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Monthly Archives: May 2012
I’ve been working some long hours at the day job, and haven’t had much time. Hopefully I’ll be able to pick up the pace soon.
Love is a terrible and ugly thing, a thing of power. I remember when I first saw you, I laughed aloud with sheer delight at your beauty. When you smiled and blew me a kiss through your cigarette, love was electric, ecstatic. … Continue reading
Hi Quarkscrew friends, I will be brief and blatant in my begging. I am raising funds for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society through the Light The Night Walk. The team I have formed, Bosch Lightwalkers – FBB, will have matching … Continue reading
“I need to ask you…” she began. He waved his hamlike hand dismissively in her face. “What kind of breakfast do you call that?” He pointed accusingly with a fork. “I haven’t shopped. I had to…” He waved her silent … Continue reading
There’s been a storm recently over the rather bizarre choice of the Board of the Secular Coalition of America to appoint as their Executive Director one Edwina Rogers, whose experience consists mostly of being a lobbyist and Republican Party activist. … Continue reading
The first victim, lime green waders and electric pink tube top filled with lead fishing weights, was found when Alligator Alley’s eponymous denizens had their revenge for the shoes. The second was asphyxiated, gagged with a polychromic feather boa, throat … Continue reading
Everybody knows by now that the President’s views have evolved to the point where he publicly expressed support for same-sex marriage. Kudos to him for finally taking that stance. It’s the right one, rational and fair. Actually I suspect he’s … Continue reading
The various pontiffs elected to wait in dignified silence, but the lesser religious leaders were crowing. The geriatric televangelist was the worst. “You’re going to burn!” he cackled. The mail order minister jeered, “Now we’re in His waiting room. What … Continue reading
With a certain local emphasis in the latter parts, sure, but you have to admit… … this story beats the pathetic little Bronze Age origin tales into a cocked hat.