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Smart People Being Smart

Smart People Being Smart

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Sep 21, 2016
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I’m generally a happy guy. Cute wife. Bouncy kids. Fuzzy dog. So it’s hard to wake up each morning to something like this: “How does a lie come to be widely taken as the truth? The answer is disturbingly simple: Repeat it over and over again. When faced with facts that contradict the lie, repeat it louder.” This NYT editorial from earlier […]

Best Books Ever Written Solo Show Finally Hits Miami

Best Books Ever Written Solo Show Finally Hits Miami

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Sep 8, 2016
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After featuring these works in San Francisco and Dallas, my Best Books series finally comes home to Miami for the first time. See it this Saturday night until October 6th. See details and RSVP below. 

I Am The Greatest!

I Am The Greatest!

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Jun 9, 2016
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“I Ain’t Got No Quarrel With The VietCong… No VietCong Ever Called Me Nigger” — Muhammad Ali, 1966. Political courage blazed in Ali at one of America’s most turbulent times. When he had everything to lose, including his life. He was as charming as he was physically beautiful. Yet, few spit truth into the face of power […]

The Other F Word

The Other F Word

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May 25, 2016
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  Late one morning, long before children, I sat on the edge of a New Orleans hotel bed and exhaled audibly. Inside my skull, a spicy Jazz Fest bisque of bourbon and psychotropics simmered from the night before. I bent down and tied my first shoe, and it wasn’t until I’d finished tying my second that […]

The Little Prince and the Big Boss

The Little Prince and the Big Boss

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Apr 27, 2016
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“Prince was no taller than me, yet he was larger than life. He had his own style,” my 5’2″ wife told our boys on the drive to school last week. “He’d even wear shoes with high heels.” Our 8-yr-old leaned forward from the back seat and giggled, “Why would he do that?” Without missing a […]

Do We Ruin Our Kids By Giving Them a Better Life?

Do We Ruin Our Kids By Giving Them a Better Life?

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Mar 30, 2016
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“I’m bored,” my seven-year-old barked at me, as I flipped eggs one sunny Saturday. I stomped in from the kitchen and pointed the spatula. ”You are never to say that again. You have a room full of toys and books and a park nearby and a pool. Figure it out.” Are my exquisite sons stricken with a […]

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