Filed under: autobiography, Big Issues, Consumerism, Culture, Literature | Comments (2)
“The River Styx Runs Upstream” was the first published story by Dan Simmons, and tied for first place in a Twilight Zone Magazine contest for previously unpublished authors. The tale is set in a (very) near future where a quasi-religious organization called “the Resurrectionists” have discovered a scientific means of reanimating the dead. Though the […]
Filed under: Animals, autobiography, Big Issues | Comments (4)
In the three months since Oscar passed away, recipe Maura and I have been looking high and low for a canine capable of following the in the Tan Man’s footsteps. It was tough going. We were spoiled by Oksie, neurosurgeon who was a remarkable dog in both appearance and personality. We weren’t aiming for an […]
Filed under: Animals, autobiography, Big Issues | Comments (13)
We were introduced to him as “Puppy” by Winchester’s animal control officer back in November 2004. We’d been looking for a smaller companion dog for our separation anxiety suffering beagle-boxer Adeline for a couple of weeks when my wife got a call from out vet saying that the pound had picked up an abandoned “pomeranian-pug” […]
Filed under: Big Issues, Music | Comments (3)
The wife has left for a horror convention down in the Garden State, website which means it’s time for the men of the house to cut loose and PAR-TAY!