Category Archives: People Crazier than Me

Shopping for Equality – the Real Black Friday

Suffragette Ada Wright collapses through police violence on Black Friday I wouldn’t leave the house today to go shopping if they were giving stuff away. Crowds make me nervous and crazy-people crowds are simply unbearable. For those who love to … Continue reading

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I Murdered the Avocado Slicer

[cue some Law and Order music here] Crime Scene: The kitchen, just minding my own business, putting together a salad that would include fresh avocado slices. I pulled my avocado slicer out of the drawer to finish the salad. (Coe … Continue reading

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Serial Killers and My Twisted Psyche

My mental state is clinging by a thin thread of sanity. To wit: I am nursing a sick man back to health. So is it any wonder that I find myself captivated [again] by the subject of serial killers? No. … Continue reading

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Childhood Stories Used To Be A Whole Lot Grimmer

Today is the birthday of Wilhelm Karl Grimm, the younger of the two Brothers Grimm. He was born in Hanau, Germany in 1786. The Grimm Brothers are known for their collection of folk stories, known as Grimm’s Fairy Tales, which … Continue reading

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Early Influences Certainly Explain a Lot

Edna St. Vincent Millay was born on this day in 1892. She died before I was born. This is one of my favorite poems. BURIAL by Edna St. Vincent Millay Mine is a body that should die at sea! And … Continue reading

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