I’ve always admired people who had wise quotations attributed to their name. The trick is to say something clever enough that others would care to repeat it and credit the author. Here are some examples of words of wisdom people have imparted to me. “Sit down and shut up!” ~ Mrs. Sticklebottom (elementary school teacher)… Read More All Wired Up and Nowhere to Glow
Someone once asked my dad, “Pug, do you still go fishin’ as often as you used to?” “No,” replied Dad, “I’ve cut back to once a day.” I took Dad on his last fishing trip when he was 92. He died three years later. Fisherman’s Prayer Unknown I pray that I may live to fish… Read More Phishing for Chumps
I think everyone ought to spend the night in jail at least once. It teaches a lesson in humility and gives you a whole new appreciation for many of the things we take for granted—like toilet paper. You also learn how to sleep with one eye open and that not all Asians are good at math.… Read More It Ought to be a Crime
A gift from my daughter that I’ve really been enjoying is a book entitled “The Insult Dictionary” by Julie Tibbot. Between the covers are hundreds of obscure, indelicate terms and phrases from ancient days up through modern pop culture. Armed with this new vernacular, I’ll be able to titillate friends and enemies alike. Here are… Read More Directions? We don’t need no stinking directions.