There’s a medical practice here in Louisville that specializes in a certain “medical issue” that is only applicable to men. They advertise quite frequently, boasting that they ONLY handle said issue. I won’t mention the issue specifically; those who live here will likely know the practice of which I speak, and others can use your imagination. … Continue reading An Unnecessary Moment with Unsolicited Medical Practice Advice from an Unqualified-Yet-Concerned Citizen // #1
I've posted in the past about the site 101words.org for, well, honestly, pretty self-serving reasons, mostly; I've had a few short pieces published on the site (short as in 101 words EXACTLY, thus the very apt title), and would like people to read them. I mention it here again for a, well, SOMEWHAT self-serving reason, as … Continue reading Flash Fiction Magazine Issue 1
I haven’t attempted much poetry since college. As such, I’m not even sure that’s what this is. For what it’s worth, this came from a strangely deep and abiding emotion which washed over me at my son’s 5th birthday party. It was such a melancholy sensation seemingly linked not only the quick pace of life … Continue reading The Boy on His Birthday
I want to give everyone a heads up about a Kickstarter campaign which I will be launching in the very near future: I’ll be designing a vehicle for parents or guardians who struggle with children who argue over where they’re going to sit on trips. The basic design is just like a normal car or … Continue reading Finally, a Campaign to Get Excited About!
Important update! I recently drove past the motel mentioned in this post, and the sign seems to have changed in one crucial way, and I have to say this seems like a gift from the grammar heavens for a guy like me who loves to over-analyze everything AND has been known to take part in beating a … Continue reading “Free Wi-Fi” Part “2”
My Dearest C, It's hard to believe it's only been a few days, for it seems like an eternity. I hope you are well and that you'll forgive this letter, but I find myself unable to stop thinking about you now that we are apart. No doubt that statement will anger you; you will remind … Continue reading A Love Letter to Carbs
I was at the gas station the other day, and when the screen asked if I wanted a receipt, there were two options: >Yes >No Thank You Now, I guess my mother taught me well because I tend to say "Please" and "Thank You" whenever possible. Still, I think this is a bit presumptuous of our … Continue reading A Moment with Overly-Polite Technology // #2