Current Projects

For a few months now my blogging time has been at the mercy of situations at home, as many of you know. Some of you are probably grateful. Some of you may be ecstatic. Still others are perhaps undecided, contemplating if the world is a better place without my regular ranting, raving, and splendidness. And there are two or three I know are being driven mad without their weekly dose, their fix of my penmanship and sheer foolishness. ๐Ÿ˜‰ I know, I know. But there’s only so much of me to go around! And a few have my best parts, others have the not-so-good parts (always yelling at me are those), and several have curiously returned other parts of me as defective, dysfunctional, or in need of some sort of overhaul major repair—your refund check is in the mail… if I had your address. If I didn’t and you want your refund, call 1-900-932-4668, or with the letters on your dial pad: 1-900-YEA-H-NOT ๐Ÿ˜

Seriously, don’t call that number. I have no idea if it’s a working number.

What tha hell have you been doing? GET BLOGGING Professor!

To briefly let you all know what I’m working on, here’s a rundown of a few, oldest to newest drafts:

  • Cheating Death
  • Aubry, Pat, and Terry
  • Kinshasa-Leopoldville
  • He’s A Cannibal!
  • Black Underworld Inc. – Appendix
  • Transparency: A Double-Edged Razor
  • Marx and Nietzsche Today
  • Heterosexual Humble Pie
  • Christian Apologetics: Land of Oz – Pt I
  • A Bright Future for Our USMNT
  • Social Compassion, Plus
  • A Newer Constitution

It’s a bit of a laugh isn’t it, this list? This is only 12 of 37 drafts I have awaiting completion. Yeah, now you can laugh and joke. I deserve it. For more chuckling, ask me when I will finish these and the other 25 drafts. HEY! I am not a terrible procrastinator. Life has lots of curveballs, some of them miss you by millimeters, others hit you smack in the sack-ticles!

Besides, most all of my last seven therapists have all told me, A procrastinator? Nah, you are like fine wine with time. Just don’t lose the homing-device for my whereabouts, bring a jolly attitude and more Malbec, preferably from the Mendoza Valley, Argentina. That is my medicine, my go-go juice ๐Ÿท …or a smooth tequila. ๐Ÿ™ƒ

Live Well – Love Much – Laugh Often – Listen More – Learn Always

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18 thoughts on “Current Projects

    • For the moment I’m reading…

      Making A New Constitution by George W. Van Cleve
      Yeshua: A Guide to the Real Jesus and the Original Church by Dr. Ron Mosley
      James the Brother of Jesus & the Dead Sea Scrolls by Dr. Robert Eisenman
      Dark Money by Jane Mayer… and finishing
      Democracy in Chains by Dr. Nancy MacLean

      Why do you ask Pink? ๐Ÿ™‚

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        • I think because of my immediate and extended environment of Texas, central Texas, and my past—mostly in Texas, along with noticeable time around the world—and my many relationships… my journey, or my travel log, if you will, is FULL of intimate, personal wisdom and full-on highs & lows of the marrow. ๐Ÿ˜„

          A life pretty nearly “fully lived”… to quote or paraphrase Henry David Thoreau.

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          • I’m fascinated by human techniques of interaction. I find yours particularly interesting because they’re so different from my own. What’s most interesting is I think our objectives are quite similar, but our approaches are near opposites. In a nutshell, in an effort to connect positively with the people around you you offer all the information you think could help and then some. I have a tendency to offer no information that can be scrutinised ๐Ÿ™‚

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            • I’d take it a bit further. Your speech patterns are almost (if not entirely) in the form of justification. It seems like you were not allowed to have opinions or desires without being forced to explain yourself.

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            • HAH! When I read this comment-reply to my Mom these were her words:

              Well yes, of course… with your USMC Dad and he being a college-grad mechanical engineer!

              Plus, having grown up in the South (Texas) and 11.5 yrs in Mississippi, the Deep Bowels of the Confederate South, one is expected NOT to express opinions or desires, but to fall-in-line, tow-the-line doing what you are TOLD to do and think. Of course, everyone knows that method of oppression never works in the end. ๐Ÿ˜ˆ

              You are quite perceptive Pink. ๐Ÿ˜‰

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            • It doesn’t affect me near as much anymore. As you might know, I pretty freely express my thoughts, share feedback (hopefully solicited ๐Ÿ˜‰ ), etc, and my motivation for doing so truly isn’t any degree of self-glorification. No, I mean that! ๐Ÿ˜„ Hah! But I don’t mind thoughtful scrutiny, after all… I’ve received it a gazillion times; I have learned to hear it out, even if it is painfully true. My own paternal family lived by this sort of code—if you give it out, then make damn sure you take it in equal terms. ๐Ÿค•๐Ÿคญ

              Eggshells? Yes, absolutely here in incomprehensible red-neck, Red Conservative, hyper-religious Texas, more so in the rural areas. ๐Ÿคฎ IOW, your perceived eggshells is probably just me picking and choosing (carefully) my battles and the combat zone, if you will. I know in some/many cases I don’t need to waste my time and energy except for the more valuable, winnable fights.


      • Wine? Wine is for ladies and sissies of men! Bourbon is a drink! ๐Ÿ˜‰ (please note the winkie!)

        Honestly, I can’t stomach wine because of its acidity. I get heartburn from hell, the down on your knees, think perhaps it may kill you kind of heartburn. Wine is one of those things that does it, green peppers too among other things.

        Don’t feel bad Prof. For I hold the sloth blogger award! You are in no danger of catching me! It’s good to see you, even if it’s a sorry I ain’t been around post. I’m sure you will be blogging like a deranged, megaphone toting, trumpanzee on meth, in no time. (but with better material!) ๐Ÿ™‚

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        • Hah! Many beers do the same for me other than the heartburn from hell part. ๐Ÿ˜„ But way too much “gaseousness” for way too much peeing and nowhere NEAR enough of a good happy buzz. ๐Ÿท๐Ÿธ๐Ÿฅƒ Give me my liquors—tequila & vodka, every so often a good bourbon—or my Malbec or Pinot Noir. ๐Ÿ˜‰ I do make an exception for the Mexican Ambers (Lagers) like Dos Equis Amber or Modelo Negra with my Mexican foods. But that’s it!

          Fantastic to know my slothfulness will never catch up(?), or surpass(?) yours. That sounds unright saying that! ๐Ÿ˜† Yeah, there will be liberal doses galore in 2024 of ranting, critiquing, and trying to show the 44% to 48% of the American voters they are trapped in clinical psychological, psychotic denial to the Orange Orangutan, if he isn’t already in prison beforehand or BANNED from any public office in the country! Right? ๐Ÿ™„

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          • “if he isnโ€™t already in prison beforehand or BANNED from any public office in the country!”

            Oh please, for all that is good in the universe, let it be so!

            It’s tequila with my Mexican! Frozen pitcher of Margarita and plate full of fajita yums. The wife and I share the pitcher, and it’s perfect. The perfect drink to compliment the food, and the perfect buzz that’s still safe to get home. If it’s a little strong I’ll sit there and nibble on chips and salsa till I’m good ๐Ÿ™‚

            A side note. I’ll bet you that here in Tn. at least 75% of the people eating at a Mexican restauraunt are asshole Republicans. The very people who have issue with Mexicans, immigrants of any color/origin, and probably have a confederate flag on their truck, and a white sheet and hood under their beds. And there they sit, happy as a bug in a rug, eating at the Mexican restauraunt. I try to ignore it, but it pisses me off. I’m sure the people who work there know it too, but $ is $, and the tips are probably good.

            If you really hate Mexicans so much, why are you eating at a MEXICAN restaurant?!! I hate hypocrites.

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