the daily bour·geois /bo͝orˈZHwä/, 6-11-20

Just in case anyone believes I’ve grown soft and round while living in a retirement village, you are w-rong, w-rong, w-rong! I totally embarrassed Susan by going out in public with a toothpaste stain on my shirt. Don’t ever say I’m not ‘a man of the public’. I can ‘slob it up’ as well as…… Continue reading the daily bour·geois /bo͝orˈZHwä/, 6-11-20

the daily wheezy-2-look-at-pitchers: part two: the unpicturing, 5-1-20

the photogdúmpenbùrgerdampf continues … Sports didn’t begin with the National Football League. Games like tennis, badminton and pole throwing have been around for hundreds of years but the one Americans like best is good, ol’ American football. If you’ve followed the Green Bay Packers or the Cleveland Browns you well know you can show support…… Continue reading the daily wheezy-2-look-at-pitchers: part two: the unpicturing, 5-1-20

the daily 26.2 , 4-23-20

What is the opposite of yesterday’s post about the sedate, gentlemanly pursuit of chess? Why, it’s the Olympic marathon! Whereas in chess you sit and stare, Olympic marathon requires you to run (the opposite of sitting) and hallucinate (the opposite of determined concentration). Why is running such an important part of Olympic marathoning? That’s how you…… Continue reading the daily 26.2 , 4-23-20

the daily walter malino does swan lake (with divertissement purge) 4-17-20

Anyone having read The Purging Lutheran this week has been treated to the glorious illustrations of Italian illustrator, Walter Milano. Through his daring artwork we have covered universal topics such as science, politics, animal husbandry and tourism. Finally, the arts gets its due today but not just any art but the gentlest of them all -…… Continue reading the daily walter malino does swan lake (with divertissement purge) 4-17-20