Monthly Archives: December 2010

There Are Too Many World Records: Angie’s Ass

We are keeping track of far too many world records.  Angie’s ass is just the most recent proof.  I will explain. On an episode of the Full Throttle Saloon that aired last night (I don’t know if it was a … Continue reading

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A Guy Who Gets More Worked Up About Bad Fashion Than Me: Baggy Pants Shot in the Butt

For a guy with no fashion sense at all, I’ve gotten pretty worked up about fashion idiocies of other people (cut offs with pockets showing, suit coats with jeans, etc.).  Still, unlike Kenneth Bonds, I’ve never gotten worked up enough … Continue reading

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Considering Those More Fortunate Than Myself: Those Enrolled in the 2010-2011 UNMFA in Writing Winter Residency

Christmas was supposed to be (according to some) a time to consider those less fortunate than ourselves.  Well, Christmas is over and it is now time for me to consider those MORE fortunate than myself, the writers who are off … Continue reading

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I’m Sure Christal Johnson Got Coal For Christmas: The Rhode Island Robbing Santa Hoax

Well, kiddies, Christal Johnson surely got coal for Christmas and police are no longer looking for the Santa that robbed the East Providence Yacht Club in East Providence, Rhode Island.  Why?  Apparently Santa didn’t rob the bar. Now, I don’t … Continue reading

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Doom is Coming to Nebraska

Doom is coming to Nebraska.  You know it.  I know it.  It’s coming. I lived in Nebraska a long time.  If I learned one rule, it is that it is the life of Nebraskans to suffer God’s wrath in the … Continue reading

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Don’t Trust Little Dickheads on the Fourth of July

As a word of warning, it is unwise to trust little dickheads on the fourth of July.  This probably goes without saying, but I thought it was worth mentioning. This particular thought goes back to a fourth of July when … Continue reading

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Deceiving Children: Santa Claus and Christmas

Everyone seems to have a story of something outlandish their parents did to make them believe in Santa.  Well, people who celebrate Christmas at least.  I was just thinking, time of year being what it is, of my own such … Continue reading

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