Good Lord in Butter people. Look what I just did. It’s already the second day of the year and I’ve yet to post my TharpSterLutions for the for upcoming year. For regular *ahem* readers of what can be characterized as the most important and insightful site on the whole darned internet, it goes without saying that I’ve been pretty good about getting things posted by the New Year’s Day for several years…"Empty Promises Ahead"
Alas, ladies and gentlemen. It’s Sunday, December 28, 2014 and I’ve plopped my poorly proportioned plumber’s butt in the recliner with the TharpSter Laptop planted firmly in/on my…… Wait for it. Lap. Good Lord people, where else would you expect to find a laptop? Even more importantly, when did your favorite blogger on the whole worldwide web start using the word ‘alas’?. As with the periodic dental appointment and…"Looking Back, Looking Forward"
At about this time last year, I hatched a half baked idea to provide a monthly summary of the events of 2011. By the end of the year, I would have 12 posts in which to reflect upon as we closed out the year. My adherence to the monthly goal of providing you (my beloved reader) with a rundown of things you already knew lasted for about two months. The only thing I can…"Hashing The Rehash: The 2012 TharpSterLutions"
Fifty short weeks ago, on the cusp of a brand new year, I sat there in the southwest corner of the living room here at the TharpSter compound and drafted a game plan for the coming year. Whereas most people I know make resolutions for any given new year, I opted to lower the bar a little by creating the TharpSterLution. Obtainability rocks. Before I enumerate 2011 delusions of grandeur, allow me to provide an…"The 2011 TharpSterLutions"
Well my dear reader, the time has come. At the time of this typing, 2010 is on the outset of a mere two hours and ten minutes away. You can feel rest assured that the Board of Directors here at TharpSter.Org is well prepared for what is expected to be an uneventful transition into a new decade."New Year TharpSterLutions"