Creighton Thompson has read a handful of books halfway through, and only one book all the way through because there was no movie or television show to help him with the book report. Over twenty years, he’s held and been dumped from nearly every position in local radio, and now clings to traffic reporting as his final stop in this medium.Thompson created a radio entertainment service called "Nice Bits," in which he wrote, performed, and produced humorous bits for morning shows across the country.Thompson continues to write and produce radio commentaries in between telling people where to go on the wild streets of Phoenix. He currently lives in Peoria, Arizona with his wife, daughter, and dog but hopes to raise enough money from his first book to buy a really cool Corvette so he can go to his next reunion in style.
Love Medicby Creighton Thompson
Do you have what it takes to counsel the newly broken hearted? Take the ten question quiz and become a certified Love Medic. Answer the extra bonus questions and be Super Certified. And as a bonus-bonus get a first look at Creighton Thompson's new "Good to Know" series. Total fun as you kinda learn stuff too. See more details below
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Do you have what it takes to counsel the newly broken hearted? Take the ten question quiz and become a certified Love Medic. Answer the extra bonus questions and be Super Certified. And as a bonus-bonus get a first look at Creighton Thompson's new "Good to Know" series. Total fun as you kinda learn stuff too.
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I decided to download and read this book to see what I might find deep in the man's mind. What I found was clearly someone who wrote the book as a joke and has no confidence or appreciation of women. More than likely you would find this guy watching (and enjoying) reruns of Married with Children. I am hoping that he DID intend the book to be a joke just for guys. Being a woman who has been asked for my advice in love from both men and women as well as straight and gay people I thought this book could be good. I was not impressed with the severe sarcasm and thoughts of "women are just dumb, emotional beings." Funny book, but I WON'T be recommending this book to ANY guy I know.