This video caught my eye. No, not because I read World Star Hip Hop – which I totally do – and not because I care about the Cowboys – this one’s totally not true – but the title of this video made me go “HMMM”. (see related)
Shame: Dad Teaches His Son How To Play With Flammable Liquids & Fire To Burn A Tony Romo Jersey!
This is a great title, first off. It’s the “Sho’nuff mouse click” in the daddy-blogger world. It’s one of those instant, “Oh I have to see this and validate how awesome I am compared to this crazy b*tch”.
Prepare your parking stub for the jump.
Sean Harrington is a Detroit-area business-owner, and has been married for years. He’s never been arrested. Oh, and he’s also accused of being an unfit parent.
Harrington took his …
National Fatherhood Initiative’s InsideOut Dad is a hit, according to a study at Rutgers University.
The NFI’s InsideOut Dad program was launched in 2005 to help inmate fathers re-connect …
Last week, father-extraordinaire CC Chapman found himself embroiled in controversy – but it wasn’t with a person. Chapman was, technically, fighting with a pasta sauce. I originally intended on posting a story last week when this issue broke, but am glad I waited because the way this story is unfolding is interesting if you’re at all interested in the way companies are dealing with the “social” part of Social Media. And if you’re a father who loves pasta night around the house, well, you’ll want to take all this in.
Coincidentally, 8BitDad‘s been on fire lately with stories about advertising, bad brands, good brands and the deployment of commercials around those brands. Here’s another brand for the list – Ragú. And what we’re wrestling with right now is whether Ragú is father-stupid or father-hating. Hint: the answer’s easy, but still deserves way more reading than you’d like to do on a Tuesday.