Category: Humor

Now, what will they come up with next, I wonder! Scott Adams has a made a lot of money from his Dilbert cartoon. I love the cartoon because it pokes big fun at corporate America, deservingly so. Periodically, like today, I’ll have a Dilbert moment: Today was pretty funny. Well, I have to laugh sometimes in order not to cry. There I was at my desk, minding my own business when suddenly a MOC (Microsoft Office Communicator) session starts with…

Fried Bologna Sandwich! Mmmmmm! Mmmmmmm! Good! As James and I walked down the streets of Charleston, we came upon this sign. It brought a smile to my face and a couple of memories: My father loved bologna on a sandwich. It was what he usually took with him when he went fishing. Bologna and mayo on white bread. Not what one would call a healthy meal, but it did the trick when you were out on the lake and getting…

Hmmmm. I wonder if he’s trying to tell me something? Strike One A couple of weeks ago my son, Pedro, called to ask if everything was alright. I assured him that things were, but I was quite puzzled as to why he would call and ask me such a thing. I had just left the movie theater with James and Tim. We were on our way back home. Pedro told me that it was flooding in Charlotte and that someone…

Unconvinced Canine! I was in Brevard, NC the other day, taking a break from the heat of the city. I sat there in front of one of my favorite places, Looking Glass Falls. As I watched the myriad people frolic about in the water, I noticed a woman and a man trying to get their dog to stay still and ‘pose’ in the water. The dog liked the water well enough, but was not interested in going into water where…

Now! That’s a sunset!!! I had a flashback this morning and a good laugh at my own expense. I remember back when I was young and had excellent vision. As a matter of fact, it was extremely good. I tested 20/10, both left and right, and 20/5 with both eyes; Basically, it meant that I could read the little line at the bottom at 20 feet when normal vision would indicate that you needed to be about 5 feet away…

On this morning’s walk we met, for the first time, a lady walking another Miniature Schnauzer. This guy was a bit smaller than Hobbs, but displayed the same curious, fearless nature. When we got up to them the lady said: I see you guys walking every morning. My dog barks at your dog as we pass in the car. Over the past 10 months that I’ve been walking in this area, I’ve come across a number of people who have…

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