A History of Phoenix

Phoenix, Arizona, where mighty rivers go to die.

Phoenix is a giant sandy sponge that soaks up all the fresh water from 5 states.  The Salt and Verde rivers bring water from northern Arizona and New Mexico and run dry 30 miles short of Phoenix.    The underground aquifers of the Santa Cruz, Gila, Agua Fria and New rivers drift into the Valley of the Sun.

Bible Quote or Mein Kampf?

Let’s play a game:  (The sensitive and the religious may want to sit this one out).

Is it a quote from the Bible of Mein Kampf?  Yeah that Mein Kampf — Hitler’s evil receipe for the world.  I’m not praising that shit.  I’m just showing the worst example I could think of to compare to what some think is the “good book.”

Cut Me, Doc, Cut Me

I know it probably won’t work, but I’m signing up for surgery.

I’ve combined advil and tylenol. I’ve done the physical therapy, the braces and the weird shots of sugar and bacteria — or spun out particles of my own blood.

Left knee got better. Right knee got worse.

Killing me with Coffee

Something different.

This crazy lady I met on the internet asked if I would write something for her blog.  Unlike all the other lifestyle and recipe blogs, she rants and swears with the best of them.  Unlike my bullshit, there’s a lot more to her stuff than just anger and insults.

So, I could only hope to put some bullshit together that would fit on her page.  And sadly this is the best I could do.

You can read it on her page:

http://ccorral.blogspot.com/2019/01/killing-me-with-coffee.html

A History of Tucson

Humans came here about 12,000 years ago.  Maybe they were explorers following the mountains and water in search of a better life?  More likely they were refugees left to die in this god forsaken summer of hell with no air conditioning.

Submit

It was my niece’s wedding, and Shannon is not submitting to nobody, nowhere.  She came out of the womb screaming like a banshee, and that screaming for shit didn’t stop until she learned how to talk.

In My Life

By Pam R.

Secondrate Cyclist

Pieces of life and the love of family mixed with the passion to ride

Kevin Hotter

Los Angeles Freelance Writer • Comedian • Photographer •

The Writings of Mike Jenkins

Comedy essays and articles

The Bloggess

Like Mother Teresa, only better.

A Midnight Rider

Riding the South Coast of Massachusetts and Rhode Island

the idle cyclist

cycling less than i plan

Didi Oviatt

Author of suspense novels Sketch, Justice For Belle, Search For Maylee, Aggravated Momentum, and a medley of short stories.

THE MEMOIR LIFE

"Nothing that happens to a writer -- however happy, however tragic -- is ever wasted." ~ P.D. James

stephen metcalfe

notes of the desperate man

A Dude Abikes

The Dude Abides. I'm A Dude AbiKes. I wonder as I wander around Austin on a bicycle.

Jay's Brainstorms

All kinds of ideas and thoughts

The Huntress 915

It's My Blog and I Can Cry If I Want To.....

Ben's Bitter Blog

"We make bitter better."

Oh, For Fuck's Sake

Incoherent ranting & cries from the edge of sanity, mostly.

THE WIDOW BADASS BLOG

"This blog is like a box of chocolates. You never know what you're gonna get." - F.G.

My Life Lived Full

If you aren't living on the edge, you're taking up too much space

Chasing Unicorns

Where smartasses chase unicorns

Nowhere Tribune

News and views from nowhere in particular, somewhere in Texas

A Site for Sore Guys

A place for grumpy old men- ladies and the young are welcome if they feel they are up to it.

Tales from the Land Manatee

My life as a cautionary tale.

icouldbewrong.blog

Informative, invigorating, sometimes even entertaining ... Your comments are encouraged here!

The Out And Abouter

- Satire, Commentary, Satirical Commentary -