Category Archives: nostalgia

The Time I Was Catholic

I was an odd kid… at around 12ish I decided I wanted to be Catholic, for a Jewish-Protestant kid that was a big leap. There were a few things about Catholicism that really appealed to me; school uniforms, crossing oneself … Continue reading

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Hey Math, It’s Not Me, It’s You!

  I hate math. I loathe math. I despise math. I have a malevolent detestation for the assholery of arithmetic. Get the picture? Ok, I didn’t always hate math, when I was a little Jody and we were first learning … Continue reading

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The Pink Picnic and I

I moved off the Navy Base at about 11 years old. We moved into a regular neighborhood with kids everywhere. My best friend, Gloria, lived directly behind us. We were inseparable from the moment we met. When Gloria got a … Continue reading

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It Happened One Christmas

Nothing is, what it seems to be here. This picture is a fraud and that blonde moppet (who looks strangely enough like Carol Brady) clutching her prized Winnie the Pooh is a Bad Seed. Bad Seed: (noun) a person who is seen … Continue reading

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