Tag Archives: Fatherhood

Little Eddie Gein

True stories are the best kinds of stories and this, I think, is no different. A while ago my elder brother dropped a bit of a bomb on me. He claims to have gone to school with none other than … Continue reading

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Marriage

Marriage Defined To simply define marriage is like giving away the punchline before telling the joke. It’s just not funny. There are certain concepts, terms and ideas that the reader must first fully comprehend before reaching an understanding of the … Continue reading

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The Anvil

Some time in the late ’50’s or early ’60’s a local blacksmith closed shop and retired. My father bought up his forge and anvil along with a few rough-and-ready tools – hammers and tongs, chisels and even some horseshoes as … Continue reading

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You are a Child of God

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Angry Father’s Day

You can shove this Father’s Day holiday business up your ass. Every year it just translates as mockery and parody. Fag aldermen, queer congressmen and sex deviate senators have no respect for fatherhood. The very same corporate capitalists that sell … Continue reading

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Chewing Gum

It was in early childhood when I got off on the wrong foot, if you will, concerning bubblegum. I tried it only a few times. The flavor, and especially the smell, of the standard pink (Bazooka Joe) bubblegum was unattractive … Continue reading

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