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Texas Cities Report Sightings of Demon Cats

I was going to wait until it rained in November to re-post this, but it may never rain in November. Plus, it seems appropriate for today. From two years ago:  Texas Cities Report Sightings of “Demon” Cats during Sunday Night’s Storms Abilene, Texas: Residents of towns across Texas, including Abilene, reported sightings of cats acting strange during … Continue reading

A Not so Cozy Winter’s Tale

We had a cat trapped in our wall. A crazy cat. The house was a huge, unfinished metal two-story home in the middle of the woods in the middle of nowhere in rural Oklahoma. We rented it, along with about 20 acres, for around $300 a month. It was all that we could afford. We … Continue reading

Review: An Atheist, a Vegan and a Crossfitter Walk into a Bar

Rated R for language and content. The most positive thing I can say is that this book has a catchy title—catchy enough that I downloaded it and looked forward to reading it. Also, I would have loved it when I was 16. And about that title, it has nothing to do with the book; it’s … Continue reading

Review: Blood, Sweat, & Shame by Justin Slater

Blood, Sweat, & Shame: Confessions of an Ultra Marathon Fat Guy By Justin Slater I’ve read several books about running, but Justin Slater’s Blood, Sweat, and Shame is one of a kind. Slater, for me, is easy to relate to. He says that his entire “list of personal attributes” that qualifies him to complete an … Continue reading

Review: The Tricky Art of Co-Existing by Sandi Toksvig

If you think that reading a book on manners sounds like a bore, give Sandi Toksvig’s The Tricky Art of Co-Existing a try. It is anything but. Ms. Toksvig writes about everything from flushing the toilet to sex. Her suggestions—she says there are no rules—are based on the “top c’s of manners”: consideration, common sense, … Continue reading

Review: A Field Guide to Awkward Silences by Alexandra Petri

I read the Washington Post when the work day is slow. Someone monitors my computer, so I try to look like I’m keeping up with current events. But, if Someone were to look a little further, they’d see that instead of reading the pressing news, I’ve read the last week’s worth of Alexandra Petri (Pea-Try) … Continue reading

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