Mr Heater

19 Apr 19
I've bean travelling

Those who followed this blog over the past couple weeks will know that my recent trip through northern Thailand and Laos was with a small group tour via Intrepid Travel, specifically the 13 day Thailand and Laos Adventure. Now that I’m settled back at home, I’ll leave you with my overall review of this organized […]

19 Apr 19
Garbanzo Beans for Breakfast

It could be that my forced air days are coming to a close. Not Air Force, but forced air, as in a home heating system. Here on Irwin Street, we have natural gas that is delivered through a series of ducts to nearly every room in the house, blown out through vents to provide warmth, […]

19 Apr 19
Market Research Reports

Recent research and the current scenario as well as future market potential of Supplementary Protectors Market: Global Industry Analysis 2012-2016 and Opportunity Assessment 2017-2027 Supplementary Protectors is a manually resettable device which is designed in such a way that it opens the circuit automatically on predetermined value of time versus voltage or current in electrical […]

19 Apr 19

1990 Sleet slapped against the windscreen, the wiper-blades squealed. Warm stale air was gusting in through the van’s vents. ‘I’ve never known anything like it,’ Frank said. He drew hard on his cigarette, a column of ash falling. ‘We had them with that rhumba.’ From the passenger seat, Ted quietly watched the curtain-drawn houses slide […]

19 Apr 19
Flint Hills Special

-by Greg Hoots- I’ve always loved cars.  New ones, old ones, and everything in between, automobiles have always caught my eye.  The first car which I drove to high school was a 1965 Dodge Coronet, a hand-me-down from my parents.  A four-door sedan with a slant-6 engine, it wasn’t too sporty of a ride at […]

18 Apr 19
Japan, We Try

One of the major plusses of our current jobs in Japan is that Garett and I get a decent amount of holidays. In March, that holiday was spring vacation. Before the vacation began, I asked my students, “What are you going to do for spring break?” to which most of them replied either a) sleep […]

18 Apr 19
Anderson Valley Advertiser

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18 Apr 19
Amazing Worlds

Almost everyone in the world knows Winnie the Pooh and the Piglet. A.A. Milne’s work became one of the most important pieces of western literature of 20th century. What started as a story based on Milne’s son – Christopher’s, childhood plays, literally helped to raise children in the whole Europe (and beyond). The rich storytelling, […]

17 Apr 19
JC Flooring

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17 Apr 19
Zone Coverage

The mark of a good team is winning the games it’s supposed to win. But another hallmark of a good team is winning some games it has no business doing — like the Minnesota Twins nearly did on Tuesday night in a 6-5 loss to the Toronto Blue Jays at Target Field. The Twins led […]

17 Apr 19
Acceptable Madness

This is something that I think is pretty comedic. I used journal entries as the way to tell the story since I recently finished Bram Stoker’s Dracula and I wanted to experiment. Personally, I thought the piece was interesting and spawned simply by me driving passed a pile of free firewood and letting my fucked […]