Fergus Gets Busted

I remember every moment of the hours leading up to the downfall.  My downfall.  I had run through half a pack of Reds by lunchtime.  The score was getting to me.  If I could have fenced it, I could have retired. That would have been it! One score and I'm out. That's always been the … Continue reading Fergus Gets Busted


The Folk Music Stylings of Low Hopper

Folk musician Low Hopper had a prestigious career writing songs about the stuff that makes life life.  While the majority of the final recorded music has been lost to time, words and instrumental recordings remain. The words and music below make a song believed to be titled "An American Bounty Hunter Makes a Career Move" … Continue reading The Folk Music Stylings of Low Hopper

Which House? Episode One

"Alright, our fabulous couple has seen all three houses and are about to make their decision.  Pegasus and Phoenix, what choice have you made?" the host, Cy, said following the commercial break. "Well, Cy, Phoenix and I agreed first and foremost that house 1, the dock house, was not for us," said Pegasus, standing in … Continue reading Which House? Episode One

Corrections Issued

It appears that in older posts I have made some factual errors.  I would like to correct those in one post now.  Thank you for your patience and understanding as these errors are corrected. Dolphins, both real and Miami, are not extinct sloths in hiding. Bigfoot prefers the Cold Cut Trio over the Spicy Italian … Continue reading Corrections Issued

The Totally Zoned

Three people sit at a corporate dinner.  None want to be there.  Where do they go? What thoughts pervade their minds as they devour their choice of fish or steak or a pile of beans because no one understands vegetarian options still.  As a lecturer drones on about spreadsheets and capital expenditures, a powerpoint, dry … Continue reading The Totally Zoned

Regulations State

"Thanks for coming to this safety training.  As leaders in your departments, I want this to be your first takeaway.  First, everybody look at your hands."  Darrell, OSHA certified safety instructor, started the class. Fifteen faces stared at thirty hands.  Darrell knew he had his audience. "Good.  Those hands are important.  Those hands can act … Continue reading Regulations State

Lyrics from My Upcoming Album

The first road trip of the summer has come to a close.   One thing that must happen on a road trip is sampling local radio stations.  Through one leg of our trip through very sparsely populated regions of the upper mid-west, we found 16 radio stations that came in without static.  Of those, nine … Continue reading Lyrics from My Upcoming Album