If you watch daytime television, you've almost certainly seen some of the many advertisements for various technical colleges. Many of these schools claim to be able to educate you in the field of “private investigation”. This is false. Technical colleges have never been accredited in the field of private investigation. Such programs are scams and would surely be outlawed if our elected officials weren't in the pockets of "Big Tech". But all is not lost. Fortunately for you, I'm a fully ordained private investigator, and I also have a teaching degree in this field as well. So I set out to answer the most common questions about being a private eye for FREE (a 700 dollar value).
If you’ve ever visited a haunted house, you probably think you
have a good idea of what ghosts are and what they're capable of. If this is the case, you're in for a rude awakening, because brother: Real-life ghostings have as much in common with carnival ghost houses as a composition book full of beastiality drawings has with a slightly newer composition book of a different color whose pages are not yet defiled with beastiality drawings. Which is to say: Not much.
So prepare to be scared senseless. Yes, even the most skeptical of skeptics will be chilled to the bone by the "scare-raising" scientific facts and scenarios contained herein. Oh, and before we begin, here's a word of advice: To get the full effect of this article, you should probably turn on some spooky-time ghost-time music to play in the background. I
recommend using either one of those Halloween sound-effects tapes or the soundtrack
to the smash-hit Shaquille O'Neil vehicle Kazaam. And lest you believe that's just some lame "kooky" ironic random pop-culture reference to a garbage movie: It isn't! The truth is that the idea of listening to Shaquille O’ Neil do some genie-based rapping never ceases to give me chills. You know, like...ghosts!
Swoosht! Basketball rim net jam! Game, set, and match. Now let's do this thing.
By M. Anger
In the world of online games, nobody knows who you are, so you’re
free to create whatever sort of online persona you can possibly
imagine. It’s like you’re getting personality test results
about each person you meet online. But as usual, when the general public is given complete freedom to do whatever they want
creatively they will immediately squander this freedom by creating the
same worthless garbage which comprises 98% of all user-generated
content. This article addresses that garbage.
If you are aware of the existence of women, it is likely that you have a lot of questions about how to interact with them. This is completely understandable. Women
are strange and wonderful creatures, and their existence has puzzled
men ever since the first female dragged herself from the primordial
swamps of southern Louisiana more than 100 years ago.What follows are three sections which contain some answers to the most common questions I receive about women.
By The Baron
folks, have yourselves a sit down and prepare to enjoy Part 2 of The
Baron’s Guide to Comedy. In Part 1 I covered the best and worst of TV
comedy, and in this portion I am going to reveal the winners and losers
of comedy in film. If you were impressed by the amount I know about TV,
you’ll be surprised to find that I know even more about movies!
By The Baron
one and all to part 1 of The Baron’s top 10 of comedy. In this new
series of articles I will be revealing the top 10 of comedy in three
categories: Television, Movies, and the Internet. Well, technically it
will be the 5 BEST in each category, and then the 5 WORST. In this
segment I will reveal the top 10 of Television. As the great General
Han Solo once said get ready to “Laugh it up, furball!”