The Singular Man
A 96-year-old grandmother offered some candid insight when I interviewed her about dating and love for my documentary, 20 Questions.
Who has time to date? I’ll tell you who: men. We always have the time or will make the time to go out with a woman.
The quality of your life improves when you’re mindful of your speech and say what you really mean. Here’s what I learned about that from Buddhism — and the Mafia.
A single woman goes on a mission to find out, interviewing 1,000 single men in 10 cities, and writing a book that exposes the truth about what they want and why they want it.
What’s a single guy from Los Angeles supposed to do when he’s invited to go ice fishing in Wisconsin in the dead of winter? Say yes of course!
The Single Man’s Point of View – They tout their independence and take care of themselves, but when it comes to old fashioned perks, like who picks up the check, you’d think it was 1955.
Single Living – Texting has become the default method of communicating these days, but as far as I’m concerned, it’s about as useful as smoke signals.
Living Single – For this singular man, dating, mating and gender roles in the city of Los Angeles are about as fun as root canals and colonoscopies.