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One for the Road

One for the Road A poem I wrote for my dialects class.  It’s a feel-good, thinkin’ kind o’ thing. <meta name=”p:domain_verify” content=”096e8b949c0c7d6b143a6b6225169bd8″/>

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A Case of “the Ben’s”

A Case of “the Ben’s” No, I don’t mean, “the bends,” as in decompression sickness from coming up from a ridiculous depth on an undersea or outerspace adventure.  I mean, “the Ben’s” as in “the Chad’s,” or “the Michael’s,” or … Continue reading

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It’s August… again.

It’s August… again. Sometime, while you’re waiting at the dentist’s office or in a DMV line and have nothing better to do, take an inventory of the times in your life when you’ve had a serious injury or illness.  Note … Continue reading

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Cloning Ragtime Technology

Cloning Ragtime Technology Last night a friend of mine offered me tickets to view “Ragtime” at the Hale Center Theatre.  I had been meaning to go see this production, but had never actually made time.  A free ticket?  Boom!  Time … Continue reading

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Did’ja miss me?

Did’ja miss me?  Even just a little?  Oh, come on!  You were pining for something new and completely irrelevant from the Crab, weren’t you?  — [Crickets] Right. Well, I missed you anyway.

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Vagabond – Travel Leg 2

Vagabond – Travel Leg 2 [A continuation from Vagabond – Travel Leg 1, although this one is kind of ridiculously long and boring.  I wouldn’t blame you for skipping it.] My sister pointed out to me that the reason Jr. High … Continue reading

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Cooties!

Cooties! It’s Springtime again and the insects are coming!  The insects are coming!  They hatch from their little alien egg-sacks and peer up at the house lights.  “What’s that, Mama,” they ask?  “It is the mecca, my children.  A place … Continue reading

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Better off in the Sunlight

Better off in the Sunlight Life is a roller-coaster, you know?  With chest-ripping climbs and stomach-dropping plunges, corkscrews and loop-de-loops and… nausea.  At least, this is my life.  Isn’t everybody’s like this?  Or am I being overly-dramatic again?

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For the Strength of Youth

For the Strength of Youth Age is relative.  In our society we are generally so quick to segregate ourselves into generations that can’t understand one another.  The “older generation” doesn’t have a clue what the “younger generation” is going through.  … Continue reading

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Kathleen Turner’s vocal wannabe

Kathleen Turner’s vocal wannabe Yesterday I arose at three in the morning to make it to a 4:30am. crew call to check-in a hundred extras.  For those who work in film, you know this is not unusual.  Heinous and insane, … Continue reading

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