All great recollections from out of nowhere usually occur when someone is on the toilet.
That’s how it went for me today. I remembered I have a blog. I logged into that blog. Then I spent an hour removing 90% of the content from that blog. I flushed it all away.
According to my stats someone looks at this thing at least once a day. My apologies to you. Hopefully there is someone else out there blogging nonsense for you to follow.
For all intents and purposes; I was born in 1979. When there was hi-fi not wi-fi. I’ve been on several family road trips spanning chasms of time I’ll never get back. I swear, one time we spent 11 hours in a car and 5 of it was stand-still traffic. I actually started to contemplate eating my brother towards the end. If you grew up in that era you can understand what it was like to sit in a car and watch your youth die on the vine as you breathed in the fumes.
Tonight, my son asked me what movies I used to watch on long car rides when I was a boy. After laughing for 17 minutes I decided to *screen cap* a few of my favorites from IMDB. I’m going to show him them in the morning. I thought some of you would enjoy them, too. I’m sure most of you watched the same movies on your road trips that I did while stuck in the backseat of a car in the 80s or previous. In no particular order, My Top 5 Favorite Movies From The Non-Existent In-Car DVD Player Of My Youth:
1. The Scenery
2. How Much Crap Can I Do To My Brother While He’s Sleeping?
3. Empty Threats 2
4. The Quiet Game
5. Hell Road: The Last Ten Minutes
Mewing is my least favorite word in any language. Is it pronounced myoo-ing, moo-ing — or am I supposed to pronounce it as meowing, but the o is non-existent? I’m not looking for clarification. I’m just letting it be known where I stand when the great mewing vs. meowing war begins. Every time I see it my eyeballs cringe. To me it’s like using the word borking to explain the sound a dog makes.
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I took the 6am Red Line to downtown Pittsburgh today. The sun was casting light and shadows everywhere. Every corner and alleyway had a different palette. The Pride Fest parade was this morning also, so I lucked out with a few streets being completely blocked off. See, the LGBT community does make life better for […]
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Our neighbor stopped over yesterday to tell us the town has a fireworks show every year on the Sunday before Memorial Day. She said we were in a prime spot to see them. I looked at our hill and thought, “What the hell. I’ll grab the camera and see if any of them are even […]