Zen Sarcasm

I did not originate these, but I’ve collected them from various locations on the World Wide Web as I’ve encountered them.  Enjoy! The journey of a thousand miles begins with a broken fan belt and leaky tire. It’s always darkest before dawn.  So if you’re going to steal your neighbor’s newspaper, that’s the time to […]

Squirrel Revenge

Marie and I were sitting on the front steps this afternoon watching the birds at the bird feeder. Marie commented that she put some gourmet bird food (includes nuts) in the feeder, she was surprised a squirrel hadn’t camped out on the thing. No sooner were those words out of her mouth than a squirrel […]

Valentine’s Day Tech Support

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and I came across this humorous look at romance and marriage that melds l’amour and technology.  I did not create this (I don’t know who did) but decided I’d share it with you.  Enjoy! Dear Tech Support, Last year I upgraded from Boyfriend 5.0 to Husband 1.0 and […]

Professional Jargon and the Turbo Encabulator

Those who work within an industry tend to develop a jargon of their own to express ideas quickly.  Sometimes these are scientific terms, sometimes they are slang used as short hand, sometimes they are acronyms spoken out as words.  As long as these folks are in their own element, communication is fine.  Put a few […]

Toilet Paper Debate Resolved

The ongoing debate over toilet paper orientation seems to have been answered more than a century ago. According to an 1891 patent by New York businessman Seth Wheeler, the end of a toilet paper roll should be on the front, or in the “over” position.  Advocates of the “off-the-back” position, please take note and flip that roll over when […]