When I was in college, I always watched “Late Night with David Letterman” Monday through Friday at 12:30 a.m. No, my social life was not so sad that I stayed home every Friday night. My roommates had this magnificent machine called a VCR, and we would record the show and watch it later. It’s too complicated to explain in this forum.
In “The Tao of Steve,” a Grand Jury Prize nominee at the 2000 Sundance Film Festival, Dex imparts his wisdom about Taoism and how to apply its principles to attract women. Dex chooses the name Steve for his philosophy because, as he says, “Steve is the prototypical heroic American male.” Dex’s second law states that a man should “do something heroic in front of her.”
Many Cal football fans and followers seem to have suffered from short-term memory loss about the recent heroics of a certain Steve. When I recovered from the Las Vegas Bowl victory celebration 10 days later, I read an e-mail from a fellow Cal alum. He spoke to someone who claimed to have inside information about the Cal quarterback situation. My first thought was that these dime-a-dozen “insiders” have about as much credibility as I do when I tell aspiring actresses about my connections with major Hollywood producers.