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There’s a Spammer Born Every Minute (or You’re Not Fooling Me)

I was feeling lazy today, so I’m going to let spammers write my post for me. Here’s some of the nice things numbered gmail accounts are saying about me [presented verbatim, with my comments in red]. This is a comment

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Halloween Is Not Happy For Everyone (or Just Hand Over The Candy)

[Today features a guest post by Thomas Cat. Take it away Tom.] First off, I’d like to thank Sean for letting me hijack the blog for a day. Normally, I mind my own business, unless it involves fish-flavoured food or a

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Posted in Whine Tasting

October Blogger Award

This month’s blogger award is *drumroll* “The Glass Is Always Half Full Award” and is presented to Tammy at Laughing at Everyday Life for always being upbeat without being really annoying about it. Congratulations Tammy. Here’s some funny just for

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Posted in Announcements

Children Should Be Seen And Not Herd (or Feeding Time At The Zoo)

I can’t even get a date, so I’m the last person in the world to give parenting advice. I probably know more about nuclear physics than I do kids. What I do know is they are often loud and usually

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Posted in DPchallenge, Whine Tasting

One Sigma Certainty (or Don’t Be That Guy)

If you get it, it’s awesome. So, you’ve probably heard of the ninety-nine per cent and the one percent, but have you ever heard of the 68.2689492%. I didn’t think so. Now, before you run away screaming, thinking I’m going

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Posted in Just nerding out, Things I know less about than I think

Shut Up Already (or Things That Seem Important To You, But Really Aren’t)

Okay, I’m really busy (wasting time), but I promised myself I would post at least three times a week. So at the risk of being snarky, I’ll leave you with this list, because nobody reads blog posts on Friday/Saturday any

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Posted in I'm Just Saying, Whine Tasting

Do You Mind? (or Listen To The Words That Are Coming Out Of My Mouth)

Modern Etiquette for the Socially Challenged Part Three How many times in your life have you had this conversation?  Do you mind if I sit here? Yes. Yes, I can; or yes, you mind? I have to know; why is

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Too Much of a Good Thing (or Internet Dreams and Social Media Nightnares)

I live in a state of dread. I’m distracted and I can’t get any work done. Sometimes, I wake up in the middle of the night with chills. Other times, I can’t get to sleep at all. What has got

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Posted in I'm Just Saying, Smile for the camera, Things I know less about than I think

I Must Be A Hipster (or How To Write A Good Blog)

Only really cool people like you read this blog. At least that’s what I tell myself. Every now and then, I’ll be reading someone else’s blog and they’ll let us peek behind the curtain and see how many views or

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Posted in Best Of Verbatim Gibberish, Things I know less about than I think

My Neighbour Is Insane (or I Hope She Doesn’t Read This)

So, if you’ve read any of my previous blogs you may have noticed that I have a tendency to exaggerate (lie) about certain things. Like, for instance, that flat tire was entirely my fault (hit the curb), and I like

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Posted in Whine Tasting
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