Potatoes, and the Promise of More Potatoes

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Who the HELL are these guys?

What you will find here are some of the most brilliant writings you have ever read or will ever read.  I don’t want to oversell it…

GO TO THE Blog area; there, you’ll find all of my shorter and most recent stuff.  I am no longer stockpiling skin but, I will take any organs that are cheerfully offered…

Random Thoughts:  Random Thoughts, Random Thoughts Part 2, More Random but Very Valid Thoughts, Random Thoughts, Part the Third, Son of Random Thoughts: The Random Thoughtening, Random Thoughts Part Four: Son of the Ghost of Random Thoughts, Random Thoughts: The Home Game,Tinker, Tailor, Random, Thoughts, All Quiet on the Random Thoughts, The Random Thoughts that Shot Liberty Valance

Solutions to Problems No One Asked For?  Daycare, How to be Smarter, tornado tips, Tips for Cold and Flu Season, Valentines Advice (Part One): For Men, Valentines Advice (Part Two): For Women, How They Could’ve Avoided a Government Shutdown, How to Tell if You Have an Eating Disorder, How to Avoid Being Buried ALIVE

Other Lists:  Q and A, Part 2: Science!!!, 2-d Shapes that I HATE!!! Part One, 2-d Shapes I Hate: Part Two, Random Thoughts, Part the Third, Recent Scientific Discoveries You Might Have Missed, Ice-breaking Questions, My Apologies!

To my FARKER friends:  You’ve enjoyed some of my posts on the signs of the Zodiac.  Here they are in their entirety:  The Zodiac.

Actors:  Peter Lorre, Ginger Rogers, Boris Karloff, Myrna Loy, Tony Randall, Kathleen Freeman, ZaSu Pitts

Animals:  Glass Frog, Malaysian Coral Snake, Jackal, House Centipede. The Wombat, The Quoll, The Onager, Brazilian Wandering Spider, The Flamingo, Weaver ant, Night lizard, Moray Eel, Seagull, Lungfish, Cicada, Sponge Crab, The Sea Snake, The Anteater, Red Panda, Hummingbird, The Snowy Owl,  The Giant Otter,  Suriname Toad

Godzilla: Discontinued due to lack of hits.  So, I’m making them into a book because logic means nothing to me.

Desire Under the Alligators:  Desire Under the Alligators Chapters 1 – 3, Desire Under the Alligators, Chapters 4 – 6,  Desire Under the Alligators: Last Four Chapters

People of the Middle Ages:  Dunsten, Gregory, Bede the Venerable, Galla Placida, Malcolm III, Alaric, St. Patrick, Belisarius, Alboin, King of the Lombards, Roman the Great, Aryabhata, Justin I

The Moosehead Stratagem is here.  It is an unfinished spy novel that is considered by most to be a slack political thriller… or at least a benign way to kill some time…

32 thoughts on “Potatoes, and the Promise of More Potatoes

      1. You have to admit, Kate, that sheep are a pretty fertile subject. They span mythology, food, clothing, cartoons… There are even five other species of wild sheep. On the other hand, it is nice to impress someone, so I’ll leave it at that…

        Thanks, Kate!

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    1. I don’t have power over that but if you go to “reader” “followed sites” “manage” you might be able to fix it there… “Reader” will be at your top left when you are looking at your site traffic.


      1. I’m still checking out your site, quick response. Also read your about page, science minded individuals are not always best at commas and hyphens, but maybe that is because they have so much to say, they just want to get it out quickly! Ha

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  1. Started reading some of your earlier posts, Hummingbirds, Wombats, Bede the Venerable – great stuff, funnier than a scientist on valium, as I like to say. Will definitely be checking out more.
    Your style and topics made me think that you might like a writer from a hundred years ago or so that I just discovered. His name is Will Cuppy, and his book titles alone will give you some idea of his humor: How to Tell Your Friends from the Apes; How to Go Extinct; How to Attract the Wombat; and The Decline and Fall of Practically Everybody.
    I think he’s hilarious.

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      1. I guess that shouldn’t be surprising. Here’s something pretty hilarious. Bill Griffith, of Zippy the Pinhead fame, happens to live in my small CT town. So with my book of humorous essays coming out soon, I reached out to him and asked for an editorial review blurb. In true satiric form, he gave me one that started, “In the grand tradition of S.J. Perelman, …

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