The writers of the hit television show '24' have written a little article for this month's issue of Esquire entitled "What I've Learned: Jack Bauer."
In the character of Jack, the writers dish out little wisdoms the butt kicker has learned over the seasons such as "Sometimes it's necessary to create a believable diversion, even at the risk of others thinking you're an a*shole" and "If you see me running down the street, it's probably a good idea to take cover."
Unfortunately the following did not make the list:
*Don't carry a Chicago Cubs mug or else you'll risk getting shot in the neck.
*I'm sorry I say "DROP YOUR WEAPONS!!!" so much.
*Kim took mostly after my wife.
*Zombie George Mason is chained up in my basement.
*Black presidents love me.
Esquire: What I've Learned: Jack Bauer