Category Archives: Just Kill Me Now

Just Call a Plumber – It’s Cheaper than Bail, Part 1

I was minding my own business Saturday, getting caught up on laundry, grocery shopping, and doing all the miscellaneous mindless bullshit that sucks the life right out of a weekend. There I was, finishing the last of the dishes, and … Continue reading

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What We Have is a Failure to Communicate

I am umpty-nine years old, nearly an age ending in *ty*. So when the eff will I be old enough that I never have to say, “this is the worst haircut ever?” The answer is, “not this week.” I took … Continue reading

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Oh What a Tangled Web We Weave . . .

When we start Googling tarantulas. leave it alone–you are stressing it out. Previously, (insert Law and Order music) we learned that Cambodian Zebra Tarantulas are an intergalactic, farm-raised delicacy, ready to delight friends and family. But questions remained unanswered: Why … Continue reading

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Coming to a Workplace Near You

I knew no good would come of this gadget. It starts out innocently enough, a cute little step counter designed to make you feel oh-so-superior to everyone else as you embark on FITNESS. And now, Wearables at work: the new … Continue reading

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Ask This Question and Risk Death

He asked her if she was getting any writing done. Now he has a knife sticking out of his chest. Don’t let this be you. I have been queried of late as to whether I am “working on my book.” … Continue reading

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