Tag Archive: satire

Uninspired thoughts on writing

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I feel so terribly uninspired today. My mind wants to sleep, but the body refuses to cooperate — or maybe it’s the mind that won’t cooperate with the body.  Whatever has no respect… Continue reading

Try-erd

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I’m tried tired. There’s this 20 pound coon cat on my lap.  I’d like to get a picture of this very hairy, freezing feline, but both cameras are just out of reach.   I… Continue reading

What’s not to write?

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This brain is a strange thing.  It can think of stories to write, filling pages with adventures that never happened to people in alternate universes that don’t exist. This is the same brain… 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

Where there’s a will…

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Yes, I’m up at 2 in the morning.   There was no other choice the moment my brain asked, “If a dog had wings, would it be called a flog?” If a meteor was on… Continue reading

Senseless Tropical Storm Sarcasm

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Why most people don’t just up-and-leave the state when someone says, “There’s a hurricane coming toward Florida.” NEWSMAKER:  It’s a hurricane. It’s a tropical storm!  No, it’s a tropical depression headed for Mexico. … Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : The rite of writing right

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I’m the first to admit that I’m no Hemingway.   All of us are broken and anyone who is over the age of 5 is insane. Question is, where are we on that bell… Continue reading

Senseless Political Sarcasm: US politics

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A few truths about politics in the USA.   If you want to know how states are going to vote in a presidential election, consult a bookstore:   Statistics given by pollsters have been… Continue reading

The god of tuna, are you listening?

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Is it possible for the spirit of a dead tuna to haunt you? I have no other explanation for what is happening to me. It’s not like my life is all that complicated:… Continue reading

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm: Munrebs

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Crumple up a few strands of cheap spaghetti, throw that mess onto a piece of paper and try to make words out of it.  That’s severe dyslexia. For the rest of us, with… Continue reading