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Monthly Archives: October 2010
As I’ve mentioned before, the cat supply is brutally monopolized by a shadowy nefarious group of organizations headed by Bob Barker. Their evil plan is to make innocent Curmudgeons like me pay for kittens…which everyone knows should be free. If … Continue reading
Another entry into my list of “The Unstoppable”. The title pretty much says everything you need to know. A Montana woman fended off a bear trying to muscle its way into her home Thursday by pelting the animal with a … Continue reading
I’m not sure which one of you pissed off Zeus but would you buy him flowers or something? It’s been a hell of a storm for two days and I’d like to go outside without getting blown to the next … Continue reading
If you’re like me you view the world of work as a wholly inexplicable separate dimension where reality, cause and effect, and all laws of logic are twisted and reversed. I work hard. I do my best every day and … Continue reading
Go here and watch Buster Keaton. Now. That’s an order. It’s the best thing you’ll do all day. (Ht: Small Dead Animals)
One of my multitudinous five readers commented on Lets Hunt Dinosaurs with lyrics so perfectly matched to the topic that I had to add a follow up video. It’s my first embedded video link and a departure of my unwritten … Continue reading
Just because I feel like it, I’m posting a random photo from my last wilderness trip.
Being a Curmudgeon sounds like a glass is half full endeavor but it doesn’t have to be. It’s true that the limp flaccid weak pathetic whining of society’s misfits (and increasingly it’s majority) annoys and depresses me but … Continue reading
Tip O’Neil once said that all politics is local. He had a point. Local politics dimly makes sense while the National election has become so profoundly radioactive that Newt Gingrich is considered a reasonable man. Thus I’ve refrained from commenting … Continue reading