Creative Juices is this week's Topic for Zoomers Writers Wednesday. This has been a tough one for me, because I haven't found much in the way of creative juices lately.
Brief editorial comment. . .
What I know for sure is that the raw-foods organic vegetable juices hypochondriacs and other assorted health nuts make in their blenders is not what we are…Continue
Ponderings and Photos in anticipation of True Blood Sunday night on HBO
Inmate Courtney Royal, a prisoner in the glorious state of Texas had federal appeals court reject his civil rights lawsuit as frivolous this week. In a…Continue
We have our own version of the murder-mystery The Killing or The Bitch with the Badge as I call it on AMC, and the show begins its 2 hour premiere Sunday night. Surprisingly, the Duchess of Cornwall has told everyone that she loves the original European series that is…
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The most significant automotive news of this century seems to have slipped under the radar. A ratty, busted-to-hell Citroën completed the 24 Hours…Continue
I completed today’s blog last night and let Steve take a look at it. I asked him if he liked it and he said it was okay. But it was the tone of the word "okay" I didn’t like.
He said he did not understand all the cat pictures and did not care for Arnold and called him a pussy. I looked at him and laughed and said,
I sat there and deleted most of my cat pictures except three and…Continue
Last week the police had to be called to interrupt a fight between two young men over an available iPad2 in Beijing China. Of course the Apple staff could not be reached for comment as they were too busy taking pictures of the incident on their iPhones. Malachi Urbini, an Art Institute of Pittsburgh student, who was killed Sunday after he tried to trade his IPad and his IPod for heroin. What has this world come to? To heck with the gluttony and wrath from the Seven Deadly Sins; we now have…Continue
Added by Linda Seccaspina on May 11, 2011 at 11:00am — No Comments
Remember when television was in the living room and a place for the family to get together to watch a family program, and the choices were quite limited? Since then it has 'progressed' in such a way that huge amounts of programming are now directed at different segments of the family. As a result most of it is not watched as a group and may be viewed separately at different hours or in separate rooms.
Over the years TV has brought into the home entertainment, news and commercials.…
The Louisville Slugger shown in the photograph below is the 180 Paul O’Neill model. It is one hundred percent American made and yes that is the same Yankees player that Kramer had to get to hit two home runs so he could get the Steinbrenner birthday card back for George. But none of that really matters right now because I am furious.
This baseball bat has been used in a few sporting events but mostly it has been used for self protection. It is…Continue
This is the fifteenth in a series about the strangers that I meet in my life.
Whether you or I approve of how this teen mom lives her life is not up to us. I am sure there will be many opinions and thoughts about whether you would have allowed your daughter to proceed on a life journey like this.
Her name is Sunkiss and she belongs to a…Continue