Here’s a way to say it — I pay attention, I notice things, I remember, I make connections; my mind moves fast — and long,
A wayback bit of my memory mentions to me how George Thorogood and Bob Seger each felt, responded, etc., when asked to play their single
Yellowstone sucks. Och! — but you knew that. Wait … umm … we can agree on that right? + Prolly not — else why this blog
Each animal has its glory. The dog his ears, the rabbit her tail, the dolphin their leaps. Elephant trunk Moose antlers Giraffe … duh Walrus
There’s a danger of saying too much. There’s always that. I wrote previously and succinctly about stories. Here’s a longer exploration I’ve been working on, off and on,
Relent is not Repent. Relent is … Oh, OK … yeah. I shouldn’t. Repent is … not that.
Today is the 11th anniversary of the September 11, 2001 attacks. Poking around, I found this short item, from the Fictional Newswire New York (FN)
Is ballet a sport? The question is asinine in at least two ways. Of course it is, whether one is asking does it qualify as