This is a bit of a troubling read, but I had to let it out, and eventually we get back to the good. And this was actually written last night, so the date references are now slightly wonky… It was announced earlier this evening that Dallas County […]
Every once in a while I wonder Was it really better, then Were things truly simpler, and kinder Decency, Respect Agree to Disagree Move on and get things done Or were we just actors Playing given roles Reading from the script Pretending to pretend Because we didn’t […]
This meeting of the Official Congressional Committee on the Reproductive Rights of Women is now in session… Previously published.
These lovely actresses are portraying the Four Stages of Intoxication, left to right: 1) Chaste Sipping 2) Focused Slurping 3) Reckless Guzzling 4) Tramp Previously published.
Note: There are a few very minimalist spoilers in this review. Nothing major, but still, fair warning… We recently went to see “1917” at a local movie theater. Most of you who have followed me for a while now know that I’m not really a fan of […]
The college professor clicked a button and the photo appeared on the screen behind him. He addressed the class before him. “Today, we will learn about the variability of perception. How surfaces can inadvertently lie, which can then lead to lies maliciously surfacing. Tell me your first impressions. […]
Dearest Neighbor, How are you this fine morning? I trust that you realize it is morning. Quite early in the morning, as a matter of fact. Were you aware of this? Perhaps not. Maybe you’re one of those people who leap out of bed without any concept of […]
Actress on the Left: “I’m really not comfortable posing for this picture. And I’m not talking about the crappy lighting.” Actress on the Right: “I have bills to pay. I’m not saying a word.” Left: “But we are clearly clutching phallic-symbol devices and pretending to be happy about […]
They showed up. They got their trophies. Discussion ensued. Lurlene, left, lovingly: “These cups are so pretty, just like me. Aren’t you excited that we won?” Raychelle, right, wretchedly: “It’s about as exciting as a bowel movement. We were both bound to have one today.” Lurlene, peevishly: “Don’t […]
It wasn’t until later in the evening that Philip and Marnie learned the consequences of over-indulging in the cabbage soup on the buffet line at the St. Agnes Social. Sadly, this turbulent revelation came at a most inopportune time, just as Sister Mary Edna took the stage to […]