My Arch-Nemesis

Since the beginning of time there have been arch-nemesises. Cleopatra had Octavian. Superman fought Lex Luthor. Debbie Gibson and Tiffany battled for the Pop Princess throne. I, however, had survived all these decades peacefully until my nemesis moved in, not next door but under my deck. Meet the epitome of evil, at least in my…

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Coronavirus Projects #2 – #5

Who knew that when I started my first Coronavirus post that it would cause an avalanche of pushed aside household projects to move to the forefront of my mind (nothing was going on up there anyways) and I would have a compulsion to complete them all. I have never been much of a handy man…

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Winning The Lottery: The Dream

Tuesday evening: It’s night and I’m driving in my car (I can safely assume Debbie Gibson’s “Only In My Dreams” was playing on my iPod) into a gravel parking lot of an unmarked brick building with no windows. I get out of my car looking for an entrance. I hear voices from the other side…

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TV DILFs For $100, Alex!

Back in May, in honor of Mother’s Day, I did a post about my mom who pretty much raised me solo. My father died when I was eleven, but before that, he wasn’t around much. He was on the road a lot driving tractor trailers (bringing home small trinkets from time to time), moving trucks…

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Top 5 Perks To Being In A Gay Relationship

You know that saying “women are from Venus and men are from Mars”, it’s true, straight couples have it hard. I’ve been a witness to quite a few spats that I’ve been uncomfortably drawn into. I don’t get it but straight people love to air their dirty laundry to an audience. I guess it has…

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