Anatomy of a Joke, or Why My Marriage Survives

Anatomy of a Joke I am nothing if not an observer of human nature. It is not only essential to what I do for a living as Security in a hospital environment, but it is endlessly entertaining. Last year, in a kind of fit of nostalgia I had a red dragon, taken from an old … Continue reading

Yard Sale Report for 7/20/12 and a Reminder to Go To The Woods!

She was an older woman, a little worn around the edges, like an old paperback romance novel sitting in a discount book bin in front of a forgotten bookstore. Her colors were a little faded and her cover was a bit scratched and folded. Maybe, once, there was a passion there, a wild undignified story … Continue reading

Terrible nasty things in the Presidential Suite.

As I mentioned in a previous story, I once worked as Security for a famous local hotel, which again, for the purposes of this story and to protect myself from lawsuits, I will not name. At the time, I usually referred to myself as a Security Diplomat rather than a Security Guard, and sometimes as, … Continue reading

The Green Dog

I will admit that doggerel is one of the lowest forms of communication, even when the topic is (appropriately), dogs. Unfortunately I have a weakness for the form, which coupled with a fairly juvenile sense of humor creates some rather interesting outcomes. I get these silly ideas and can hardly restrain myself ¬†from playing them … Continue reading