You’re imagining things


For all of you who subscribe (if you don’t, you can do so to your right) and you thought you saw a Wednesdog post, you were falling for an age-old Jedi mind trick.

Go have your glasses checked and your eyes fixed.

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Nothing to see here, except for me, in my birthday suit … celebrating my parents’ half-anniversary


Tomorrow, Tina and I are headed up to Wisconsin for a video shoot. We’ve been rushing around getting everything ready. Most of my posts today were prescheduled, and most of my posts tomorrow will be as well.

Wednesdog is not only hump day this week, it’s yours truly’s birthday suit day.

We’ll leave tomorrow morning at 6 a.m. (yuck) and won’t be back until about 7. Hopefully we’ll be able to pick Talulah up from boarding before they close at 7.

So don’t forget to send me a large present. Money is nice. Big bills are pretty sweet. I have that written all over my wish list.

Hopefully I’ll get a dog or two in the mix. And you’ll be thrilled, and scream, “OMG! So majorly cute that I am going to burst!”

Lately I’ve been inspired by this photography blog. You should check it out. Oooo with wonder and amazement.

Above is a random shot that regular-reader and photographic talent Bill took of me at a shoot earlier this year. I like the way my wallet makes it look like I am wearing a diaper full of shit. Seemed apropos on many levels.

What is inspiring you today?

Getting Skeptical About Woo Juice Part 1:For The Credulous Asshole Troll- Neil C. Reinhardt (via Misplaced Grace)


A couple of you might be interested in the troll who is plaguing regular-reader George’s blog lately.

Except for me, we atheists don’t always resort to the profane. But George reached the end of his rope.

I want you to check out a few of the responses from Neil C. Reinhardt. He emailed me personally pleading for my help in convincing George that Noni Juice cured cancer.

George is doing a great job staving off this guy. I can’t wait to see what happens next.

Last week I wrote a eulogy to one of my personal heroes who died of cancer.  Regardless of the political views of my readers and Canadians in general, most people are happy to agree that Jack Layton was a very special human being- someone worthy of a fond farewell. I would like to point out that I have more than a few readers who hold political views in diametric opposition to Jack's vision- and each and every one of those people had the courtesy … Read More

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