- Freyr: Paws-itively Purr-fect!
- Three-inch Murder Weapon
- Walking on Eggshells
- Too Many Encounters with Men and Women in White
- Crowdfunded Products? Thanks, but No Thanks!
- Close, but no Cigar!
- Smarty-pants Not Wanted on This Planet
- A Pipe Made by Two (no, not a Bicycle Built For Two)
- Bovine Scatologists and Trumpet Blowers Galore at Bullshit Central
- Grab Crab: May the Bleeding Hearts Cry! And for Rabbits Too!
Monthly Archives: April 2015
Ah Gu and I got along like a house on fire. He smoked my Havana cigars and went on trips paid for by me. I bought him meals at some real fancy places. Then Ah Gu turned cold and acted … Continue reading
I see it all the time, a laptop hobo saunters into a Starbucks or Coffee Bean, picks a table, places his or her laptop – and sometimes his or her handbag or backpack as well – on it, then strolls … Continue reading
To be honest, I didn’t really make any special effort. Or at least what I did didn’t feel like it was any special effort because I didn’t really “suffer.” What I did was to cut out all sugar from my … Continue reading
I’m down one size – from XXL to XL. Yayy! Since I’m now “on six months of vacation twice a year” I’m back to the “dot-com” look – navy blue polo and khaki pants. Darn! It’s becoming my “personal style … Continue reading
Honestly, he has already let himself go for the longest time:
Funny how things are. When you have all the time in the world, you may not have the money. When you have all the money in the world, you may not have the time. When you have all the money … Continue reading
Over the years, I’ve helped many people prepare their CVs but while I don’t claim to be a CV-writing expert and I can’t guarantee you’ll get the job you want, I believe the following tips may be of some help: … Continue reading
The Tanganyika Meerschaum Corporation Limited disappeared from the surface of the earth a long time ago and the Kiko pipes they produce are now a rarity, yet one or two will surface every so often on online auction sites. I … Continue reading
University of Washington Professor of Aeronautical Engineering, Frederick Kirsten revolutionized pipe smoking by creating the radiator stem. When tobacco, which is 30% to 60% moisture, is lit in the bowl, it creates steam. As the smoke is drawn through the … Continue reading