Tag Archive: insanity

The insanity era

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I think that the first few decades after the year 2000 will be known as the INSANITY error ERA This is $260 at Sacks Fifth Avenue: When I was a kid, those jeans… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : 10 strange things one learns in life

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 Never pass up a chance to ask why coworkers are frowning.  People like it when they think you’re paying attention.  A foolproof way to stop “sweating the small stuff.”  If it costs less… Continue reading

Question

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Are opinions the leaves growing from the branches of infant acculturalization,  saplings fed the dust of civilizations insanity?        

Death by French Fries – A Haiku

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Sharing lunch with Tom Von Kapherr of Cats at the Bar and Back Home in Bromont in a Bromont, Quebec restaurant. (How the heck does he stay so slim?) Death by French Fries… Continue reading

Ode to the brave few

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Questioning a world doggedly looking for “sane” in all the wrong places. On August 11, I wrote a post called QUESTION INSANITY I gave a list of my own ( https://rantingalong.wordpress.com/2015/08/11/question-insanity/ ) and finished it… Continue reading

Why we’re stressed

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Continuing on with this weeks theme…. CRAZY WEEK …it’s insanity to think that 1 person can do the job of 25 for years without taking a roller coaster ride over the bell-curve of… Continue reading

RANDOM C.R.A.Z.Y. THOUGHT–Part 3

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Originally posted on Two on a Rant:
Freud, the father of psych, blamed everything on our mothers. That’s F%*#&$@ CRAZY! I’ll start out with the *%&$@ disclaimer…. @#$()@#$*()@#$*()@#$*()@#$*()@#$*()@#$*()@#$*()@#$*()@#$*()@ DISCLAIMER: I am not a…

Question Insanity

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As I sit at my desk drinking tea out of something that isn’t a styofoam cup (ok, so it’s corning ware), I contemplate questioning insanity.   It’s so easy to say, “You’re crazy!”… Continue reading

Pushing the edge

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WARNING:  This is a rant peppered with dark humor.  Once in a while I have to let the rant out before it devours me. <_><_><_><_><_><_><_><_><_><_><_><_><_><_><_><_><_><_><_><_><_><_><_><_><_><_><_> I was reading a blog by “Surprising Lives”… Continue reading

Like Fingernails down a chalkboard

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Today, I took a plane from Oklahoma City to Houston, then Houston to Jacksonville.  This time my daughter escorted me to the gate and I took a wheelchair ride to the next plane.… Continue reading