Monthly Archives: December 2014

The question of alien origins

These are the reasons that I think I might not have originated on this planet: 1) My clothes never fit right, or match. They look and feel as if they do not belong on this underlying form. I was never … Continue reading

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It ain’t a yule log, but it will do

In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Warmth.”

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Forensic analysis of vacuum cleaner contents by season

Spring : cat hair, compost, road salt, gravel Summer : cat hair, birdseed, grass, bugs Fall : cat hair, leaves, cocoa powder, apple seeds Winter : cat hair, popcorn, glitter, yarn, cookie crumbs, pine needles

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Yellow

An antidote to the season of red, green, white : Don’t get excited, this vision is still months away… In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Yellow.”

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Ex Libris 20/20

There aren’t that many things in my life that I wish I could have done differently. You have to be able to forgive your previous idiocies with some frequency, at least until that predictable accompaniment to age (forgetfulness) gives you … Continue reading

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Turn out the lights, so we can see it better

In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Twinkle.”

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We were wrong before the internet, and we are still wrong.

I would like to enumerate some of the ways we are, have been, and will be wrong. Think back… In the middle of the 1980’s, there wasn’t a lot of connectivity to speak of. But it was plain even then … Continue reading

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