Category Archive: Rant

Today’s bank chat : Digital highway robbery

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This is a “shot across the bow” for people who didn’t know this type of highway robbery still existed. …and I wondered why my checking account is free? The very poor —  people… Continue reading

Writing is the easy part

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My writing addiction didn’t begin with a bang.  It started with a whimper.  C‘mon, try a dose.  You’ll love it! 1979:  A mail-order course on writing books for children. 1983-84:  Two writing courses… Continue reading

Offensive Miners

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Originally posted on Butterfly Sand:
Warning!  This rant may include words that are not to everyone’s taste. Please exercise your discretion. They seem to be everywhere! And they are doing their mining under…

Learning

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It’s no secret that I despise the use of the word “training” in the wrong context. THIS is training: Someone tells you what to think, and you regurgitate it back so that you… Continue reading

Rant-casm : World War III 1/2

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Half way into the dream state, I’m awakened by the echoing of a voice inside an empty space where my mind once lived. The universe:  The next world war will be won by… Continue reading

Senseless Sarcasm : Request

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No, I don’t want money.  Yes, a few million $$$ would be nice right now, but it’s not the point of this mostly pointless post. What I want is my brain back.   If… Continue reading

Not in the mood

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Not in the mood for light sarcasm today.  I awoke at 4 in the morning with a grey splotch on the right side of the right eye.  Twenty years ago, I had retinal… Continue reading

Greetings for 2020

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I’d say that I don’t give an Iota about hurricanes, except there’s a tropical storm Iota that was a hurricane with 155 mph winds.  It destroyed parts of Central America.    This is… Continue reading

Political sarcasm

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In the USA, November 3 is election day.   No, I don’t want to stand in line for 4 hours to vote ever again.  Early voting was an inspired invention, and I voted… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : When life is one big headache

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Ever notice how we seem to believe that everyone feels just like us? Take headaches, for example.   In fact, you can have my headaches, I have about as much use for them as… Continue reading