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Big Life Changing Decision.

29 Mar

NSMA Draft 2015

Statement from J.D.

J.D. To Enter NSMA Draft

The Parody Agency, which has signed Bach eligible bachelor J.D., released the following statement, in which he explains his decision to enter the 2015 NSMA draft, on his behalf:

“After weighing this decision with my family and friends, I have decided to declare for the 2015 NSMA draft and forgo my remaining eligibility at Bach. I reached this very difficult decision after careful consideration and long thought, realizing how difficult it would be to say goodbye to my bachelors and bachelorettes at Bach. I am eternally grateful for the relationships, friendships, hookups, make out and cuddling sessions, and have greatly enjoyed my time as a bachelor, boyfriend, and friend, both as a broken-hearted heartbreaker and heartbreakie.

“I will always take pride in being chosen and pursued by some amazing, beautiful, incredible, prominent women and bachelorettes, I am confident that my returning bachelors will continue the success for many years to come.

“To the suitresses, countesses, bad girls, good girls, secret and open admirers, I can’t thank you enough for the support you showed me and the boys over my entire Bach career; it was a humbling experience, for you all to enjoy as well, I hope. Continue reading


The UA Spine Challenge

9 Apr

The UA Spine Challenge

I was invited and selected by the Under Armour  Team to take part in the UA Spine Challenge. We are being judged on a combination of creativity, intensity and view count. At first I wasn’t going to participate in the challenge due to time constraints, but in the end how could I not. I love the Under Armour brand, products, and have a lot of their apparel. I love and am impressed with the direction that the UA Team is headed. When I do something I do it, and give it my all. I wouldn’t want to cheat myself and you guys if I couldn’t put the proper amount of time, and creative production to projects like these deserve. Anything I put my name on, and brands I promote, I do so only because I myself use that brand, respect the brand, and their products. In this case I do, so it was a no brain-er; and I wanted to make sure it’s the best it could be. I’ll like to thank the UA Team for the invitation and consideration, I’m honored and greatly appreciate it. I hope that you guys enjoy it as much as I enjoyed making it. Continue reading

NYC Marathon cancelled for Sunday.

2 Nov


FINNISH—ED. No more marathon, New York City and Mayor Bloomberg have finally succumbed to the criticism and controversy that came from the decision to allow the race to go on as scheduled. That decision divided the city of New York, after the devastation Hurricane Sandy left.

Like all big events they have contingency plans, and a lot of of charities and businesses were depending on the more than $300 Million revenue generated from the marathon. Continue reading

“Be Cute, but Real in this Ugly World”

22 Oct

A look into NERD IN A JOCK™

I wanted use my first entry to tell you how and why I started this site, blog, and what I plan to do with it.

I first would like to thank you for visiting the site, for the love and support; whether in my personal life or social media gateways such as Twitter. I am very grateful, excited about what’s going on in my life, and what’s to come. Hopefully we have had a chance to cross paths on other social networks portals and you already have a better understanding of what I am about and some of the things that interest me. Now that the site is up and running I wanted to provide you with more information about not only what those interests are, but also what interests you, the readers, and the wonderfully diverse individuals I have and continue to come across.

The idea to create the site and blog came recently. I have always been an avid reader, and can get lost in the magic of words, but I was never much of a writer; unless it was computer software coding or I had to. So by no means do I consider myself a technical writer, but writing has become a wonderful and powerful escape from the trials and tribulations of life.

I always wanted to have a career that was part of my life, in other words, I always wanted the two to go hand and hand. I did not want the two to be separate from one another, and wanted to enjoy the fact that my career was a part of my life. I wanted a career that I appreciated and it appreciated me, one that got me excited and motivated to get to work, kept me focused and out of trouble. One that I could share with others, where I would have earned the respect of my peers, colleagues and everyone and anyone I came in contact with.

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