Exorcise Your Computer

According to some sort of report given by some sort of prestigious newspaper, 25% of the computers in the United States have been physically abused by their users.  I find this alarming.  Anyone who has dealt with a computer knows that the inanimate box sometimes seems out to get the user by deleting or corrupting […]

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As The World Groans Episode III

It is now time for another As the World Groans. When we last left Barnes, he had poisoned his mother Mrs. Gilgor and revealed that his fiancée Lisa was actually his mother’s arch nemesis Heather, who had killed three of Mrs. Gilgor’s husbands, including, but not proven, Frank, whose spirit inhabits Mrs. Gilgor’s mansion.  Lisa […]

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Public Displays

Call me old fashioned, but I am one who strives for decency. If it is not in the bath or Sistine Chapel, it must have clothes on. I, am, of course talking about art and human decency. Where is the fine line between art and smut? To me, if some­thing is in a holy place, […]

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My Thoughts Editorial: Why Worry?

This editorial does not necessarily reflect the view of any of its advertisers or even author. It seems to be of concern that the environment of our planet is going down the tube. We seem to blame ourselves for the devastation in the rain forests, depletion of the ozone layer, and warming the earth with […]

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Simplify

Simplify. Interesting word. Simple comes from the Latin word simplus, meaning one or single. Simplify, divided, is simple and -ifj. -Ify meaning, “to make,” in this case, to make simple. This word is also interesting to me because to sim­plify seems to me iffy. Iffy being slang for, “too many ifs complicating the matter.” Let’s […]

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Big Brother

It has been a while since I’ve come forth with a conspiracy theory, so I figure it is due time I come forth with a conspiracy theory. Upon coming forth with my conspiracy theory, I must remind you that these conspiracy theories that I come forth with can be exaggerated. This means that these con­spiracy […]

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My Thoughts Editorial: Easter

This editorial does not necessarily reflect the views of the author, distributor, or advertisers of this fine column. Another holiday season is upon us. Churches are deco­rating, people are fasting, and stores are stocking up on candy to end a forty-day fast as soon as the over-­commercialized Easter Sunday comes along. Kids are look­ing for […]

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As the World Groans, Episode II

One concept that soap operas do not have is time. When a week passes in our time, or normal time, only a day or so passes in soap time. If you have been a long time reader of this column, you may remember about a year ago when I wrote a soap opera called As […]

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