Monthly Archives: July 2012

Summertime And The Livin Is Still Easy

I’m ‘Merican, a victim of public schooling, and a blogger. It should be happy I’m literate at all. Spell check is a metaphor for the government. Continue reading

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Summertime And The Living Is Easy

The following post has no point or defining theme: What is it with Gershwin? It’s almost embarrassing to like his fluff derived of showtunes and lullabies; yet he was brilliant. If you can sit on my porch swing in July and not hear “Summertime” you’re a mutant. Continue reading

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Until recently the world was a better place. This is because I did not own Crocs. Continue reading

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The Unstoppable: Nikola Tesla II

I, supreme overlord of this blog, made a mistake. Continue reading

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The Unstoppable: Nikola Tesla

Usually I refer to folks who “overcome” as “Unstoppable”.  But sometimes someone is so utterly awesome that they merit “Unstoppable” even when life gives them a shit sandwich, their brain pretty much melts, and that jackoff Edison screws them six … Continue reading

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Happy Independence Day

Don’t let the whiners and their creeping weakness get to you.  Our nation is just as awesome as ever. Make noise and celebrate, for today we commemorate a most improbable event.  A bunch of rednecks bumpkins told the most powerful … Continue reading

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Coloured by Stuxnet

It isn’t Stuxnet but for some reason my spell check keeps deciding I’m British.  It defaults to favourite instead of favorite.  (And it flags my proper redneck spelling as incorrect.  The nerve!)  It probably thinks I drive a lorry and … Continue reading

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