Tag Archives: Merriam-Webster

My Final Tirade for 2017

Pick any New Year’s resolutions yet? Oh, you say you’re perfect and don’t need to? Well, bless your little heart. Wish I could feel the same way with my being far from it. Although, every year it’s the same thing: … Continue reading

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The Life of a Lazy Bum

Here’s a topic to which many scriveners can relate. Is it still a no-no to end a sentence with a preposition? According to Merriam-Webster, no, it’s not. So, perhaps the thesis sentence for this essay should read, “Here’s a topic … Continue reading

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Happy St. Patrick’s Day

I know it’s a bit early here in GMT-5 for wishing that but it’s one of my favorite holidays of sorts. Aside from being fired from my first professional-radio job on St. Paddy’s Day, way back in ancient history when … Continue reading

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Protected: Sarobia: Mystery and Mayhem

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Today’s Tirade: Come On People Now

“Come on, people, would you please find another adjective besides ‘awesome’ to describe your enthusiasm? Don’t use ‘amazing’ either.” The preceding quotation was a tweet I made out of simple desperation from my having just read Twitter, and noting 105 … Continue reading

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