Tag Archive: satire

Senseless Monday Sarcasm : jet slug

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After jet lag, there’s jet slug. You know what I mean — the time between believing 9 in the morning is still 6 and thinking it’s 7:00am instead. My body is so far… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : Date season

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California – where law abiding citizens live behind bars, and if you shoot a criminal breaking into your home, you go to jail. Then again…you’re already in jail.  The difference is, you’re in… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : Guilt

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Sheriff’s office 1856 “Hello, Ma’am,”  Sheriff says.   “There are people riding by my house at night on horseback,” Ma’am says.  “I think they’re up to no good.” “I’ll be waitin’ for them tonight,”… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : Research

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So far, I’ve written 26,000 words on a new book.  I would have written more, but I’m addicted to the internet. It’s not what you think! When I’m writing about the way someone… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : Work

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I’ve been told that war is 90% anticipation and 10% action. There is physical war and there is mental war:  Mental war is called work. Work is 90% “Will I ever get caught… Continue reading

Coronal health?

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  I’m taking a break today, so my 2nd cousin’s eldest daughter on my father’s side is writing a post for me. She lives in a rustic log cabin nestled in a forest… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : Num6er5

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Admit it! We’ve all done it!! You go to sleep with 1058 readers and wake up to find you now have 1045 for no apparent reason. In the background, on your 60 inch… Continue reading

Senseless-stuff-found-mostly-elsewhere sarcasm.

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I love senseless memes.  They distract from the fact that the world is about to implode, and the 3 races vying for domination over our planet still can’t decide who wins after 270… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : Free Will

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Once upon a time, there was a planet filled with beings so vile, God said:  “I think I’ve found the place where bad smells go to die.” So he asked heaven’s gatekeeper, St.… Continue reading

This week

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What will you be doing next week?    I’ll show you what I WON’T be doing: This week, I predict that my cat will sit in front of the computer, blocking the screen. I… Continue reading