Monthly Archives: December 2018

“Read a Damn Book – 126: Adventure Time – Marceline and the Scream Queens”

Okay… I’m old. I was born in 1972, and I don’t have my finger on the pulse of popular culture in the same way that most folks do anymore. (I arrested in the late 1980s and early ‘90s. That’s MY … Continue reading

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“Shopping Icon (For French Dip Fixins)” by Richard F. Yates

When preparing to go shopping, it’s important to create an icon that can help you navigate the situation and complete your goals. (Of course, if you already have a spirit creature or deity that you shop with, use them. This … Continue reading

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“Yule Ball @ The Longview Public Library (With Playlist)” by Richard F. Yates

Howdy folks! Last night was the Yule Ball at the local library (in my home town—Longview, Washington, U.S.A.), and I was asked to DJ. I really enjoy playing music at these types of events because I get a kick out … Continue reading

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“A Casualty of the Battle” by Richard F. Yates

After yesterday’s awesome and vicious struggle against the tumble dryer (and the forces of tyranny,) I not only lost the battle but am now suffering some post-trauma from my actions. Last night, at approximately 3:00 A.M., I woke with a … Continue reading

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“Crypto-Art Trading Cards! (An Update and Some Whining!)” by Richard F. Yates

Howdy folks! Fighting off a major funk today… I spent a large portion of the morning trying to resuscitate a dead tumbler dryer. (I eventually had to stop and order some new parts, which will be here in a week … Continue reading

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“Lunar Powered Wind Resistance Snake Feeding Contraption” by Richard F. Yates

[December 2018 – Digital drawing.] This device (patent pending) is designed to catch the angry puffing of the frustrated moon by means of the revolutionary, non-spinning fan blades. This negative-kinetic energy then passes through a “blue” cooling area, past the … Continue reading

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“Making Sugar Cookies”

Yesterday, my wife (Mariah) and older daughter (Frankie) decided it was time to make some holiday goodies. They made peanut butter fudge, Heath fudge, peppermint bark fudge, and…ummmm…sugar cookies. Frank, who is 25, married, and expecting, bought some cookie cutters, … Continue reading

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