I wrote a book called, “The Death of Time”, which was a taut political thriller in that it was about thrilling politics that were also kind of taut. It was a hundred thousand words of pure excitement that had presidents and beautiful powerful women and billionaires and spies and billionaire spies. I would say that […]Read More The Death of Time and the Little Gray Kittens that Live on the Hill
I’m a hunter. You know… aim, shoot, aim, shoot, aim, shoot, sorry about your car. Every weekend, I go out into the woods and kill any animals that I’m legally allowed to, plus any poorly-tended livestock I come across. I AM A SPORTSMAN. My ball is the bullet; my arena, the forest; and, my opponent […]Read More I am Hunter!
Life is what happens to you while you are making other plans. Death is what happens to you when you are making other plans while standing in a crosswalk. It’s hard to define life and death… if something thrived as a plasma on the surface of our Sun would it be alive? And, if it […]Read More Excerpt From Book I’m Working on
Do you list “Las Vegas” as a dependent on your taxes? When your father gets sick do you try to get odds on his recovery? Is gambling interfering with your work and your work is treating gambling addiction? Do you try to recover gambling losses by gambling? And, when you get caught, do you try […]Read More Do You Have a Gambling Problem?
If your teenage daughter is cutting herself, remember that it can be a sign of unaddressed depression; or, maybe an unconscious desire to become a surgeon. If her room has Marilyn Manson and Cradle of Filth posters, it is probably depression; if her room is decorated with unicorns and smiley faces, steer her towards the […]Read More Painful Realizations about Masochism
If a woman has blonde hair She’ll always have boyfriends to spare . A woman whose hair is red Will be knee-deep in men ‘til the sun is cold and dead . But, when a man wants to settle down He’ll choose woman whose hair is brown . And, marriage will be their bond (‘til […]Read More The Last I’ll Say on the Topic of Hair Color
Dear Sir or Madame (or, if this is me reading this as I proof, screw you, Charlie!): I’ve long considered your company to be a paragon of quality and customer service, that, ten thousand years from now will be considered by anthropologists to be the the gold-standard for whatever it is you do. I no […]Read More There’s Always a Complaint