Well, this episode, Rob Ainbinder comes in and completely blows our mind. He talks about his business, WhyPeopleClick and helps us, right away, understand why people need his services. While the concepts and principles of SEOs and web presence make …

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There are times when someone just needs to say something. Somebody’s done somebody wrong (song?), someone has crossed a line, someone needs to be put in their place, the scenarios go on and on and on. That happens. But, how …

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The Dads welcome Zack Wyatt who talks about the Carolina Jubilee Festival that is to benefit local and regional farmers in their journeys and business. He also talks about his kids who are all 10 or under and how their …

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We’re a week late on this post, we’re sad to say, but that happens. We’re back now, though. And for this show, local tattoo legends Byron and Kelley Weeks come in to talk about how it is raising a daughter …

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Many apologies for the tardiness of this post. Teddy comes back for another show, this time to talk about him. He loves talking about him and we loved talking about him. He’s a great guy (no matter what we say …

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Something that none of The Dads has experienced is the joy of being a grandparent. You know, the “kids” that you have that you can do what you want, spoil them and then hand them back to their parents? Yeah, …

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As our kids get older, our focus, when it comes to our kids, shifts. When you go from diapers to potty training; elementary school to middle school; middle to high school; college to the workforce. All are just examples of …

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Birthday parties.  We have all been through them, from the cute 1st year party that means adult drinks and hovering over a cake smashing kid (fun) to the house full of other peoples kids and the nefarious goodie bags.  As …

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You know them.  They hover like the Seal Team 6,  swooping in for the swift run, shoving their progeny out of way and go in guns blazing to rectify whatever issue tweaks them.  They must protect the poor fragile children, who …

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There comes a time when your wee offspring are too old for a babysitter.  You as parents agonize over leaving the kids unattended, even for a 30 minute trip to the store or for takeout.  You take the risk, it …

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