Narcissism and Chaos

May 7, 2018

11

The following up-to-the-minute research is not intended to refer to any specific person, either living or dead, nor even any person who has TV news stations talk about him 24/7.  This is merely scientific information, much the same as scientific information based on research into why people concrete over their front lawns and then paint […]

The Dying Show: Episode 2

April 30, 2018

32

I’ve just returned from my third visit with Janice, sole creator of  The Dying Show. I spoke to Janice the day before I was due to leave for Philly. The fact that she even answered the phone was pretty amazing. Even more so, the terror she was experiencing was conveyed with the same sense of […]

Beyond Your Wildest Dreams

April 20, 2018

16

Man’s desire to interpret his dreams began shortly after the invention of fire.  The first recorded dreams conversation began this way: “This fire is amazing.  I dreamt about it last night. What do you think that means?” “It means you are a loser. Fire, schmire. If you don’t get off your butt and start chasing […]

Posted in: humor, research, satire, science, sleep

A Small Gathering of Michael Cohen’s Clients

April 17, 2018

4

Trump enters a room and greets Michael Cohen. Mike, you called. I’m here.  Get busy and explain.  I’m behind on my Tweets.  Comey is making me work overtime.  Should I say he should go to prison or be lynched?  Or should I just say “Lock him up!” It worked before, right?   I just have to […]

Dining With the Swells

April 11, 2018

11

Life in the Boomer Lane, taking a short break from tracking POTUS’ latest antics involving declaring war on Russia and giving hush money to porn stars, took a friend out for a gala birthday celebration. She and another friend always commemorate their birthdays together, usually giving them three times a year to fine dine on […]

Not Your George Clooney ER

April 9, 2018

15

Posted in: humor, husband, illness, satire

The Miracle of the Non-Seder

April 3, 2018

21

Saturday was the Annual Life in the Boomer Lane Seder.  The Seder, for those readers whose understanding of the Jewish religion is limited to “Jesus was Jewish, right?”  is a traditional meal to honor the Passover.  The Passover, for those readers who are still stuck on how Jesus could be Jewish if he celebrated Christmas […]