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Collection of short-stories about things, and growing up in the 60s, and stuff.

Owner: lobocanyon

Listed in: Humor

Language: English

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Latest Blog Posts for Sometimes I Just Crack Me Up!

  • Walter Swan’s Simple Plan
    on Dec 29, 2010
    The one time I actually interviewed for a job in the journalism field, was as a sports reporter for the Douglas Dispatch in Douglas Arizona. Douglas sits on the Arizona border across from their sister city, the Mexican town of Agua Prieta. Sounds bea...
  • I Can Tell A Tree Branch From A Deer For Chrissakes!
    on Oct 5, 2010
    The fog was thick and heavy in the valley. We could see maybe 50 yards at best and it showed no signs of lifting. It seemed to be getting thicker as we walked. It was 5:30 in the morning, late October, and cold, to me, really cold. I was standing the...
  • Massacre at the Zooseum
    on Aug 3, 2010
    A hideous scream pierced the morning air. It sounded like Connie, and it came from the direction of the shed on the back of the Davidson’s property. Dan and I took off at the same instant, racing each other to the sound of the scream. Connie was hi...
  • Do Squirrels Fart?
    on May 14, 2010
    I saw a headline a while back that just amazed me. In fact I laughed so damn hard the first time I read it, I almost couldn’t stop. Actually it was a guffaw, I guess, as laughing goes.“President Obama Defends American Wars While Accepting Nobel P...
  • One Night at the Circle K....
    on Jun 3, 2009
    I worked the graveyard shift at a Circle K in Albuquerque, in a very high crime neighborhood, for longer than I should have, and shorter than I’d planned. I was divorced, attending the University of New Mexico, and the Circle K job was my only sour...
  • Oh Henry, Call Dr. Pepper, I'm Gonna Have a Baby Ruth
    on Feb 16, 2009
    One of my favorite jokes goes like this: Do you know how to catch a polar bear? Well, you cut a hole in the ice and line the edge with peas. When the polar bear stops to take a pea, you kick him in the ice hole.I’m sorry, but I can’t keep a strai...
  • Boy Toys
    on Dec 17, 2008
    Remember when you were a kid and Christmas seemed like it would never get here? To make it worse, they let you out of school for Christmas break, and you didn’t have anything to do to pass the time except wait for Christmas to come. Sure, Mom would...
  • Voyage of the Titanic - An Epic RV Adventure
    on Nov 18, 2008
    Chapter 3 – We Christen Thee Titanic Charles A. Manson stood in the doorway of the 33 1/2’ Southwind beaming, his fat belly swelled out with pride, straining the front of his shirt. “I told ya she’d start right up, runs like a top, nothing...
  • Voyage of the Titanic - An Epic RV Adventure
    on Nov 17, 2008
    Chapter 2 – New Rubber All The Way AroundManson sat in the middle of the faded blue fold-down sofa, his arms outstretched, his legs stretched out across the blue kitchen-type carpet, almost filling up the entire space. The carpet was not original o...
  • The Subtle Signs of Spring
    on Oct 27, 2008
    Tony Hillerman died last Sunday. He was 83. He died from what was reported as pulmonary failure. The lungs fill with fluid and you stop breathing, but it’s all related to congestive heart failure. Tony had survived two heart attacks and surgeri...
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