I’m required by section 12, article 14.9 of the International Mandate for Associated Bloggers: Orders, Requirements, and Edicts (I.M.A.B.O.R.E) to write an end of year retrospective, but it’s not going … Continue reading Not another end of year retrospective
General nonsense, silliness, and, and observations about life, the universe, and everything in between.
I’m looking out at this surprise Northeast Snowscape thinking melancholy thoughts about the paths we choose and the places they lead. I know everyone has moments in their lives when one … Continue reading What if?
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I’ve always been afraid of breaking the rules. I will continuously go out of my way to make sure I’m abiding by whatever dictates happen to…
It’s s little known fact, but Victor Hugo had actually written a sequel to Les Miserables. The story displays writing techniques and style unknown for the time, so for the sake of … Continue reading Les Miz, Part Duex
I grew up with dogs. I mean, I wasn’t raised by them or anything like that, but up until the point I moved out of my parents house at nineteen, … Continue reading Rocco the Demon Dog
I’m leaving for parts where the wireless don’t roam (or rather, it would roam if I weren’t too damn cheap to pay for it), so just throwing together some things … Continue reading slapdasherie
Uh…..Hi…wow…I…um…I didn’t see you standing there. “Why am I hiding behind this chair?” Don’t be silly…I wasn’t hiding, I…um….lost a contact lens. That’s right. And even if I was hiding, … Continue reading Has it really been Three Months?
I thought I had 2012 all figured out. After all, The Mayans warned us, and Roland Emmerich was kind enough to provide a road map on how to survive with … Continue reading The Obligatory end-of-year Retrospective
‘twas the weekend after thanksgiving, and all through the malls people lined up for hours to see ol’ Santa Claus. Well, not really Santa, just some guy from the bar … Continue reading A Black Friday Poem
I believe that the separation of church and state is sacrosanct, and our government cannot tell one how to worship. But I believe that separation cuts both ways, and one’s … Continue reading What I Believe
November 1, 2012 More and more islanders joined the fray, the debate continued and, if possible, grew even more shrill. The champions exchanged massive blows and the crowd cheered and … Continue reading From the Journals of Elmo Von Knippenberger part 3
October 29 The two sides have created champions, golem like entities built out of the parts of the most valued items from of each camp. The more homogenized Icans have … Continue reading From the Journal of Elmo Von Knippenberg – part 2