Mom who I imagine is reading 10 Minutes of Brilliance in Heaven. I doubt she’s in Hell or Pittsburgh, because she led a good life and was never very fond of either of those places.
3. Next is a piece about Read more..
Stickman Stew is Toy Fair 2014 Most Powerful Action Figure
You can’t blame the toy industry for the ugly and violence-prone state of this year’s crop of action figures to emerge from Toy Fair 2014. Instead, blame the zombies.
Never in the history of the world has evil, horror and terror ruled its ugly head so prominently since Dick Cheney was Vice President. Read more…
I know what you’re thinking. (No, really. I know what you’re thinking. I have STP!)
You’re thinking I’m just joking when I said I was once the Head of the Earth. We’ll it’s true. I was. And as far as I know, I was the first person to suggest that Earth Day should be an international event. Read more…