My Wife’s Name is Diane

Mr. and Mrs David Jackson

Today I'm playing snippets from my wedding to the lovely Diane (formerly known as “the Nurse”).  The wedding day is a bit of a blur. Everything went off without too much stress. The honeymoon stories will be following (much more entertaining than the wedding ceremony probably). So here is what you get:

The Vows

“the countess” (my 16 year old step-daughter) sings (and I play the guitar)

I sing a bit (again snippets).

Pronounced man and wife


From the podsafe music network.  The Root Doctor “Me and My Wife.”

ROOT DOCTOR: Been A Long Time ComingThe music this episode is from Root Doctor from the podsafe music network. The song is called “Me and My Wife” and is available on CD, or as a Download at CDbaby. You can also find out more about the band at

Surviving Your Wedding – A Guys Guide

Surviving Your Weddingonline casino

Here are some tips for future grooms as you prepare for your wedding:

If she says she wants a small wedding. marry her immediately do not pass go do not collect 200 dollars.

Saying things really romantic like, “I'm just excited to say I do and spend the rest of my life waking up next to you” have no effect. The marketing machines have hammered a large wedding into her head. You can't win. No, I'm sorry. You CAN'T WIN.

Realize that while she wants you to be involved in the wedding, she doesn't actually want your opinion.  Never the less, you need to be there to be “involved.”

Speaking of opinion, you probably don't have one, especially when it comes to table center pieces, flowers, invitations. DO NOT say “I don't care.” Instead ask which one she likes and agree with  her.

Also, never say things like “It's YOUR wedding, it is ALWAYS OUR wedding. Not THE wedding, its OUR WEDDING.

Under no circumstances ever should you ever refer  to your wedding as a “Dog and Pony Show.” This will not go over well. 🙂

Mushmouth You’re Fired

Mushmouth You're Fired

Today I talk about some horrible movie I had to watch for my education. It is some skit done by professors at the University of Akron. The fun part is one of the professors has a horrible speach issue. Now I don't want to be insensitive, but this guy would be good to work the camera, the lights, hand out bulletins, but NOT have a speaking part where his answers are (literally) three minutes a piece.

Then throw on top of it one of my customers is releasing a hypnosis CD and I get to tweak the audio.