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Monthly Archives: June 2014
I never in my life ever expected humanity’s ever-increasing appetite for acceleration to come to the point that the very act of reading would become a veritable Asperger’s simulation chamber. But it’s happened. Don’t believe it? Peep this app: I … Continue reading
In which I blatantly use an accordion-player’s cheekiness for my own pathetic attempt at self-promotion.
Some thirty-five years ago, my father and I were watching some telethon in which Sammy Davis Jr. was involved. There he stood, in a tuxedo and hand-held mic, casually making small talk after a song. He then mentioned that his … Continue reading
If the 1981 movie Stripes wasn’t enough of an inspirational front-load for my own military service, it also serves as one of the most memorable scenes in what I would call a “Johnny Paycheck Vaporlock.” Bill Murray’s character, John Winger, … Continue reading
The other day my friend sends me a YouTube clip of comedian Lewis Black. Mr. Black was peeling forth about what he was calling “the end of the universe.” His point of departure being, that he walked out of a … Continue reading
It seems I am gaining followers here every single day. This invokes an immediate reflex to check out exactly who is following. The numbers of followers who are already published authors, have a book in the hopper—or both—is staggering. And … Continue reading