There’s a new game in town…
An advice game. You’ve got questions, we’ve got answers. Let’s make a deal. And the deal is, email your queries about love, life, business, pleasure, cars, bars, politics, predicaments, media, entertainment, religion – you name it – and KCC‘s crack problem solvers will unravel it for you.
The man behind the Answers Plan is everybody’s favorite media punching bag, businessman/author/stud about town Craig Glazer. That’s right, if Craig can’t answer it, you probably forgot to ask
Are there any questions too tough for Glazer to tackle?
"No, as long as they’re not completely stupid," he says. "But I want to focus on other people’s problems, not me – I think I cover that in my other stories. But I’ll certainly use myaself as an example if need be."
Glazer will team with a woman to be named later. Oh, we know who she is alright, and you’ll be surprised. We’ll announce her identity next week after our Steak & BJ Day steak dinner for two giveaways at Raoul’s in Overland Park and Jardine’s on the Plaza. More on that later.
Meanwhile, let’s give credit to the gent whose idea was it to launch Glazer into advice orbit, Tony.
Tony’s rationale for picking Craig:
"Because the guy’s just full of great insights and he doesn’t give a fuck about offending people and I think to give good advice, you have to have that attitude," Tony says. "Plus, by his scorecard alone – just doing a quick review of the broads he’s dated, most of us could take lessons from him."
Which brings us to what questions to ask?
"It can be about religion, sports, sex, marraige, relationships," Glazer says. "Problems at work, moving to another city or state, lifestyle changes."
How about sex changes?
"Well, I don’t think we’re going to get a lot of that," Glazer says. "But lifestyle changes would cover that. Financial changes, business changes and maybe, ‘Where do I go from here?’ You know, a lot of people get stuck in hum-drum lives and they want to know how to change them. Or you know, somebody done somebody wrong questions. Friendships, political questions."
Speaking of Steak & BJ Day March 14th, has Glazer ever observed the holiday?
"I don’t know about the steak part," he says.
Tony’s plans for Steak & BJ Day this year: "Probably my usual; not having a steak or a blowjob."
To win steak dinners and a bottle of wine for two at Raoul’s or Jardine’s send your best steak and/or BJ story to Craig@kcconfidential.com.