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A Higher Level of Communication

I’ve decided to stop replying to any question, statement, rant, query, inquiry, tirade, and/or proclamation in the traditional ‘human’ manner. By that I mean due to previous issues with my replies being taken incorrectly, my statements being misconstrued, my whines being ignored, my compliments being disregarded and my questions being left unanswered I will no longer speak when spoken to. 471 more words

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The Ultimate LOOK AT ME!

There are certain phrases alleged ‘people’ use all the time that in reality, make no sense. I’m sure that as regular readers of social media this comes as no huge surprise to you – but I wanted to take a few minutes of your valuable time to address one of these phrases that has become my own personal white whale. 392 more words

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Reversing the Paradigm - Water-Breathing Edition

Wondering what I’ve been doing in these last few months? Questions are coming in like feathers off a butterfly. What are you doing? Why haven’t you blogged? 719 more words

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HOLD ON! Until the Shaking Stops....

Living here in the shadow of the southern portion of the Ring of Fire near Sumatra and Java, our tectonic plate runs along the Alpide belt and subjects us to almost constant earthquakes of varying degrees – including the monster that destroyed Krakatoa in 1883. 659 more words

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Hyper-Blogging

We’ve all heard it or read it. Someone going to a party that night and saying that they are “super excited” to be attending that soiree. 341 more words

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GSTV (Gas Station Television... of course)

The other day I was patiently minding my own business at the local gas station, hoping for some quiet time while filling up my behemoth with upwards of 80 gallons of gas. 401 more words

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Noah's Irk

OK, I have to admit that I’m only writing this blog today because I really liked the title. I’m sure that’s why Shakespeare wrote a lot of his ‘classical literature’ as well – I mean who doesn’t love the titles ‘Merchant of Venice’ or ‘A Midsummer’s Night Dream’. 443 more words

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