I’m going as a trumped up indictment.
As I was getting ready this morning, it occurred to me that it was probably early in the year for the heater to be on way down here in Satan’s Naval. It’s hot here. Now, I’m not saying this is or isn’t a sign of climate change — but I realized that if this was a particularly cold or early… Read more »
Thursday I started to feel a little… off. My throat and chest weren’t so great. I took some over-the-counter stuff to push through the day — thanks, methheads — and made it through. Then I felt a little better on Friday but could tell I was in for some sort of sinus-related body rebellion. This will be the first of… Read more »
Oh, I wish I had the energy to write about CNN’s bad, no good, terrible week today. But I’m just beat. I finally got a chance to cut the grass today, after weeks of constant rain, and of course that means tall, thick, not entirely dry grass. And in the midst of it, the lawnmower decided that it needed a… Read more »
Larry Correia asks that anyone interested help with a survey, For Great Science! Sean Spicer dealt out the truth For Great Justice! 9 Tweets Sarah Silverman Wishes You’d Forget, hat-tip Insty. Get ’em now before Twitter goes under. The Moon Through A Dusty Window. Hell, Kim, I’m still addicted to those books — and not just reading them!
Just a few quick points: – I’ve managed to stick to the low-carb, no-junk thing pretty well, but had a bit of trouble over the weekend. Going forward I’m going to be better about it, but I’m making progress. The biggest thing at this point that I’ve noticed: we are fucking surrounded by products loaded in sugar and HFCS. –… Read more »
A Note on Inspiration The to-do list is never getting shorter. Weekends are, with more stuff on the horizon: searching for a new car the newest among them. Work has been an eternal emergency, or close to it. Everyone needs something today, they always do when you’re useful. There are two ways to add more to the wick and wax… Read more »
I haven’t often found myself in a situation that involves the possibility of my own death. I cannot remember the last time I came this close outside of being put under for surgery — which, being at a hospital, is not a bad place for the risk of anesthesia — but it’s been several years. Thursday night, I’m heading to… Read more »
Everyone go over and see Splendid Isolation by non-other than Kim du Toit! While the circumstances around his return to blogging aren’t the happiest, seeing his words on a screen again are fantastic — he is one of the many bloggers who inspired me to actually take up the keyboard and blog myself. Also, don’t forget stop by Surviving Life… Read more »
Today has been extraordinarily long at work, after a really long day yesterday — I have not had the chance to write a review, and do not want to spend the rest of the evening doing so, when I have an attractive wife mere yards away. So the review is postponed; but since I’m trying to make this a habit… Read more »