Monthly Archives: January 2013

The Toronto Hunger Games Champion

…is running for the US Senate. Help him get there.

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Good Lines

“The colonel was a disputatious individual, stubborn, easily driven to wrath, and possessed of many positive opinions, most of which were founded upon a bedrock of nearly invincible ignorance.”  Robert Sheckley, from his short story, A Suppliant in Space.

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The Adventures of Gracie the Wander Cat: Gettin’ comfortable

You know, before I guilted that D. Krauss guy into letting me stay with him, I was pretty much at home in the elements. Spent last winter under the deck out back and in a little hole I made for … Continue reading

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Last August

Birds feeding, with the occasional assistance of a bat. Right over the top of my house. Birds and Bat3      

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Joffrey Charlemagne for US Senate

Okay, for those who haven’t watched Jason Smith’s web series, Losing Cable and Losing Cable 2, I gotta ask, why not? Go do that right now. For those of you who have, and are wondering what mad genius lies behind this brilliant, … Continue reading

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Good lines

From Rennie Airth’s River of Darkness: “Increasingly solitary, he saw his life as all that was left to him: a tattered sail that might bear the wind but would bring him to no haven.”

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Should I call Father Karras or Father Moore?

Continuing the trend of a writer boring the crap out of you by writing about writing, I’ve experienced a rather rare event this week— a dream. Now, yes, like everyone else I dream all the time, quite vividly and in … Continue reading

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