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Your search for 06/2013 returned 5 results.


Jesus, Fried Chicken And Madea…

13 years ago I had a pretty serious motorcycle wreck. I was leaving the University of Louisiana and a drunk driver plowed into my beautiful yellow Honda CBR 600. I didn't have time to even think, just thud. I don't remember much about the incident except for a state trooper asking me who the president was. Abe Lincoln was my answer. Obviously, I was seriously jacked ...

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Meatloaf And The Mirror

Do you remember that Meatloaf tune where he growled about Objects In The Rear View Mirror? I don't think I ever actually listened to the song, just him screaming the lyrics like a water buffalo with a severe case of strep throat. Well tonight I think I got the gist of the tune for the very first time. Through all of his guttural howling I was able to decipher a ...

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Geysers, Dogs And Retro Journey Music

What do Geysers, Dogs, and the band Journey all have in common?  Dogs are the most faithful animals in the world, Old Faithful blows about every 90 minutes and Journey is still smashing the retro rock-&-roll super hit "Faithfully".  I can hear the guitar riff now.  The one thing they all have in common is the word Faithful.  God likes that word too. I was ...

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It’s Complicated

Have you ever watched the metamorphosis of someone's facebook relationship status.  First it's single, then all of the sudden you start seeing random pictures of them with another person.  Pretty soon you start seeing the pictures become more frequent and then the infamous picture of the couple holding hands is posted.  This is something they talked about in ...

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Learning to live with it

I hate insects. It doesn't really even matter what kind.  I'll save you the agony of naming a humongous gross list of all the insects, just suffice it to say, I don't get excited about entomology.  So, whenever there is an insect that has somehow broken into my house I will stop at almost nothing to remove his lifeless body from my personal space. Last Friday I ...

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