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“Hello. Have you seen my dogs?” “Ran off again, did they?” “Yes.” “Because you were letting them run around loose again outside without any leashes on, weren’t you?” “But they love it so much.” “And while they were running around … Continue reading
Because a friend thought it would be fun to watch a film about a screenwriter (Christian Bale) with a former screenwriter (me) and see how I would react: “Okay, no. Just no. First off, no screenwriter is this good-looking. And … Continue reading
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Verizon Phone Rep: “Can you please give us the tracking number for the Fios equipment you returned?” Me: “You mean the tracking number on the preprinted and prepaid label that you sent to us?” Verizon: “We sent you a label?” … Continue reading
Why the many-months hiatus on this blog? Chalk it up getting a mortgage, finding a house, making it through a truly epic short sale, rehabbing the formerly abandoned place to something livable again, and then, finally, moving in two days … Continue reading
The Argument: The Rebuttal: The Decision:
My Wife, Doing the New York Times Crossword Puzzle: “I know you’re just going to say something funny, but 32-Down, Democrats Fight It.” Me: “Reality.” My Wife: “Crap! That actually fits!”