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Two Flags of Surrender

A couple of weeks ago I attended a funeral. As odd as it may sound, it was a beautiful event. Lots of people milling about, many laughing and telling stories about the deceased. Some eating food that had been prepared by friends or family for those in mourning. Others drinking coffee and telling their own…

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SOCIAL MATING GAME?

Remember back in the day when everyone had a thing going with MySpace? Seemed easy enough, and it was a great way to stay in touch with fans and friends. Today, however, there must be one billion seven hundred million social media outlets that, if you’re committed to posting on each day takes up most…

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Restitutions for 2017

Every year I go through the same mundane and idiotic ritual of listing my New Year’s resolutions. As is customary, each resolution is given a big heave-ho effort…for approximately one week.  After that week, 99% of my resolutions go down the shitter. (Note: I could have said toilet, but shitter just felt like it gave…

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REALITY?

Do you ever watch reality shows on television? Whether it’s ghost hunting, survival of the fittest, big brother, little sister, or who’s on first? Regardless of the genre of reality show you might watch, do you ever wonder how much reality you’re really watching? A few years ago when Ghost Hunters was first televised I…

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BLOG FOG

How many blogs do you read in a week? Me? Not a doggone one. That’s why, as I’m writing this, I’m wondering what the heck’s the point? Does anyone really read blogs anymore? Wouldn’t they be more interested in a short vid of me doing something stupid—which would be an ordinary day—than read about it?…

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MY TOP TEN FAVORITE HORROR BELLY-FLUTTERS.

1.The Tell-Tale Heart – Edgar Allen Poe. Thanks to a librarian who was only interested in the fact that I wanted to read and not about which book I choose, I got my first belly-flutter from horror with this tale when I was only eight-years-old. “….but why will you say that I am mad?” I…

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Epiphanies

When I woke up this morning, I experienced an epiphany (with a small letter “e”). Now usually, I would write, “When I woke up this morning, I suffered an epiphany,” because epiphanies, at least in my life, are things to be suffered rather than enjoyed.  Or at best, they can be endured, which is kind…

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Wild, Wild West–East–North & South

Straight up, my rounds, the world has become a strange, weird place. Well, not so much the world as some of the people in it. Semi truck killing and injuring so many, shooting in Orlando nightclub, cops shooting….people shooting cops. Kids killed in zoos–freaky suicides. Look, whatever God you believe in or higher universal power…ask,…

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SEX AND JAIL

With all the craziness going on these days, I couldn’t help but laugh at this story. Seems like this young woman was enjoying herself a little too much. . . . As reported by Inside Edition-Caitlin Nolan A Pennsylvania woman pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct for having such loud sex that it shook the furniture…

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