On this day back in 2005, I began blogging after reviewing a photograph of a gangrenous foot. I was still working at a personal injury firm in Knoxville, Tennessee. The blogging bug bit hard, and I found a pleasure I’ve… Continue Reading →
A silly little prank. Oddly, people seemed to buy it.
I would not be surprised to learn that Bar Jester Jason Peters is reverse-engineering an actual essay from his freshmen composition class. His note to the female students of his college is well-taken — this isn’t worth suicide for them… Continue Reading →
Correspondence from 1974 between an attorney who is a Cleveland Browns season ticket holder and the response turns out to be 100% pure awesome. If it’s not genuine, it ought to be.
Professor Mondo explains it all. Oh, how I wish I could actually be so honest as he.
Would it be wrong to stuff a pre-roasted Cornish game hen inside the turkey, then at dinner tell all the kids, “Uh-oh, it looks like we cooked the turkey’s baby, too!” while you pull it out?* And if you make… Continue Reading →
Obama Outlines Moral, Philosophical Justifications For Turkey Pardon
England and the United States are nations separated by a common language and this is nowhere more evident than in differing slang words. That, and I guess the Sun isn’t exactly the Times when it comes to enforcement of staid… Continue Reading →
I am enough of a history geek that this game sounds like a whole lot of fun. “Boom! I’ve got Franklin on this one!” I don’t think I could get The Wife to play it very often, though.
Fortunately there are some things I only need to worry about with respect to comfort.