Please Support This Blog:Tippers are more attractive to the opposite sex and their chainsaws always start on the first pull. The links are below. Thanks.
Quasi-Random Amazon Ad
Author Archives: AdaptiveCurmudgeon
You guys are awesome! I hear (through remote channels) that I got many comments with a plethora of useful air rifle scope information. Excellent! Unfortunately, I’m partially “off grid” right now and also busier than a one legged man in … Continue reading
” I’m going to let you in on a little secret. Every day, once a day, give yourself a present. Don’t plan it. Don’t wait for it. Just let it happen. It could be a new shirt at the men’s … Continue reading
Ol Remus at the Woodpile Report puts up classic paintings from time to time. They really brighten my day. This particular image stood out among his many fine examples. When it flowed beneath the incoming tide of newer posts I … Continue reading
My mower broke and while stacking wood I took out my arms. (No worries, I’ll heal.) So I was bored and looking for the webpage where some dude makes an AK out of a shovel (I swear I saw that somewhere)… … Continue reading
Dr. Mingo had a shitty day. We’ve all been there. In order to cheer him up I present a Eurythmics cover in banjo. Nothin’ makes a day better than banjo. I like Sweet Dreams but I have to admit it … Continue reading
Review: It’s a solid A-. It’s about as unsucky as Disney can get but it still sucks… because everything Hollywood excretes on the screen sucks lately. This movie, shitty as it is, is about the best you can do. Details: … Continue reading
J Edgar Hoover ran the FBI as if it were his private secret police force. He exceeded his authority, and spied on, blackmailed, harassed, intimidated, and threatened everyone. He became politically unstoppable. He was in power for 48 years. Though hated … Continue reading
I’m pretty sure this guy works for my nearest Chrysler dealership.
phe·nol·o·gy noun /fiˈnäləjē/ 1.The study of cyclic and seasonal natural phenomena, esp. in relation to climate and plant and animal life Around sunset I saw a bear wandering around a nearby field. How cool is that? It’s easy to get jaded … Continue reading
[This is the second of a two part post. I left the first part in the queue rather than letting it go live. Quite by accident, the first part (which I’d carefully wordsmithed) addressed politics with insufficient satire. For example, it … Continue reading