Monthly Archives: June 2015

‘Tis Better to be Pissed-Off than Pissed-On – Anonymous

The first indication of trouble was the discovery late last winter, after snow-melt, of a mysterious cluster of white-ish, crumbly, desiccated doggie biscuits left in a corner of our front yard. The second indication was a line of burned grass … Continue reading

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The Love Seat

It was a sunny Spring day and the RUMMAGE signs were in bloom. While driving down the road I spotted a hand-lettered sign taped to a lamppost; it read: FOR SALE LOVE SEAT NEVER USED I said to my brother: … Continue reading

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On Domestic Violence

Irony of ironies, there is an outcry in the mass media calling for an end to domestic violence. While such drama has existed throughout human history, the increase in the divorce rate over the past fifty years is clearly indicative … Continue reading

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