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Just washing the dishes, watching baseball, and thinking about writing just four or five sentences about something true. You know how it is when you wash a wine glass that had red wine in it but never got rinsed? And … Continue reading
“The Camp Coffee earned a Skeptical Reaction from a Sphinx.” The sphinx, in the Knotted Rope, is a strange(ish) kind of person with a human head, a quadrupedal but humanoid body with four large hands that double as feet, and … Continue reading
Halloween Cheetos. These are much better shapes for Cheetos than the regular shapes. You can make your own little cartoon skeleton.
Saturday Hulk write poem. No Hulk-ku, but same idea. September: gold light, Leaves start turn yellow. Hulk eat last bag Easter candy.
Today’s fortune cookie was kind of a slacker. This one was not exactly a call to action either: Tommorow. That’s the ticket. (Phone camera images, tweaked on Pixlr with the same vintage filter. The first one has an ink frame … Continue reading
While I figure out how to organize my Olympic posts and also allow the resident IT guy to solve the internet problems, here are two more shots from the Polaroid Cube in one of my favorite settings for it, the … Continue reading
In this case it’s probably just as well. This is also proof that, under certain very specific circumstances, there is such a thing as too much bacon.
This new line of frozen food seems perfect for Godzilla and all his compatriots. “‘Devour’: monster flavor in a meal that satisfies the biggest appetite!” (And look at the price: feeding your inner kaiju isn’t cheap!)
Who needs ten pounds of blueberries? Nobody. Unless you are making lots of pies. Can I come over to your house?