It’s a wonder that everyone, and I mean everyone, is knowledgeable about a variety of things yet not a true expert on all of it. I’m not talking about math or science or history or even english, I’m talking about the everyday things like plumbing, electrical, carpentry, auto mechanics, computers, pets, movies, comics, books. The stuff that we deal with day in and day out. Sure we know just a little bit about these things just to get by but we’re not completely and precisely well read on it. And why should we? If we know the right amount to get us through whatever we’re going through then that’s fine. Me, I like the idea of knowing just enough to carry on a conversation but not to the point where I need to know everything to write a dissertation. What’s interesting about me is I like learning new things even if it’s just a small portion, but I noticed that I tend to try to learn the most inane things…especially from movies. I learned to roll coins between my fingers because it looked cool when Val Kilmer did it in “Real Genius“. I learned to open a Zippo lighter very stylish like how George Clooney took out his lighter in “Out of Sight” and even learned how to do hat tricks like the way Andrew McCarthy did in “Mannequin“. The “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles“, the old version and not the remake, taught me how to twirt a nunchaku in a way that I’ve never seen in all my martial arts training. The point is, we all say the phrase, “Jack of all trades, master of none” like it’s a derogatory thing but the truth of the matter is that it’s great. It shows us that we are all willing to be enlightened on a cornucopia of subjects and not limited to one thing. There’s a whole world out there that we don’t know about and it’s good that we’re trying to explore it a little at at time.