Now revised and updated to include The 'Ins and Outs' of making the movie Zack & Miri, and a new afterword. Anything but boring, Kevin Smith shares his x-rated thoughts in his diary, telling all in his usual candid, heartfelt and irreverent way! Kevin Smith pulls no punches in this hard-hitting, in-your-face exposé of, er, his rather dull and uneventful life... well, not always dull. In between watching his TiVo, he manages to make and release Clerks II, relate the story of his partner-in-crime Jason Mewes' heroin addiction... and get caught stealing donuts from Burt Reynolds. Thrown in are his views on the perils of strip clubs, the drawback of threesomes, the pain of anal fissures, his love-affair with Star Wars and so much more! Adults Only!
Following on from the New York Times-bestselling My Boring-Ass Life, Kevin Smith is back! In freewheeling conversations with his friend and producer Scott Mosier (as heard on their top-rated podcast, known as SModcast), we discover — to pick just four random examples of the riches therein — the genesis of Stalin’s Monkey Soldier army, the horrifying tale of Kevin vs. Steak Tartare, how to make bukkake eggs, and how Kevin was once willing to let Alanis Morissette get mugged... Defiantly lewd, crude and hilariously rude, Shootin’ the Sh*t with Kevin Smith is a must for all his fans! Adults Only!
Take the Challenge! Write Your Goals Daily for 3 Months and Achieve Your Dreams Life!
Author: Happy Success Journals
Achieving your dreams has never been simpler! On a daily basis do you think about negative things more often than positive? Do you have goals and dreams but never really know exactly what they are? Would you commit 10 minutes a day if it would change your life for the better? If the answer to these is yes, then this Goal Setting workbook is for you! Join hundreds of elite individuals that think, breath and talk about their goals everyday. The theory is simple. If you write your goals daily. You think about them often. You will inevitably be brought closer to them. Grab this Journal and Take the 3 Month Goal Setting Challenge! You will be surprised by the results!
Release on 2006-01-27 | by Peter Kuhns,Adrienne Crew
Best of Blogs
Author: Peter Kuhns,Adrienne Crew
Pubpsher: Pearson Education
You probably have your favorite blogs to visit each day, but there are countless other blogs that you could never find on your own and that could potentially be added to the top of your favorites! Blogosphere: Best of Blogs is a collection of the blogs you’ve heard about and the ones still waiting to be discovered. Organized into sections based on interests and moods, you’ll find a listing of the best blogs out there, along with the reasons why they’ve made the list. Complete with searching tips and strategies, Blogosphere will help you find the greatest voices in the blogging universe.
Letters Home is the heart tugging second rendition of Maggies plight to find inner peace. This installment focuses on how she believes her mothers alcoholism shaped the lives of her siblings, both individually and collectively. The cleverly written story intermingles, thoughtful observations, with humorous stories of over coming insurmountable odds. The author discusses the strong bond of siblinghood, how it was strengthened while battling the scars that the addiction left behind, and letting go of the past. This second hand account will have booklovers of all ages and races, laughing out loud one moment, and crying the next. From the beginning of the book to the final sentence, it will ultimately leave readers with a different outlook on life, love of family, and forgiveness.
This lighthearted and eye-opening book explores the role of comedy in cultural and political critiques of American society from the past century. • Provides a context, vocabulary, and perspective to better appreciate and understand American humor • Connects historical developments to cultural changes • Includes both academic references and popular works • Covers a wide range of artists over a variety of media • Examines and explains general trends in American comedy
That Kevin Smith? The guy who did “Clerks” a million years ago? Didn’t they bounce his fat ass off a plane once? What could you possibly learn from the director of “Cop Out”? How about this: he changed filmmaking forever when he was twenty-three, and since then, he’s done whatever the hell he wants. He makes movies, writes comics, owns a store, and now he’s built a podcasting empire with his friends and family, including a wife who’s way out of his league. So here’s some tough shit: Kevin Smith has cracked the code. Or, he’s just cracked. Tough Sh*t is the dirty business that Kevin has been digesting for 41 years and now, he’s ready to put it in your hands. Smear this shit all over yourself, because this is your blueprint (or brownprint) for success. Kev takes you through some big moments in his life to help you live your days in as Gretzky a fashion as you can: going where the puck is gonna be. Read all about how a zero like Smith managed to make ten movies with no discernible talent, and how when he had everything he thought he’d ever want, he decided to blow up his own career. Along the way, Kev shares stories about folks who inspired him (like George Carlin), folks who befuddled him (like Bruce Willis), and folks who let him jerk off onto their legs (like his beloved wife, Jen). So make this your daily reader. Hell, read it on the toilet if you want. Just make sure you grab the bowl and push, because you’re about to take one Tough Sh*t.
In Underground: My Life as a New York City Subway Musician, Matthew Nichols presents a raw, incisive, and compelling account of what it means to go from being a teenaged, aspiring classical guitarist to busking in the dirt and filth of the New York City subway system.
I had woken up out of bed and put on my robe. With this blank expression on my face because of this boring ass life called my marriage. I am considered to be faithful to my husband even when he doesn't need it. Sorry quick introduction because I have to go and fix breakfast. I'm Verona,22,have a son named Derek and husband Axel. I had left the bathroom after doing my hygiene routine then made my way over to start breakfast when something caught my eye it was the TV.All I saw was a giant hole in the tv as of someone threw something out of bitterness or just as a mere accident. Derek was standing looking at the broken tv and crying his little eyes out saying how sorry he was after he explained to me it was an accident and he was just playing a game when the controller slipped. I went into our room grabbed my phone picked him up rocked him telling the little 5 year old it was okay and put him in our closet for the upstairs attic. Told him don't open this door no matter what you hear I need you to stay in here Derek... Please.