Humor

James Donaldson’s Book Review – Political Incorrections by Bill Maher

This was a hilarious collection of opening monologues from Bill Maher, taken from his previous show, “Politically Incorrect”. If it doesn’t have you doubling over in laughter, it will at least bring a smile to your face as you think back over the years on the various topics that Bill talks about. Of course, he […]

Get Your Free Copy of Standing Above the Crowd Ebook

Standing above the Crowd is a book that will give you fantastic insights about how to “Stand Above the Crowd “versus “Standing out from the Crowd” ….. all without having to be 7 feet tall like your author James Donaldson. You’ll find in this book that I share a lot of success strategies and how […]

James Donaldson’s Book Review – Deceived Wisdom by David Bradley

This was a fine, easy read, lighthearted but yet still pretty informative. The author, takes a lot of the old “wives tales” and “urban myths” to task, and throws a little bit of clarification at them, their origins, and how they continue to persist to this day. For instance: we’ve all been told things like, […]

James Donaldson’s Book Review – Dumped: A Guy’s Guide to Breakin’ Up and Movin’ On by Kurt Calum

This book, it’s a little bit “tongue in cheek”, and a sometimes lighthearted, sometimes serious look at a guy’s perspective in breaking up and having to move on. We’ve all been there guys, and our emotions range from one end of the spectrum to the other, and we find ourselves “all over the place” trying […]

James Donaldson’s Book Review – Idiot America: How Stupidity Became a Virtue in the Land of the Free by Charles Pierce

This was an interesting book, hilarious at times, in which the author, Charles Pierce, literally pokes fun at some of the myths, folklore and long sustaining beliefs that have made of this country. Of course, it’s easiest to make fun of the conservatives for the way that they tend to want to “conserve” the way […]

James Donaldson’s Book Review – The Me Generation…. By Me: Growing Up in The 60’s by Ken Levine

This was a funny, somewhat hilarious look back to the period of American culture known as “the 60s”. Now, granted, I was a very young kid back then, so other than watching some old cultural campy TV shows like, The Munsters, the Addams Family, The Monkees, Laugh-In and a lot of Saturday morning cartoons, I […]

James Donaldson’s Book Review – Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff, and It’s All Small Stuff by Richard Carlson

This was a wonderful book, and a great way to look at life, and learn to take it in stride, and also as the title states, “Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff, It’s All Small Stuff”. Oh, if only we can keep that in mind as we continue down our journey called life. How many times […]