Monthly Archives: November 2012

My Undies Run

So some of you may know, I’m a huge sap when it comes to helping kids.  So of course one of my friends asked me to run in a Philadelphia charity event early next year for the Children’s Tumor Foundation.  It’s called the Cupid’s Undie Run Benefit.  It’s an organization dedicated to ending Neurofibromatosis (NF) through research. NF is a genetic disorder that causes tumors to grow on nerves throughout the body, causing blindness, deafness, learning disabilities and severe chronic pain.

Currently, there is no cure for NF and there are frighteningly few treatment options. Continue reading



Filed under Personal

Don’t Break Bro Code

bro codeDating back to the dawn of man, there has always been one unspoken rule.  It’s called…the bro code.  It’s a sacred, cherished tradition that has long been upheld between groups of friends.  No women will ever understand, as this ancient language is about as cryptic as Davinci’s Code, as mysterious as the Chupacabra and as mind blowing as the thought of the Mona Lisa painting really being a REALLY gay man (Google it).  It is the one sacred scripture that boys and men alike grow up instinctively understanding, and today I’m going to shed light on three key areas that at times…bros seem to forget. Continue reading


Filed under Personal

LGBT Youth Need Your Help

sad kid

Republican or Democrat, you should be proud.  Yesterday was a turning point in politics.  With droves of people coming out to support whomever they wished to vote for, the support for the future of this country is amazing.  Not every country has the same rights and privileges that we are given and to take it for granted would be disheartening.

So you’ve done your part, you went out and voted and supported the candidate you thought would best serve the ideals you hold closest to you.  Now you can go back to your normal lives and continue on your way much like every other day, like nothing has happened correct? NO!  There are still countless things that need to be done, that can help much more than going into a booth and pressing a button.  There are still countless people stuck without food and without shelter and they need your help! Continue reading

1 Comment

Filed under Personal