Monthly Archives: January 2013

15 Minutes of Fame

Jimmy Kimmel recently had a show where he featured two sisters of the KarKrashian Klan and he introduced them by saying they’d conquered the tabloids, Twitter, TV and that one could “watch them do everything and nothing at all at the same time.”  Wow.  When you put it like that, I feel very badly about the state of the nation.  And our future. Back in the day (1968 to be exact) Andy Warhol said that “In the future, everyone will […]

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I hereby promise…

Holy crap.  January is nearly over and time is slipping through my fingers faster than ever before.  January is almost done and February is already on the horizon, which is scary.  But, it also means that the dreaded Resolution Season will soon come to a close and no one is happier than me to kick it out the door on its unexercised gluteus maximus.  For half a century now (yes, I am that old and loving it, BTW) I’ve watched […]

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The eyes can lie, but the ears NEVER do.

** A re-post from the archives for your T. time today. xo – t.** You can tell a lot about a person by their ears.  Ear are like rings on an oak tree.  They are natures’ little snitches. With men, age brings the Great Hair Pilgrimage as it migrates from the forehead and crown area to eventually sprout in ears (and noses).  What exactly is the evolutionary purpose of that?  Does hair in the ear serve some greater function as a man gets older?  You […]

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Random Rants for Specific People

Yes, the woman in front of you at the grocery store has 18 items, in contrast to your measly two, but it is not her fault that the store only puts one checker to work at 6:30am.  Repeatedly sighing as loud as you possibly can is just making the other people around you uncomfortable.  Cut that out. Look at your life.  Look at your choices.  I know you’re not drowning, but I really thought that you knew beforehand that serious […]

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Fallon Hotel: Chapter Three

Jeri awoke to the low steady rumble of traffic as life began to stir on E18, also called Parrots Ferry Road, near the Fallon Hotel.  The road was a connection between historic highway 49 and highway 4, a thread that ran through some of the most beautiful California countryside called the Gold Rush Trail.  Jeri still wasn’t sure where she and Andy would ultimately land and plant roots in the area, so she figured some upcoming day trips on the […]

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