Dave Barry is a columnist, author and a Pulitzer Prize. He has learned a lot over the years and wants to share this wisdom with other people. He has learned that people who share their religious beliefs do not really want to other people to share their religious beliefs with them. He has also learned that taking a sleeping pill and laxative at the same time is not a good idea
Dave has learned that meetings are one of the reasons that human beings will never reach their full potential. He has also learned that your career can easily be confused with your life. Additionally, Dave has learned that there is a thin line between a mental illness and hobby.
Dave has learned that nobody really cares whether you can dance. He has also found out that you should never lick a steak knife. He has learned that gossip is the most destructive force in the university.
Dave has learned that most people do not believe that there is a good reason to have Daylight savings time. He has learned that people typically do not make a big deal about your birthday after the age of 11. He has also learned that most people are above average drivers regardless of their age, religious beliefs or socioeconomic status.
Dave has learned that people who are rude to waiters are usually not nice people even if they are nice to other people. Additionally, he has learned that true friends love you, never be afraid to try something new and men are like fine wine.