Fun Facts About drbj

Fun Facts

  • When drbj was in grad school, professors from 3 different departments angled to be her adviser. Competition culminated in a weekend of events that included a Freud look-a-like festival, a brain MRI beauty contest and a three-legged race across the quad.
  • When drbj runs out of U.S. states for her eponymous fun fact hubs, she plans to expand into fun facts about rural counties in Manitoba.

  • drbj has broad-based experience in leadership coaching, executive recruiting and development, management, marketing and entrepreneurship: none of this explains why she enjoys fun facts so much.


  • drbj has never written a substandard hub. In fact, the algorithm used to identify Editor's Choice hubs is based on the structure, content, and semantics of Crazy Laws in Delaware and Fun Facts.

  • drbj worked as a journeyman electrician in the oil fields of South Dakota.


  • drbj taught Chuck Norris his trademark roundhouse kick.


  • drbj briefly appeared in the pilot episode of Keeping up with the Kardashians.

  • drbj can change the oil in a 1965-1969 Chevrolet Corvair in under 23 minutes.


  • drbj has a lawn gnome dressed as Cordell Hull.

  • drbj owns and operates a cloud-based web storage facility physically located in her spare bedroom. It is completely wind-powered except on Tuesdays.

  • drbj owns two shares of stock in the Green Bay Packers.


  • drbj doesn't like red M&M's.



  • drbj once delivered the keynote address at the national convention of the Extruded Polystyrene Foam Association.
  • A power failure trapped drbj on an express elevator in the Sears Tower for almost 3 hours.

  • drbj is deeply concerned about Africanized killer bees migrating across the southern US border and taking jobs away from American bees.

  • drbj wrote an mobile phone app to generate random zip codes. It supports three major hardware platforms and has been downloaded over 1 million times.

  • drbj once coached a team of executives: together they won the league championship three years running.

  • drbj has attended all the NBA drafts since 1982.


  • drbj earns extra money operating a tilt-a-whirl at the Kankakee County Fair.


  • drbj has never been fired from Fox News.



  • drbj owns real estate in states that require a valid ID to vote in general elections.



  • drbj has never used lip balm.



  • drbj prefers self-service gas stations.


  • drbj has a UPS on her home computer.


  • drbj can field strip an AR-15.


  • drbj selects paper over plastic.


  • drbj has never appeared on Family Feud but once attended a taping of the original version hosted by Richard Dawson.


  • drbj maintains current business licenses for tree-trimming in Georgia and North Carolina.


  • drbj continues to assert that Barry Bonds should be in the Hall of Fame.

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  • drbj always asks for extra ketchup in the drive-through line at Wendy's.


  • drbj follows Pat Sajak on Twitter.


  • drbj maintains a cordial relationship with the IRS.


  • Over an epic weekend of consulting, altruism, and pepperoni pizza, drbj edited resumes for 427 former Enron employees. 85.4% of those folks secured gainful employment in their chosen field of endeavor within 11 weeks.

  • United Steelworkers Local 9436 in Pittsburgh always reserves a VIP parking space for drbj at their annual Family Picnic.

  • drbj forms existential bonds with scientists studying migrating Lepidoptera.



  • drbj understands that chiropractors serve a useful purpose in society and medicine.



  • drbj thinks the finest John Wayne film is The Longest Day, despite the fact that it is not a trademark western, for which The Duke is best known.


  • drbj always serves snacks that include at least three flavors of hummus.


  • drbj has no outstanding federal student loans.


  • drbj always takes the good with the bad, except when shopping for yams.


  • drbj camped out for 5 days to be the first in line for Burning Man tickets in 1986.



  • drbj purchased a lifetime pass to the Smithsonian Museum.


  • drbj is not allergic to penicillin.


  • drbj opposes unconstitutional political decisions handed down from a Supreme Court dominated by activist judges.


  • drbj has credit card debt but it is not out of control and she will not be settling with the credit card company for pennies on the dollar.

  • drbj deftly applies first-order predicate logic to model business ontologies.


  • drbj owns cardboard cutouts for all the primary Star Trek: The Next Generation characters except Commander Katherine Pulaski because Gates McFadden was much more convincing in her role as Chief Medical Officer Beverly Crusher.

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breakfastpop 17 months ago

I am beyond impressed!!!


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nicomp 17 months ago from Ohio, USA Author

@breakfastpop, thank you. :)


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psychicdog.net 17 months ago

Drbj is trually legendary. And a great tribute Nicomp though did wonder how much was silly and how much was true!


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nicomp 17 months ago from Ohio, USA Author

@PsychicDog -- could be silly AND true !


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psychicdog.net 17 months ago

Boolean given - silly object expected. Could you write a hub satirizing computer code if you're going to be like that Ni compooting.


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nicomp 17 months ago from Ohio, USA Author

@Dog copy that. It'll happen.


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somethgblue 17 months ago from Shelbyville, Tennessee

I was trying to return the favor by reading some of your inane drivel but could only find this insipid banter and even though it allowed me to learn more about Dr. Banal Jargon, I found it to be less than satisfactory . . . I will keep searching though only 901 more to go.


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nicomp 17 months ago from Ohio, USA Author

somethgblue : This is about as good as it gets, unless you like Java. Were I you, I'd go outside and play.


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somethgblue 17 months ago from Shelbyville, Tennessee

It's raining, I tried that.

I'm thinking you don't understand the meaning of the word 'good' because no one with half a brain would mistake this for good.

What grade are you in?


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fpherj48 17 months ago from Beautiful Upstate New York

I love drbj...and especially his series on the insane laws still on the books per State. His personal comments throughout make me laugh out loud!

nicomp.....just a question because I'm a very curious kind of person.....Is this exchange between you and blue, an example of friendly joking & sarcasm.?....or do you take what he said seriously?

I don't want to believe he is serious because his comment is actually quite rude....and thus far, I haven't seen this in him.....

Sometimes, as intelligent as I am, I find I'm terribly naive.


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drbj 17 months ago from south Florida

Dear nicomp - For perhaps the first time in my life (since infancy), I am absolutely speechless. Almost wordless, too. How could you possibly have divined all these putative yet no less profound peculiarities of yours truly?

I am astounded by your perspicuous perspicacity and reminiscent research. Also thrilled by the honor you have herewith bestowed by sharing these gems of biographical, multifarious meritocracy. You are indeed a sentient, virtual comrade.

Can't say the same for the commenter who can't spell its (?) name.

Thank you for this compelling creation. I may replace my formal HP profile with it. Whatcha think?


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nicomp 17 months ago from Ohio, USA Author

@drbj : Thank you for your wit and wisdom. The Internet is a yucky place yet you make it feel safe and fun.

Feel free to appropriate any capsules or components thereof. What's thw worst that can happen: Google already hates us 'cause we have a non-quantifiable sense of humor.


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nicomp 17 months ago from Ohio, USA Author

@fpherj48 , you ask an excellent question. I can only answer from my perspective:

1. It's all in fun.

2. I'm not sure if blue is a sentient human or a manic little Turing Machine. Either way is OK with me.


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fpherj48 17 months ago from Beautiful Upstate New York

Thanks for replying. I like your attitude. Well, I guess all the "differences" makes the world go round....! It's best to be "OK" with everything! Peace, Paula


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nicomp 17 months ago from Ohio, USA Author

@fpherj48 Peace to you also. :)


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brakel2 15 months ago from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

I thought drbj was a man. Is this not correct? I also like all these off the wall facts about the professor, even the funny ones that are not true. Everything that DRBJ writes makes people laugh and have superb originality. If we can't have a little fun in life, we are pretty boring. I might be boring if I did not know the writer of this hub, be he man or woman. Blessings to you. Audrey


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nicomp 15 months ago from Ohio, USA Author

@brakel2 : I've intruded on DrBJ enough: you'll have to go to the source!

Thanks for stopping by. :)


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drbj 15 months ago from south Florida

@brakel2 I am beyond delighted that my work makes you laugh - may it ever be thus. Since you evidence an interest, be advised that I am the matriarch of a loving and lovable family. :)


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fpherj48 9 months ago from Beautiful Upstate New York

Since I know you have a special fondness & admiration for Dr.bj, I wanted to offer my condolences to you. We have all lost a wonderful, kind & very funny woman & talented writer.

It's a terrible shock to hear of her passing on Feb 20th. My heart feels truly heavy with sadness. I just knew you would be quite sad as well.

I'm thankful we have her marvelous writing to keep forever.


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drbj 9 months ago from south Florida

Thank you. My mother loved writing and loved her followers. It was her passion these past few years. She was an amazing lady with a heart of gold!

She was my BFF and I am going in time to try and continue writing hubs in her honor.


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nicomp 9 months ago from Ohio, USA Author

@drbj: Thank you for commenting. We will miss your Mother. She always had a kind word for me and my silly writing.

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