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Men Without Women

Recently, a loyal reader of my blog asked a question of how it was that salty became used as a term for angry, since it had appeared in a recent quiz-show segment for my congregation’s annual variety show [1].  Looking … Continue reading

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A Review Of The 2019 YE Hot 100: Part Two

Let’s get this done.  Most of my favorite songs of the year were in thelower reaches but there are still 50 songs to talk about, so why not finish what we started here. #50:  Beautiful People – Ed Sheeran f/Khalid … Continue reading

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A Review Of The 2019 YE Hot 100: Part One

Having several times looked at the YE charts [1], I thought it would be worthwhile to reflect upon the most popular music of 2019.  While 2019 was certainly a better year for music than 2016 or 2018, there was definitely … Continue reading

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The Dingo Ate My Thanksgiving Scraps

There are some good things about being a bit out of touch with what is going on in the outside world on a day like this.  For example, I missed seeing a pop singer who had unsuccessfully tried to clown … Continue reading

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Cattle Cars

I don’t want it to seem as if I bag on American Airlines or think they are the worst airlines in business (for at least as long as they stay in business) [1].  That said, every time I seem to … Continue reading

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An Eccentric Journey In Parts

Rather than trying to liveblog a journey back from the Feast to the United States where there is only an hour in between, with the possibility that the internet will not work particularly well in some of those places, I … Continue reading

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Book Review: Cat High: The Yearbook

Cat High:  The Yearbook, by Terry Deroy Gruber One would think that it’s not too hard to make compelling parody material about cats.  Cats are naturally pretty entertaining animals to watch and to read about and there are many funny … Continue reading

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Book Review: How To Make Your Cat An Internet Celebrity

How To Make Your Cat An Internet Celebrity:  A Guide To Financial Freedom, by Patricia Carlin with photography by Dustin Fenstermacher It is unclear whether this book is meant to be taken seriously or not.  We live, after all, in … Continue reading

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Book Review: Grumpy Cat: A Grumpy Book

Grumpy Cat:  A Grumpy Book:  Disgruntled Tips And Activities Designed To Put A Frown On Your Face, by Grumpy Cat As most people are aware of, I am greatly fascinated by memes, and cat memes are no exception to this … Continue reading

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Book Review: Quarter Life Poetry

Quarter Life Poetry:  Poems For The Young, Broke & Hangry, by Samantha Jayne This book is an example of a genre of poetry that seeks to capitalize on the suffering and general lack of life success found by many millennials … Continue reading

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