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Exhibit 3 – CatNocerous, ponders the oracular possibilities of a post-apocalyptic countryside and asks: Will humankind find sanctuary in an uncertain timeline where armor-bearing predators the size of a Ford F-250 SuperCab roam unchallenged? This tribal motif hints at cave painting, perhaps portending that prehistoric populace will rule modernity.
Oh sure, multitasking doesn’t even require a hyphen, but singletasking receives only shame as etymological outcast, shunned by lexicographers like some denotative Hester Prynne, marked as unworthy of our global village by her squiggly scarlet underline.
Like a co-dependent college pal, Facebook throws its weight around, alienates our friends, and gossips incessantly about everybody we know. Your friends don’t approve of this unhealthy relationship, but they don’t understand your special connection with Facebook.
Those of you anticipating more than auto-erotic stimulation tonight, may find reassurance in the knowledge that February is also Cherry Month, Creative Romance Month, and Condom Month. Those of you who, like me, anticipate the mechanical amelioration of self love, will have to content ourselves with the fact that February also happens to be Library Lovers Month, Sinus pain Awareness Month, and Potato Lovers Month.
The possibilities for new dishes are endless. Personally, I’d like to try something slow roasted over peach or maple wood, then hot mopped in the final stages with a citrus/honey glaze.
Can we actually define Compassionate Conservatism? Let’s wrap our minds around this elusive concept. Compassionate Conservatism espouses as a bizarre concoction of good intention and celebrated self-interest. Christ‘s teachings, Calvinist predetermination and entitlement, sanctified by the Sacred Covenant of Capitalism, form the basis of this dynamic, and contradictory perspective. Fashioned by divine inspiration from Adam’s […]
If you’re any good in bed, your partner will proclaim your name as tribute in the same sentence that calls forth a favored deity.
Writers experience similar praise for their efforts, but the corroboration most often stems from within before anyone else may value our craft.