Archive for October, 2011

  • I’m Running for Vice-President of the United States
    Posted by on October 23rd, 2011 at 6:20 pm, Comments: 0

    “Dan Quayle might go down in history as one of the greatest Vice-Presidents of all time.”

    I said that.

    “I’m sure after Dan Quayle dies people will realize what a great President he would’ve been.”

    I said that also.

    I was on a date with a girl with frizzy, blonde hair, glasses, who smoked and gave me a cigarette. I had smoked maybe 5 cigarettes in my life at that point. I smoked the cigarette the girl gave me.

    She was from Indiana. Loved Dan Quayle.

    Posted by on October 22nd, 2011 at 9:30 am, Comments: 0

    Every Thursday from 3:30-4:30 EST I do a Q&A about anything in the Universe. People ask me about stuff ranging from the economy, to dating, to stocks, to who is the best superhero, to why am I so amazingly handsome but never was a male supermodel? I take some of the questions and give more expanded answers on a post that I put up either the next day or on Saturday.

  • Ten Unusual Ways to Get in the Top 1%
    Posted by on October 20th, 2011 at 8:57 am, Comments: 0

    At midnight my door opened and I saw the shadow of someone about 4 feet tall walk into my room and stand by my side of the bed. “I can’t sleep,” she said and she was smart enough to also say, “my mind is racing”. Over the nine years of her life so far she has probably heard me say that many times. Like when I was losing a home and I threw a chair and the police were called. The third time police had to be called on me in life (out of five).


    (she was 7 when this was painted)

  • The Top 10 Lists of All Time
    Posted by on October 19th, 2011 at 7:56 am, Comments: 0

    The world of bloggers seem to be firmly divided into two groups: those who hate lists and those who like lists. This being a list of two puts me firmly in the latter camp.

    Those who hate lists. I get a lot of criticism for some of my posts. I’ve used lists on only about 20% of my posts, no more than that. But because of this, some people comment, “oh, there goes James again – using lists.” As if there’s some sort of intellectual laziness in neatly organizing material with a common theme in the form of a list. Any book with a table of contents, of course, does this as well.

  • Why “I Was Blind But Now I See” is My Best Book Ever (and now on Kindle)
    Posted by on October 17th, 2011 at 8:43 pm, Comments: 0

    I’m not going to brag. The purpose of this post is to inform on three things:

    A) A lot of people have been asking me when the book is going to be available on Kindle. It’s there. Click on the cover below and it will take you to the Kindle version. If you can’t see the image below then click here.

    B) I want to describe how this book is different from my last book “How to Be The Luckiest Person Alive!”