Posted in Stories and Appreciations on 7 September 2010
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Krums are the fried pieces of excess batter that drip or break off of the “real” food. Oh, how I coveted the mountains of Krums.
Posted in Stories and Appreciations on 6 September 2010
Stats: 3,465 views and 4 Comments
Photography is a learning process that eventually becomes a skill, and it’s a skill that eventually becomes a sense. I’m getting there.
Posted in One Million Watts on 3 September 2010
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I join social networks willy-nilly and put little or no thought into them, but it isn’t what I put on them that matters. It’s what I leave off.
Posted in Stories and Appreciations on 23 August 2010
Stats: 26,031 views and 4 Comments
The shop was home to one of those carnival midway machines that would print any sequence of letters onto a souvenir coin. In essence, you were making your own money.
Posted in Lies and Entertainment on 20 August 2010
Stats: 7,299 views and 7 Comments
Everyone wants to own a ventriloquist dummy, but how do we overcome the fear that it will come to life in the middle of the night and stab us to death?
Posted in Lies and Entertainment on 30 July 2010
Stats: 6,912 views and 4 Comments
I’m tired of having my great do-it-yourself ideas shot down. Who doesn’t want to build their own one-person hot tub, knit their own money or have their very own floating plastic island?
Posted in Things We Like on 24 July 2010
Stats: 5,944 views and 1 Comment
Straight outta Indonesia, it’s a sexy killing machine! Also: The makers of “Wallace and Gromit” pay the bills with style.
Posted in One Million Watts on 22 July 2010
Stats: 5,427 views and 4 Comments
My smartphone use is through the roof. It isn’t rude or unsafe, but I’ve come to depend on that handheld interface in ways that almost shame me when I say them out loud.
Posted in Lies and Entertainment on 19 July 2010
Stats: 3,480 views and No Comments
I should be a millionaire several times over by this point in my life. Scores of venture capitalists should be clamoring to take me to lunch, and I’ll tell you why.
Posted in Stories and Appreciations on 8 July 2010
Stats: 12,753 views and 8 Comments
One evening, while browsing a large entertainment store, I was struck by a notion: The massive store, as well as its aisles of products, will be gone very soon.