Tag Archive: satire

Apocalypse

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Every year I hear about the coming apocalypse.  It’s not like we can’t bomb ourselves out of existence. People aren’t that insane…yet. The last apocalypse happened over 12,000 years ago, during yet another… Continue reading

Spinning

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My brain is spinning inside a galaxy of information, when all it asked for was a teaspoon of thought.    With just one word, we can access anything at any time from any… Continue reading

InflAAAAtion

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Inflation is spelled with a capital AAARRRUUUGGGH! My insurance bill jumped by $50. My phone bill jumped by $20. That’s $70 less that I have for the important things in life, like Dave’s… Continue reading

For better or for worse?

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  Life is beginning to look like this: I’m told, by people who have had near-death experiences, that we have chosen the life we’re living.  We’ve “married” this piece of flesh until “death… Continue reading

Don’t look behind the curtain…

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Those famous words from The Wizard of Oz!  Yes, we’re living somewhere over the rainbow in the land of Oz and everything in the world is trying to eat us. Politicians have two… Continue reading

Gas

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I spent $82 dollars on gas this week, and wondered how other people avoid having a heart attack at the gas station. People are starting to use slower vehicles that don’t need gas.… Continue reading

Senseless Friday Sarcasm : The price of gas

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Down to my last 2 drafts of books in the 20 book series.  Why do I call them “drafts?” They’re roughed out but still need to be polished. It’s time to celebrate…by complaining… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : Let’s Edit!

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  My partner in blogging is supplementing her job by editing my books in her spare time.  She’s a far better writer than I’ll ever be. She brings you into her stories, while… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : Losing it

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First of all, I owe a huge apology to my son.  He was playing a solo at 8:00 pm last night and I promised I’d listen to it.  I went to sleep at… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : When a syndrome isn’t really a syndrome.

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I had the audacity to read my medical history.  It’s on the insurance website and fairly easy to find, if you like playing chess. There, I discovered that I have a non-existent disease… Continue reading