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Stormy, Stormier, Stormiest

March 12, 2018


In the interest of edification, enlightenment and entertainment, if not exorcism,  Life in the Boomer Lane has arranged for a three-way Facetime interview with Stormy Daniels, Anatastia Vashukevich, and herself.  And so, with no further fanfare, let us begin: LBL: Ms Vashukevich, may I call you Anastasia?  Thanks so much for agreeing to this interview. […]

Overcoming the Stormy Side of Dating

February 20, 2018


For those people who have been living in a pistachio nut shell for the last year, Life in the Boomer Lane will tell you that the politicization of every single aspect of American Life has been quite successful. Examples abound: “This weather sucks.” “The weather was worse under Obama.” “Congrats on your new baby!” “Thanks.  […]

When Roses (or Sanity) Just Won’t Cut It

February 9, 2018


For those of you who are anticipating a last-minute rush to the florist/supermarket/7-Eleven for roses or to the nearest CVS/Rite Aid/Walgreens for boxes of candy to give to your loved one, Baby Trump Jr has another suggestion. A simple visit to the online Trump Store can provide anything your or her heart may desire.  As […]

The Misstate of the Union

January 31, 2018


The President of the United States gave his State of the Union address last night. The GOP sobbed with gratitude, awe, and undying love and respect for their Commander-in-Chief. “He’s the best!”  “He’s The Man!” “He is a gift from God!” were reactions heard over and over.  Democrats, in their ongoing attempt to urinate on the […]

Living in A Multiple Choice World

January 15, 2018


Life has been either quite complicated lately or quite easy, depending on whether you prefer some semblance of truth or whether you simply prefer choices, based on nothing at all.  We’ve had a lot of the choice thing in the past week or so: All of Africa and Haiti are shithouse countries. All of Africa […]

Teaching Trump in 1972

January 4, 2018


Yesterday, a weather event arrived on the East Coast, so severe that it was called a bomb cyclone.   People were glued to their TVs. Significant snow arrived in places that rarely saw snow. New York, in a highly irregular move, announced school closings. Ferocious wind arrived. CNN blared that the temperatures were lower than Mars. […]

Being Not Normal in 2018

January 2, 2018


The holidays are over and now Life in the Boomer Lane can get back to normal. Her first order of business will be to find out what “normal” is. She hasn’t been successful thus far. The word continues to elude her. Yesterday, she was asked at a walk in clinic what her height and normal […]