Subscription Box Services Coming Soon

The Subscription Box industry is worth billions of dollars these days.  I am very obsessed with the idea of this industry, but not actually paying for any of these.  Long ago I pondered some ideas for starting my own, but they didn't pan out. We're back to it though with some new ideas for subscription … Continue reading Subscription Box Services Coming Soon

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Today’s Menu

Meals are about the experience these days.  We here at Cafe Rodeo Circus understand you want to eat good food and be in a place that has a feeling that can't be conveyed through an Instagram post alone. Today's menu includes: Egg drop soup served in a metal bowl in which the cook shouted the … Continue reading Today’s Menu

Jacket Patches

Francis Wilden rides a motorcycle. He picked up a brand spanking new 2018 Forty-Eight Special, red body and a slight pin on the screaming eagle muffler shield, he's on the bike of his dreams.  More importantly, he's wearing a jacket that really let's people around him know what he is all about.  The bike is … Continue reading Jacket Patches

Must Haves: Final Will Addendum

It is important to do periodic reviews of your will.  Some years ago, I wrote my will's must-haves down right on here on this very blog.  It is time for an update.   New points for the will: My casket/urn/frame will have a skull and crossbones decal to commemorate my love for that movie. At … Continue reading Must Haves: Final Will Addendum

Must Haves: Time Travel Pranks

Did you read about the cockatoo that showed up in a 13th-century manuscript? The bird's appearance changes some concepts about the scope of trade routes between Europe and Oceania.  It's pretty cool stuff. If it is real! For the sake of drama, I'm assuming this bird was added to the famed manuscript by a time … Continue reading Must Haves: Time Travel Pranks

The Tombstones at Yellow Moose Hill

An old cemetery sits atop Yellow Moose Hill. The tombstones tell the tales of life and death in a town lost to historical memory outside of maps and a few notes in a late 19th-century book on towns with bizarre bugs in them.  Here a select few headstones that caught the eye of a research … Continue reading The Tombstones at Yellow Moose Hill