This strange springtime of social distancing keeps presenting me with new opportunities to string sentences together that I never in a million years thought I'd say. Case in point, the latest of such unexpected statements: today I am indeed wearing a pair of socks emblazoned with the face of the Governor of Kentucky, Andy Beshear. … Continue reading Socks for Social Distancing, Day 31
When I said yesterday that there would be one notable exception to the parade of puppy socks proudly portrayed on my paws this week, I'm guessing that most of you might have figured that our one difference would likely pop up today. It is, after all, a pretty significant day, at least here in the United … Continue reading Vote Xenomorph
Hey, Hi! So, I finished the first draft of Project Hermey late last week, and then there was Halloween and assorted other weekend activities and, well, my brain is effectively tapioca when it comes to the fabrication of words up and stringing them together. At least, that is, if I want to be putting them … Continue reading It’s Election Day In The U.S. of A.
It’s Monday. That’s the day that follows the weekend. So, yeah, the weekend is over. And that makes exactly no people happy. Well, except that one guy, but no one really likes him. Plus, have you seen the way he watches you when you’re eating Chinese food? It’s like, dude, get your own kung pao. … Continue reading Five Things About Current Events
As is typical for a Monday, I’ve got lots of things running through my head today. Some are thoughts informed by tidbits from the weekend past, like that final few crumbs of a morning muffin that gives just a hint of the enjoyment had previously. Mmmm…double chocolate chip muffin. What? Chocolate is too perfectly acceptable … Continue reading Why I wish I wasn’t working today (not because it’s Monday) and other items of note
I was glad to see that world was mostly still in one piece when I got up this morning. That said, though, the images all around us from Monday night and today are, well, pretty damn staggering. Sandy made landfall and left a mark that I'm not sure even Godzilla could live up to. And … Continue reading A momentary break from destruction
Well, no so much for me, at least from a consumption perspective, because I have to run early tomorrow morning. And if there's anything I've proven to myself so far, it's that late night beer drinking + early AM running = Massive Ugh. But that's okay! Because what I really meant was that today's a … Continue reading Thursday obviously means beer time
After much consideration, I decided not to offer a weekend debate this weekend. For one, we had the Vice Presidential debate last week and two more Presidential debates still to stomach endure come in the next few weeks. So I think we can all take a break from the debating of nonsense topics, just this … Continue reading Weekend Debate: Taking a week off
Like most Americans, I reckon, I watched some of the Vice Presidential debate last night on, um, I don't know, that one channel with all the talking heads that don't manage to really say anything. Between you and me, I'm not sure why we have VP debates, anyway, since the Vice President of the United … Continue reading Vote Puddin for POTUS
I don't think I can adequately express just how happy—no, elated—I am about today. Sure, it's Tuesday, which isn't something to typically get all wound up over, and yes, I still had to go to work today rather than enact my plan of sitting around in a bathrobe while watching the entire Star Wars saga … Continue reading Halleluiah, halleluiah! Praise the US Constitution!