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Some of us are wondering why the indefatigable Jon Rappaport’s WordPress blog was suddenly snipped. Kaput. Gone. No explanation, nothing. And when we, his loyal fans, went to check in, we were greeted with a butt-ugly BSOD-like page and a … Continue reading

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The creative flow, well you know comes in spurts; and yet you can bet that some dark chocolate when added, it sure never hurts. So thus many words some absurd you can glean from those of us birds who abstain … Continue reading

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Are things pretty bad? Oh, yeah, you can bet. . . but you haven’t been loaded in one of these yet; So life sucks? Aw, shucks – hey, it could be worse, but you’re not out of luck ’til you … Continue reading

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By now, fair readers, you should know that we here @ Don’t Laugh It’s Paid For Farm don’t give a flyin’ sh** about football. And that goes double for the pompous N-friggin’ F L. To that end, we also take … Continue reading

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Here’s an authentic Tag Sale sign. Oh, how it enthralls. . . USED balls? I whine.

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OKAY, we’ll PLAY maybe sign up today. . . With dread we remember that so brief November, it’s fumbling foibles and fuss; yea, a sign-up attempt had so left us unkempt that we shriveled, aghast, at the fuss. But across … Continue reading

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We went down to Jersey For better or worse, see? Her bright sandy shores, yeah, we’re lovin’ er; Some months before bomb-blast @ the RNC From their bellicose portly governor! Who’s now out of the spotlight, not that that’s bad … Continue reading

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CONNECTED-LY  DISCONNECTED Oh multitasker! I can tell That you’re not really listening; But that’s okay, it’s just as well Outside my window I can see A tiny blue bird in a tree With light now creeping ‘oer verdant knell Some … Continue reading

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AN END RUN FOR BIG SODA A tale of standard corporate operating procedure played out in the life of a high school buddy. The names have been changed to protect both the innocent and the guilty. Tom Schultz* was a … Continue reading

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Ladies and Gents With no recompense I now bring you Rustie® For long life she is lusty And that in the present-tense! She was GREAT in the snow One of many good points But, well you know, She had buggered … Continue reading