Monthly Archives: May 2014

Hero Nero

      Famous hero Nero, who played the exalted lyre, not the common fiddle as oft maligned, and played it well, loved a roaring fire. He was a visionary who suffered from extensive ennui first.  He could maintain a … Continue reading

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Happy Hallowed Contradiction’s Eve

Elemental contradictions, the second most basic building blocks of the multiverse, are only celebrated roughly once every 4700 years on the earthy, misshapen surface of our spinning planet, and even then only by those few in the know. No rabbits, … Continue reading

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Overreacting

      I still don’t know how I missed that pesky mosquito I was so certain I had dead to rights when I awoke at first light that murky Monday morning.  And if I missed, which I did, where … Continue reading

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Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Toes

      A helicopter was flying low over the Santa Cruz Mountains, searching for plots of illicit weed sown by a Mexican cartel.  A husky deputy sheriff was at the controls if husky is acceptable to you as a … Continue reading

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