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When I sit down to write a blog entry on this blog, it’s usually because I’ve thought of something or I’ve seen something that I want to write about. Usually that “something” has ticked me off or I see it … Continue reading →
Talking about nothing in particular. Four hundred posts equals out to something like 0.22 posts per day over a five-year period, if I did the math right. Never been very good at math, something I’m judged on, it would seem. … Continue reading →
The first thing that popped in my head was hillbillies. Don’t ask me why. It’s not like I’ve been watching ‘Beverly Hillbillies’ lately. I cannot explain it. Just roll with it, ‘kay? This is Open Thread Thursday. Talk about hillbillies … Continue reading →
Since it’s a new year, 2011 for those keeping score, we here at The House of Goonery are going to start a new tradition. Every Thursday, we are going to host an Open Thread. This open thread will be whatever … Continue reading →
Here is a summary of this blog in 2010. The stats helper monkeys at WordPress.com mulled over how this blog did in 2010, and here’s a high level summary of its overall blog health: The Blog-Health-o-Meter™ reads Fresher than ever. … Continue reading →
(Is Twat the proper term for posting a Twitter update? It just sounds dirty.) So, I’ve been thinking about getting a Twitter account. I’m not sure that I really need one, per se, since I don’t have many readers here … Continue reading →
Title pretty much says it all. Everyone be safe out there. Have fun, but have some sense to have a designated driver along. Be safe and I hope to see all of you in 2010. Goon Staying home, as usual.
Sharp eyed readers (like you) will notice that I have reorganized my Blogroll and other links section. This was done because my OCD, mild though it is, can be a pain in the rump, on occasion. If you want me … Continue reading →