Category Archives: Jay

Support Your Local Sea Otter

Friends of the Sea Otter, a California non-profit that works to protect endangered sea otter populations, is selling “Sea Otter Awareness Week 2017” t-shirts to raise funds. Get yours here: https://www.bonfire.com/friends-of-the-seas-campaign/ Advertisements

Advertisements
Posted in Jay | Tagged | Leave a comment

2017 Atlanta Susan G. Komen 3-Day

Hi, all. In October I’ll be taking part in the Komen 3-Day again (this time in Atlanta); this will be my 17th walk and my 25th event overall in the ten years I’ve been taking part. I’ve got the usual … Continue reading

Posted in Jay | Tagged , , | Comments Off on 2017 Atlanta Susan G. Komen 3-Day

*What* societal gun violence problem?

Seen at Burlington International Airport today: I don’t know if it adds anything to the story to mention that I was wearing a Virginia Tech t-shirt at the time. But other than my snarky title for this post, words more … Continue reading

Posted in Jay | Tagged | Comments Off on *What* societal gun violence problem?

Mea culpa. Mea maxima culpa.

I apologize to everyone for being a tiresomely annoying, self-centered, whiny, attention-whoring, angry, malicious jerk. I wish I could make amends to everyone I’ve harmed. Since I can’t, I am planning on more-or-less permanently deactivating all my social media accounts. … Continue reading

Posted in Jay | Tagged , , | 2 Comments

Two things you don’t want to get confused

Posted in Jay | Tagged | Comments Off on Two things you don’t want to get confused

Mister Sour Mash

Remind me sometime to tell you the story of how I walked into a bar in Virginia to ask directions and two hours later stumbled out, having somehow won the title of “Mister Sour Mash”. I hadn’t even known that … Continue reading

Posted in Jay | Tagged | 1 Comment

Unchecked Power: Vermont Edition

I submit for your perusal two screen captures that you might find amusing: This’ll be my third year as Weigher of Coal for the town of Richmond, Vermont. I haven’t had to weigh any coal yet, and since the town … Continue reading

Posted in Jay | Tagged , | 1 Comment