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Category Archives: Nonsense
Work has kept me from posting (funny, that) but I feel the need to put up a couple photos I found when doing some digital camera cleanup, namely moving files off the various cameras Matt and I use. Here’s Matthew swimming in … Continue reading
I hate to have nonsense here, but…..Matt was watching a recent episode of the Bravo reality television show Top Chef last night, and one of the hosts, Padma Lakshmi, in an amateur move, spit out a bite of a dish … Continue reading
Barack Hussein Obama will be the 44th President of the United States of America. Now I know what it felt like when JFK and FDR were elected.
I told Netflix thanks, but no thanks, to that Bridge on the River Kwai movie they keep sending. Here’s a reminder that the Vice Presidential debate between Senator Joe Biden and Governor Sarah Palin is on tonight at 6:00 p.m. … Continue reading
Here’s a partial list of the publications Sarah Palin reads regularly: The Sand Mountain Reporter, Alexander City Outlook, Andalusia Star-News, The Anniston Star, Arab Today, Athens News Courier, Atmore Advance, Alabama Messenger, Birmingham Business Journal, Centre Cherokee County Herald, Citronelle … Continue reading
Please, someone, spare me from this California nonsense. While I’m sure it’s a good thing and I’m just being East Coast, take a gander at the June 2008 issue of Sunset, page 20. Yoga restaurants. Pu-leeze. This is not something the … Continue reading
Paul McCartney’s new CD, Memory Almost Full, first things first, is terrible. No one likes Sir Paul more than Matthew and I and we are willing to give him a break when he releases questionable material, like Chaos and Creation … Continue reading
The akitachow pack is moving to a much bigger house soon. Given that my cooking paraphernalia, cookbooks and teapot collection are crammed into a 930 square foot bungalow right now, this is A Very Good Thing. No more moving 20 clay … Continue reading
Some serious coolness is that I am staying on Bennett Avenue in Binghamton, the street with the house Rod Serling grew up in, which is a block or so over. Matthew and I did a drive-by last week, taking a … Continue reading
We were talking about The Twilight Zone today (again) and Matthew said he thought there was a mechanical version of Rod Serling in the 1980’s. He must have been thinking of Michael Dukakis.