Monthly Archives: January 2014

Underdeveloped Memory Glands

I was going to write a little treatise on memory…but I forget what I wanted to say about it. And therein lies the key to memory, or lack of it. I wish I remembered all the important things in my … Continue reading

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“A” for Inventiveness, “F” for Invention

I’d love to say I hate reality shows. I probably would feel more evolved if I could. The best I can say is that I’m selective in this matter. If my life experiences, or my fantasies, align with the theme … Continue reading

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Even Hope Diamond Has Flaw

No news bulletin here: I’m a highly flawed individual.   Also no surprise to anyone who knows me or to anyone who has read even a few of my columns: I always expected myself to be perfect in everything I … Continue reading

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Mindless over What Matters Most

I used to believe I was terminally unique but, as the years pass, I see that I am far from alone. Any bad habits I’ve picked up, poor choices I’ve acted upon and plain bonehead decisions I’ve carried out have … Continue reading

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Opting out of Parade for New Year

Today , class, we’re going to conjugate the verb don’t-get-it. Only, unlike the conjugations you learned in French 101, this verb has no first person — singular or plural. The reason? Simple. I get it; we get it. No. It’s you, he, … Continue reading

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