Month: October 2016

Past Imperfect – #382

Katharine: “Okay, here’s the plan. We’re going to discreetly but forcefully dance our way over to the hostess and then I’m going take her down for snubbing me in the reception line.” David: “Well, I foresee two complications that might belittle the dignity of your efforts. One, you […]

Past Imperfect – #369

Clara: “See, the door is right there. So I don’t understand why people didn’t show up for my party.” Detective: “Well, I’m not really seeing a door, so maybe your invited guests didn’t either.” Clara: “Oh, don’t be so simple. I designed the entrance to be just like […]

Past Imperfect – #384

Norma: “Come into my arms, my love. Let me show my world to you.” Director: “Cut! Norma, you’re off script. And why do you look like you’re one morphine drip away from a sanitarium? You’re supposed to be on the verge of rapturous love-making with the man that […]

Past Imperfect – #366

Once upon a time, before the invention of video games and the Internet and Fox News, people actually had to come up with their own entertainment. In this recently discovered documentary photo, we can see that clever folks could turn something as annoying and mundane as a broken […]

With Drawl

Note: Here’s a little something that I will be sharing on a certain social media site. It doesn’t really apply to my experience here on WordPress, but it does apply to a lot of social media and I think some of you might appreciate the words… Howdy, folks. […]

Past Imperfect – #383

Louise: “Why are you looking at me like that? Did you skip your medication again?” Fritz: “I’m just surprised. I never noticed that tattoo before.” Louise: “Tattoo? I don’t have a tattoo. You must be confusing me with one of your other mistresses. You have so many of […]