Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Who am I?


If you look to the left of this post, there is a section which begins to answer this question.

At the very end you'll see that part of my day as a writer has been spent trying to get my email read on The Late Late Show with Tv's Craig Ferguson.

And I finally did.

"I have a dreaaaaammmm...."

I'm very happy about this but,

Now that I've fullfilled a dream to get my email read on the LLShow?

I've gotta work up the effort to find a new dream.

In other news?

The disinheriting thing? Well - I'm not sure just yet what that's about.

I think it has something to do with not performing up my potential.

In my family?

Writing poetry is supposed to be a hobby.
Like golf.

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Business Models - "They're called Tiger Balls."

It's Recycling Week here in Slacker land so we're recycling jokes.

So - I was talking to my business consultant.

We have an idea.

Infidelity Golf Balls.

Just like you have "handicaps" you have different levels of golf balls.

For instance, there is the novice golfer's balls called "The Little Dick's" golf balls.

The really popular model has only two in a package.

They're called Tiger Balls.

And for some reason tiger stripes.

They're part of the "Pecker Wood" collection.

Very expensive and popular with divorced women.

Go figure.

Conversations at 2 am

The relationship of the invisible sub atomic particle and a poem...

Who Has Seen The Wind

by Christina Georgina Rosetti

Who has seen the wind.
Neither I nor you.
But when the leaves hang trembling.
The wind is passing through.

Who has seen the wind.
Neither you nor I.
But when the trees bow down their heads.
The wind is passing by.

On a related note?

April is apparently National Poetry Month.

But since it's March and Recycling Week is important?
We get a recycled poem.

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Monday, March 22, 2010

Celebrating Recycling Week...

Get caught recycling...

Objective: To spread the word about recycling!

"Feel free to dress up as something recyclable and hold a sign that says "I'm recyclable."

Combined it "Bring Your Grandparents To Lunch" Day at school.

(Think about it.)

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Bush's Grillin' Beans


98 cents.

Eatten cold out of a recyclable can with reuseable metal spoon to save the environment.

Washed spoon with a dollop from a 6 dollar bottle of Method soap.
Also to save the environment.


Filtered tap water in my brand new fake Starbucks reusable coffee cup.
Purchased at World Market for 8 bucks.
The one with the orange and red stripes.
And dots.

It's cute.
And cheap.

(If this were the '80's? I'd be a yuppie. :D)

To do list?

Enroll @ University of Gas http://www.beanogas.com/

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