Monthly Archives: December 2008


  Stacy   Icy Stacy stayed true to her Watery roots her opaque surface Glittering smooth and placid Unruffled catching the light Approaching her still perfection Was like diving into dark lake Not knowing what lies beneath Seeing only your … Continue reading

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In Memorium: Bettie Page 1923-2008

  Bettie III   She walked in on her toes Tippy toes like a toe dancer And there was this beautiful flawless Tan body Tan all over no marks no freckles No blemishes Miss Perfection La Venus Des Mers Chaudes … Continue reading

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Crime Beat: Whoops

  DEARBORN Police called when man can’t un-handcuff wife   A Dearborn man learned that when you handcuff your wife to the bed, make sure you know where the key is. Dearborn Police officers responded to a call from a … Continue reading

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Transgressive Victorians

I guess you could call my latest researches Transgressive Victorians. We have such an image of the Victorian age as a staid period of buttoned down, pious boring conformity that it comes as somewhat of a surprise to recognize the … Continue reading

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Nixon’s Enemies and My Triumph

  Never forget. The press is the enemy. The establishment is the enemy. The professors are the enemy. Professors are the enemy! Write that on a blackboard 100 times and never forget it. – Richard Nixon to Henry Kissinger in … Continue reading

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  In the bus station The beautiful young woman With only one eye  

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Hmmm..Maybe We Should Eat Mexican Tonite..

  Chinese Tonite Restaurant Date: Sept. 30 Number of critical violations: 3 Critical violations: Several employees were observed rinsing hands off without using soap to clean (corrected.) The chicken broth was cooling by using improper methods (corrected.) Egg rolls were … Continue reading

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Shell Game!

Another treasure from the hoard of the hoarder!  

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Swinburne: The Poet

  As I said previously, I’ve been reading a lot by and about the improbable Victorian Algernon Swinburne. He’s not very well known these days, despite possessing many qualities and concerns that appeal to the contemporary spirit. After all, he … Continue reading

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