• Hog Heaven humor article Hog Heaven

    My standards of transportation are not high. My first vehicle was a Plymouth Fury, so large its sheer mass distorted the moon’s orbit. I’ve driven tractors, dirt bikes, and an antique Ford Bronco that got twelve miles to the gallon, when it actually ran. But there’s something I need to share about transportation that I’ve […]

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  • Senior Moment humor article Senior Moment

    With one leap I landed upon the counter, one foot on the conveyor belt and the other on the barcode scanner. I lunged at the checkout lady and my hands found their target. They gripped her fleshly throat and sank deep. Her eyes turned to glass and she gazed at the ceiling. “That’s right, girlie, […]

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  • Smart Phone Curse The Smart Phone Curse

    A couple decades ago a phone’s sole purpose in life was to allow one person to talk with another. The hardest part of operating the thing was to know the number you needed to call. Dial it wrong? Hang up and try again. No answer? Hang up and call back later. Hanging up on a […]

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  • New York City humor article New Yorkers, Big Apple Camouflage

    The family and I had been wanting to see the Statue of Liberty for a while, so we recently hopped on a train and spent the weekend in the Big Apple. It was an enlightening adventure, New York style, a city so diverse it makes Tangier Island look ordinary. We rode the Amtrak into Penn […]

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  • Header, Bronze Bullet humor article Honey, I’m Selling the Bronze Bullet

    I drive a full size van. No, I won’t help you move. It’s long as an Amtrak and colored metallic bronze with dark-tinted windows. We call it the Bronze Bullet. When folks see me opening its door, their faces often betray a quizzical look, now well-known to me, whereby they assume I’ve got a huge family […]

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