How often do you hear this on a given day? If you are similar to myself and have an average of 3-4 interactions per day at a retail or food establishment, the chances are that you hear these words quite often. The cashier at the grocery store fires off the statement as you collect your […]
Month: January 2014
A colleague recommended this epic tome several years ago with high praise. This book is a 900 page journey set in the wake of nuclear apocalypse. It chronicles the experiences of several scattered characters across a wasteland America as they struggle to find others, to determine their destiny, and simply survive in arduous circumstances. Robert McCammon […]
4 New Reviews
My first few reviews are from recent experience at the Brass Rail Deli. To be truthful, only two of the four are from the affectionately monikered “The Rail”. The remainder were from home. Free Will’s C.O.B – This one was categorized as a coffee oatmeal brown. To be truthful the coffee was the predominant factor […]
Waitress – Solicitous Saint or Salacious Seductress?
A sincere and singularly salubrious thought sears my synapses. What it the real role of the waitress? Reasonably, this is also applicable to the waiter. Though society is less likely to consider the sexualization of said stint. If there were not a degree of seduction involved in the serving process, would it not be more economical […]
Awakening the Chrysalis
As one floats through their daily grind/existence (whichever you prefer) there is a beckoning toward an outwardness of the soul. If indeed the recognition of the soul is admissible. Most attribute this pull as a desire for release for the confines of the norm. Some feel that life as it exists is sufficient. Apparently these […]
One of the more preeminent things on a persons mind is mortality. Will I live long enough to produce children? Will my children have their own progeny? Will my existence on this planet be a success? Do I feel I’ve lived a good life? By what measure do I evaluate my success? The innumerable questions […]
I’m gonna lose 15 pounds and feel great!
Ah the New Years resolution. It is such a noble pursuit. One sets a goal with intentions of betterment. That one day of willpower and determination causing loud booze-fueled declarations for change and alterations of 364 days of non-action. For those who actually recall their new years resolution, the success rate is 8%. Not a […]