“Why do you not dance with us? Who are you to live?” He peers carefully around the doorframe. I watch his eyes. Cold. Blue. Unfeeling! My heart is pounding! I try to call out, but only cough blood. He says nothing, wanders quietly on down the hallway, checking the other rooms. I try to rise,… Continue reading Chapter Two
“I will not die in the street like a dog.” And so it is… Soft light. A sliver. A breath. Ah… to breathe. My chest fills; empties. Muscles… move. Somewhere in side. It works. It works. The soft light grows brighter; a red, ruddy haze. My body is warm. My lips are dry. I start… Continue reading Chapter One
Government agents arrest a white separatist accused of a bombing. What took them so long? By James Ridgeway Mother Jones When the Department of Homeland Security warned in April that the financial crisis and Barack Obama’s election were inflaming right-wing extremists, many conservatives were outraged. But a spate of high-profile murders this year has prompted… Continue reading Are the Feds Cracking Down on Right-Wing Terrorists?
Here be the unfinished pages of the tale of M.E. Caldwell. Some of you know her as “Emmy”. Most of you just call her “Caldwell”. I suppose if you fit within either category, then this work needs no introduction. But if you’re new to this novel, you can find out more in the various links… Continue reading M.E. Caldwell
“You know everyone loves and respects Michael but times change. It’s so sad to see Michael gone but it makes a path for a new King of Pop and I’m willing to take that on.” – Kanye West to Scrape TV (perhaps thinking a bit much of himself) on taking over Michael Jackson’s legacy.
I’ve tried to look the other way when the nutjobs have started up their blathering about how President Obama wasn’t born in the United States, because I prefer to believe that those people have simply forgotten to take their medication. But these people will not shut up. Lately this “Birther” movement seems to have become… Continue reading When Will Beck, O’Reilly and Hannity Be Arrested?
by Mike Lupica New York Daily News Sarah Palin quit on her stool as governor of Alaska Sunday night, talking about leadership as she did. She clearly imagines herself to someday be the next President of the United States, getting to tell guys like Mahmoud Ahmadinejad where to get off, yet leaves whining about a… Continue reading It’s Oh So Fitting to See Sarah Palin Quitting: Now What?
I’m sitting around in front of the computer, waiting for some Goody’s powders to kick in so that I might be able to get some sleep. My neck was hurting when I laid down last night, but I figured I could take the pressure off of it and get some sleep. That didn’t work out… Continue reading Early Morning Musings
I just ran across a quote from the book of Mark that pretty much sums up why I consider myself to be a Pagan. “He answered and said unto them, Well hath Esaias prophesied of you hypocrites, as it is written, This people honoureth me with their lips, but their heart is far from me. … Continue reading Why I'm Pagan, According To The Bible
Not for the faint of heart. 3 oz of Bacardi 151 proof rum juice from one fresh lime 1 oz Grand Marnier 1/2 oz Trader Vic’s Rock Candy Syrup 1 oz Trader Vics Orgeat Syrup 1 maraschino cherry 1/2 oz cherry syrup (from the cherry jar) 1 open flame (a candle will do) Before you… Continue reading Wic's Wicked Flaming Mai Tai