Tag Archives: Children

Boogers – The Doctor Misspoke

Subject as I am to frequent bouts of rhinitis, I sought out the aid of a specialist. I made an appointment with an otolarygologist (don’t ask me to pronounce it – or even spell it). An ear, nose and throat … Continue reading

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The Gods and Godesses are Fools

I read a book on Greek Mythology when I was very young. I cannot say whether it was a part of our elementary school curriculum, but likely juvenile fare as it made no mention of human sacrifice or temple prostitutes. … Continue reading

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The Ape Within

Just examining the latest refined iteration of a US Jefferson nickel fresh out of Denver. With each new minting of coins or pressing of currency the Founding Fathers somehow manage to keep getting younger and better looking. We, as a … Continue reading

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The Demigods and the Tenth Commandment

In preface, I humbly acknowledge my own limitations in that I can only read, write, and think in the English language. Despite this, I have argued elsewhere that the bible is a poorly written and poorly organized book. And that … Continue reading

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Saving Lives – one nitwit at a time

It’s Halloween, October 31st, 2019. An early snow, a wet, heavy snow, is falling. It’s 33⁰. The leaves are still clinging to many of the trees making it hazardous for broken branches cutting down already snow heavy electrical utility lines. … Continue reading

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The Boys Next Door

When my son was growing up he had a couple of neighbor kids he used to play with. They were brothers with not much more then a year between them in age. Boys generally are rather rambunctious to begin with … Continue reading

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The Way of the World

Two little kids fighting over their Happy Meal toys.

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The Poison Pill Part II

Again, from The Land of Unintended Consequences: The racist Poison Pill was added to the Civil Rights Bill of 1964 in hopes of killing it. The Bill passed anyway and the poison subsequently tapped into the then dormant radical fringe … Continue reading

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Let It Snow!

It is now Christmas Eve in the year of our lord, Jesus Christ, 2017. The decorations are up; the gifts, such as they are, are all wrapped. While some folks find snow messy and bothersome others ardently hope for a … Continue reading

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A Bit of Motherly Advice

A good mother protects her children and admonishes them frequently about this and that, and all of those things that may be harmful to them. I will not list them here. But have you never heard the sage advice: “Beware … Continue reading

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