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Lazy Plugs for Small Holes

I have been working on final edits for my novel Snow Babies.  I have also been struggling with diabetes, arthritis, and COPD.  At the same time, I have been writing up a storm on my blog and posting all kinds of incredibly goofy and somewhat creative stuff.   79 more words


Writing and Editing with Pumpkin Brain

The temperatures are still in the hundreds here in the desert. The only way to know it’s finally fall is through marketing and consumer shopping. Yes, I take all my seasonal cues in this form, otherwise I’d never know when winter was coming, especially now that Jon Snow is dead. 555 more words

Agony in the Night

I wrote this poem over 50 years ago, and it remains one of my favorites. Obviously, I was quite taken by Edgar Allen Poe, as many young people still are. 299 more words

Digital Paintings

Weirdie Poetry

The Man Who Had Bird Knees

I once knew a man…

Who had knees…

That bent backwards, like a bird’s…

And this man…

Could only walk… 474 more words


Breaking Rules

I believe I have some ‘splaining to do for not posting in a while. What it really comes down to is I break a lot of rules, and not just writing rules, but all kinds of rules, especially airplane rules when they have the fasten seatbelt sign still illuminated after the third round of beverages. 654 more words

Scott Adams: The Man Behind Dilbert

“Be useful.” – Scott Adams

Scott Adams (@scottadamssays) is the creator of the Dilbert comic strip, which has been published in more than 2,000 newspapers in 57 countries and in 19 languages. 807 more words

The Tim Ferriss Show

Funny is a Dog Named Bob

From an upcoming podcast and revised book, this segment demonstrates how to take advantage of grammar when writing comedy. CB

Whenever my child sends the ‘99’ text message from his phone, I get so proud. 2,579 more words