Gary Sinise is one of the great patriots of this country. I had the pleasure of sitting down with him to discuss his passion for supporting the military, the evils of Hollywood, and quantum physics in no particular order. Read the full story here.
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By most Las Vegas standards it was boring. I worked the whole time, didn’t gamble, and didn’t really get drunk. But I did watch some awesome rugby, hang out with a great team, got tackled by a hardcore chick, and made some lasting friendships. Read about it here.
The International Rugby Board has been clamoring to get America more involved in rugby for decades, but they should think hard about the impact a fully committed USA would have on the game. Is there any greater pool of athletic talent in the world than the USA? Is there any doubt we would dominate the game if we loved it as much as we love our other sports? Read the full story here.
I had the pleasure of sitting down and talking with the host of Off Limits and Mysteries at the Museum, Don Wildman, about his explorations around the world. Very humble and interesting guy with an insane desire to always know more. If Amelia Earhart and Indiana Jones had a love child, it would be him.Read it here.
When you compare rugby in America today to the NFL’s history, it’s about the same time that wealthy families started buying up football teams. How long before people catch on and do the same to rugby?
My kid’s soccer team sucks. But that’s not the focus of this story. The focus is the anger that builds up inside me when they’re getting creamed beyond the point of recovery and how I deal with it.
On the eve of the UFC returning to Brazil for the first time in 12 years, I wrote a lengthy article on the history of fighting in South America’s largest country. Did you know that Brazil has more registered fighters per capita than any other country in the world? Did you also know that it has the lowest number of polar bear attacks in the world? Read it here.
Today my fourth book, Dark World, which I co-wrote with Zak Bagans, made the New York Times bestseller list at number 18. I am very happy to achieve this honor and very grateful to Zak for making it such a great book. Let’s hope it’s not the last time. See the full list here.
When you join the Army there’s an expectation that someday you will fight and win the nation’s wars. So what do you do when you never get called into action while your friends get deployed over and over again, some never to return? I wrote about struggling with that feeling in the New York Times HERE
I made a video.