Tag Archives: youth

Heartless Killers….

Ever look at a headline and you think wow, someone found that interesting enough to write about? (Quit smirking. This one doesn’t count.) I knew these brats were up to no good. But who knew J. Crew was still a … Continue reading

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Sick of The Pseudodoors.

It’s been a while since I trolled young people, and settled well into cold winter I have precious few opportunities to chase off cheese-eating cretins who try to make a shortcut out of my yard. Indeed, our university is in … Continue reading

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2015 Summer Wonder #77: Jump Redux!!

I choked on Jump Week–I owe four “Jump-themed” found photos, so you’ll get ’em today through Wednesday and worry about what comes next after that. This is a good one, eh? I particularly like the furthest kid to the left, … Continue reading

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How Jennifer Aniston Stays So Young

My teenaged daughters recently discovered old episodes of Friends on Netflix, and while imposing myself on some of their recreational time recently I noticed that Jennifer Aniston has not only maintained her youthful appearance, she is arguably even hotter in … Continue reading

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C’est Unique–Me, Monique, and The Big Box of Playboys

I received a link to the official Playboy website recently, where it seemd Bunny Nation has uploaded its entire history, every last word, every last airbrushed nipple, every last cheeseball article on how to be a sophisticated man. The answer … Continue reading

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What To Name A Generation?

I recently read a moderately interesting article from NPR about generation names, where they came from, and how they evolve.  Towards the end, the author mentioned how the generation now referred to as Millennials were, for a long time, called … Continue reading

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Christmas Traditions–Part 1

My ardent followers and weary friends will certainly attest to my love of most things Christmas, not to mention my enthusiasm for Christmas-themed posts. It didn’t come out of nowhere–which is a fancy, literary way to say that it did … Continue reading

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Morning Portrait, 8800′

Morning Portrait, 8800′ Strong, slight sundressed girl, all sinew, all arms and legs, steps from the den of  cool last night, sweat and woodsmoke, dawnlit, shoeless, wincing into sub-alpine August; She squints, fidgits, runs fingers through thick twists, tangles of … Continue reading

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