WRITTEN BY GLENN REDUS - SEPTEMBER 28, 2019 Our sister paper, “The Amazon Washington Post,” has reported that our traitorous lump of a president has spun more than 12,000 lies or misleading claims during his time in the Oval Office. But one rare truth from the fetid lips of Donald Trump — as also reported by … Continue reading MAYBE IN FUTURE WE SHOULD JUST KEEP OUR HANDS TO OURSELVES – REBLOG – The Shinbone Star
FOWC with Fandango — Verbose So this morning, when Bonnie went into her barkathon, I knew one more night of no sleep was going to knock me off the ledge into a deep, pit. I would be in a coma from which I'd never wake up. Garry actually got up and went to sleep in the … Continue reading SO WHY DON’T I HAVE ANYTHING TO SAY? – Marilyn Armstrong
I lived in New York City for the first 40 years of my life and since then I’ve lived in the woods in a small town in Connecticut. So I have a good perspective on life in the city versus life in the country. To be honest, there’s very little about city life I miss, … Continue reading THE JOYS OF DOORMEN – BY ELLIN CURLEY
September 30, 2019 – Autumn Leaf We are still really weak in the fall foliage department, but there's a bit. Here and there and a lot of yellow.
Bonnie barked all morning and I fell back into total exhaustion fast. I got up, poured coffee, and promptly fell asleep with the computer in my lap. I woke up eventually believing the patriots were winning their game 287 to 3 (it was just 13 to nothing). Garry brought me a coke and went off … Continue reading MORPHEUS, YOU HAVE CLAIMED ME – Marilyn Armstrong
If you're reading this today, it's the 29th of September. It's the end of the regular major league baseball season. Two-thirds of the 30 big-league teams, who had April dreams of grandeur, head home to ponder what went wrong. It's "Wait Till Next Year" for the dispirited fans of the disappointed teams. "Wait Till Next … Continue reading WAIT TILL NEXT YEAR – Garry Armstrong
Old, by Rich Paschall When you think of all the things you want to be when you grow up, "old" probably is not on the list. You may think about being a doctor or nurse. You may consider lawyer or politician. Fireman or police officer may be on your list. In fact, in your elementary … Continue reading ONE THING I DID NOT WANT TO BE – Rich Paschall