Tag Archives: slanted

How old are you?

Journal log entry – Do you have a terrible time judging people’s ages? I see … a few of you who’ve been indicted for statutory rape have your hands up … but … anyone else? Does this ring true to … Continue reading

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Snack Attack

What is it with food in the house? I’m not talking about your cereal or eggs for breakfast, or your sandwich lunch, or even your chicken and potatoes for dinner. I’m talking about everything else in between that’s never seen … Continue reading

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The Answer?

Listen to this conversation: “Do you like breakfast, Mr. ———?” “I’m glad you asked, and I want to thank you for giving me this time to answer that question. We have to eat, obviously, and I like that sun coming … Continue reading

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Good Posture

Journal log entry – Good posture creeps away from me like a ghost. Now there’s a winning argument for books over e-books. It would be a very expensive lesson in posture with all those Nooks and Kindles falling off of … Continue reading

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Not So Rock Solid

How does a rock get in a shoe? People contemplate the cosmos, and life and death … but I wonder how a rock gets in a shoe. I mean really, I’m just walking down the street and all of a … Continue reading

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Good Health

First they were told by the surgeon general that sitting upright while eating would decrease their lifespan due to the food pounding on their stomach from a vertical drop. So the people began to lie crooked and hunched over, reclining … Continue reading

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The Winter Thaw

Journal log entry – Jogging in place, staring out the back window of my living room, I can see the polyurethane netting I’d hung last year, stretching from pole to pole as a barrier between the critters ranging from deer … Continue reading

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Slanted Definitions 8

Snowboarding – A means of torture carried out in the winter (as opposed to waterboarding in warmer climates) Homesick – Only good for a commercial property (Unless you are a snowboarder, then it means: the best place to live) Preventive – … Continue reading

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My Adventures in Nashville Land (Continued … Again … Once More)

It was eleven thirtyish, bordering around midnight. The halls of the Opryland Hotel and Convention Center were empty except for me and a four foot tall, thirty pound potted plant in one hand, and a twenty pound mirror, which could … Continue reading

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My Adventures in Nashville Land (Continued … Again)

“Y’all,” I didn’t know when I began saying it, but I did. It wasn’t a means of me fitting in; it was more of the “in” fitting me. I just woke up one day and it had become part of … Continue reading

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