For whatever reason my 4 year old daughter decided that my wife’s water bottle was a TV, and on it was playing a movie. Okay, fine. She wasn’t chasing our terrified dog around the house; whatever. I did bend over to look at it from her vantage point; sure enough, it’s a waterContinue reading “Water Bottle, the series”
See? A trophy and everything.
We had salmon for dinner, so when my daughter said she wanted fish for breakfast, it wasn’t a complete surprise. People in NY eat lox on bagels, so fish isn’t a horrible breakfast… She meant goldfish crackers, though.
To protect and Serve? 30 strippers are suing San Diego police for violating their rights during “licensing inspections.” Oh, this has gotta be good, right? I bet there’s a line out the police station door on strip club inspection day. Nobody calls in sick. The strippers were “nearly nude” (strippers? Nearly nude?) when their picturesContinue reading “WAIT for the punchline: Strippers Sue San Diego Police”
The Brooklyn Bridge is considered a terrorist target, so New York has 24/7 security, and video surveillance. Yesterday, somebody climbed up and replaced the huge American flags on top of the bridge with white flags. An insult to America? A political statement? Vandalism? These are 20’x11’ long flags – big! To do this, someone blockedContinue reading “white flags on Brooklyn bridge”
My 4 year old daughter can’t wait to start preschool school. Every morning, she wakes up and asks, “Am I going to school today?” Yesterday she wouldn’t eat her green beans. I picked up my phone and warned her that I was going to call the school and tell them she couldn’t come because sheContinue reading “a silly warning that worked”
As the father of a four-year-old, I am no stranger to tickling. But it’s fair to say I don’t get tickled very often by anyone other than my daughter or my wife. My dad will be visiting in a week. The opportunity might present itself for him to tickle me, I suppose, but that’s aboutContinue reading “The Dead Man Who Reached Over And Tickled Me”