Recently when the TharpSter Mom was summoned from the mountain range office she manages in order to visit the Editor, Publisher, and Chief Muckity-muck here at corporate earlier this month, a stove top incident brought back some repressed memories which could only be dealt with and expunged via the miracle of a smart-assed compilation of wordy, run-on sentences accented by a few images lacking in the narcissistic flavor reticent in a majority of a lot…"Three Stove Top Incidents That Changed My Life"
Two points define a line and three confirm it. I may have stated that piece of mathematical brilliance here before. Even still, after the events of this morning in the lives of your favorite blogger and his beloved wife, I feel it necessary to elucidate that little nugget at least one more time. For what it’s worth, I used that word correctly. I used the ‘Look up’ function within my Microsoft software to verify that,…"My Stalker"
Stu’s bobby pin was lost. It’s not like he didn’t know where it was. He knew exactly where it was. It was on the ground behind his bedside table. It had fallen back there when Stu threw it in a bowl on the table, and it bounced out and into oblivion. Stu was just too lazy to dig around back there in the tight spot created by the table and the wall to retrieve his…"The Case Of The Missing Bobby Pin"
M R DUCKS M R NOT M R 2 Generally speaking, I try to avoid writing about that which has already been written. That being said, I offer up the following statements for two specific reasons, even though the subject matter has already been discussed by others on the internet who are not quite capable of composing verbal brilliance at the intensity that you find here. Those reasons are as follows: …"Regarding The Ducks"
Over 30 years ago when I was but a young teenager, my good friend Steve imparted a poignant nugget of science upon me that to this day, I continue to believe to be pretty darned true. I’m sure I’ve probably been heard around the domain here dropping that same tidbit of science on Wifey, the kids, and even the dogs. Even though I still have occasional contact with Steve, I don’t know if he…"Catching Up"