Monthly Archives: September 2013

Right Place, Right Time (Extended Version)

A cool thing happened to me this afternoon. I got a free large diet cherry-limeade from Sonic ’cause I was their “Customer of the Day.” I don’t know if it was random or because of my mad ordering skills, but … Continue reading

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Packing Heat

Earlier today I found myself on the State Police website looking up the process for obtaining a permit for carrying a concealed handgun. I don’t want to be at the mall (or the bank, or WalMart, the gas station, or … Continue reading

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Fronting

From the online urban dictionary: The antigravity properties of the Victoria’s Secret banquette bra are no mystery to anyone who’s ever worn one. They’ve got more rigging in them than a fleet of sailboats or Peter Pan the musical. And … Continue reading

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100 Years of Paint & Other Love Stories

I listen to a lot of music. Most of the songs are about love– finding it or losing it. A few blur the lines and talk about stuff that goes on in the dark, but most are love stories. This … Continue reading

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