The Good Boy Says…

A blog about life, sports, music, politics, and the world in general

About the author

This blog is written by Brian Dougherty, who leads a double life in the New York City area in the non-profit world and as a singer.

If you so desire, you can email Brian here.

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6 Comments »

  1. Brian….This is fantastic…..will read…….!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Nice to see that you know how to use “THE INTERNETS” (thank you very much Mr. Bush); maybe you can get it on “The GOOGLE” (AKA george Bush’s title for Google) DUH…..

    Comment by James Jordan | January 17, 2007 | Reply

  2. Thanks for coming by.

    (I particularly like the Alaskan Senator who referred to the “tubes” of the internet!)

    Be well.

    Comment by bridoc10 | January 17, 2007 | Reply

  3. I personally know “The Goodboy” He climbed out of the primordial ooze of a very small town with very small minds that clung onto the side of a mountain. A last minute change in educational path sent him to Princeton. He worked very hard and grew exponentially. Then he followed his dream to the big city, the only one that counts NYC. He worked his ass off plus had a little help from Mom and Dad and slowly made his mark. He had his heart broken several times but finally found true love using the scientific method (E-harmony). The tragically hip Brian and oh so hot & smart Erin tied the knot in The coolest wedding I’ve ever attended (and I’ve been to over 1000). After paying his dues for over 10 years he is able to reap the rewards of patience and hard work. If not for that he could have ended up like many living back home in a dead end job saying “I could have been a contender” on his second miserable marriage. I envy this bastard! Kudos to you

    Comment by Spiney | September 20, 2008 | Reply

  4. Addendum to previous post. This is important, when the “Good Boy” comes home or is visited by family from the old country he is always humble and never forgets his roots. He can equally drink a beer at the Fire Hall with old friends or sing on stage at Carnegie Hall with the likes of Sting, Sir Paul McCartney, or was even in a bit part of a major motion picture with Meryl Streep. He has not let success go to his head.

    Comment by Spiney | September 21, 2008 | Reply

  5. I personally know “The Goodboy” He climbed out of the primordial ooze of a very small town with very small minds that clung onto the side of a mountain. A last minute change in educational path sent him to Princeton. He worked very hard and grew exponentially. Then he followed his dream to the big city, the only one that counts NYC. He worked his ass off plus had a little help from Mom and Dad and slowly made his mark. He had his heart broken several times but finally found true love using the scientific method (E-harmony). The tragically hip Brian and oh so hot & smart Erin tied the knot in The coolest wedding I’ve ever attended (and I’ve been to over 1000). After paying his dues for over 10 years he is able to reap the rewards of patience and hard work. If not for that he could have ended up like many living back home in a dead end job saying “I could have been a contender” on his second miserable marriage. I envy this bastard! Kudos to you
    +1

    Comment by Assist directory | September 15, 2010 | Reply

  6. I like this blog very much, Its a really nice situation to read and get information.

    Comment by Neta Fucillo | January 20, 2011 | Reply


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