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A Nightmarish Sexual Landscape: Another True Story

A few years back, a woman enquired about motorcycle ownership.  However, the conversation she led me into had less to do with two-wheeled transportation and more to do with graphically confusing sexual innuendoes and painting a nightmarish portrait of her … Continue reading

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The Greatest Used Book in History Continued: February 1988

This is the second installment of a dairy within the used book I purchased.  For the beginning of this fantastic journey, please read The Greatest Used Book in History or browse around this blog.   I may do a Valentines’s Day … Continue reading

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Unifiable Infantile Hideousness: Is YOUR Baby Ugly?

This might not be news for the entirety of the human race, but not everybody can have a cute baby.  If I had to be honest, I would say that some babies are about as cute as a truck stop … Continue reading

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The Greatest Used Book in History

If you have ever wondered where books go when they die or are just a few decades old and no longer relevant, I can tell you.  They all end up in a dilapidated library that smells like old cardboard and … Continue reading

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Giant Dogs and Unlikely Ova: Another True Story

When I was in my teens, my next door neighbor had this rundown looking house populated by mean looking dogs.  The place was flat grey with a gravel driveway, a backyard that was mostly dirt and dark yellow curtains that … Continue reading

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Reverie in Action: Failed Attempts at Running Away

When I was just about three I told my mother that I was running away.  I cannot clearly recall what had transpired to incite the notion that, having just gotten all of my teeth, my parents were just holding me … Continue reading

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Unpretentious Devotion: Romantic Advice from Dogs

If you lay down in the prone position before establishing a dominant relationship with a dog, there is a good chance that he’s going to hump you regardless of your preference on the matter.  Dogs do not overanalyze relationships.  In … Continue reading

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Too Detroit for Chicago: True Lies by the People who Told Them

Some time ago, I applied for a job where I would live in Chicago’s Museum of Science and Industry for a month.  It’s one of the more impressive and enjoyable museums I am aware of and I sincerely wanted a … Continue reading

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Dog Faces and the Long Process of Dotage

People seem to think that getting old happens overnight but aging is a long arduous process.  You don’t suddenly wake up one morning with this uncontrollable desire to start dolling out hard candies like some sort of juicy mouthed, high … Continue reading

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Technology and the Ruination of Humanity

I am pretty sure that people have forgotten how to interact with each other on the physical plane.  The internet has allowed the world we live in to become so abstract that the very essence of genuine human contact has … Continue reading

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