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Got Raptured This Week

So like a lot of people, I got raptured this week. Actually, to be honest with you, I didn’t get raptured so much as I grabbed onto the leg of someone I saw getting raptured. Man, that was a long trip up, especially with all of the kicking that guy did.  I was pretty banged … Continue reading

One Paragraph Essay: The Time I fell Off The Grand Canyon

I will never forget the time that I fell off of the Grand Canyon.  First of all, that morning the coffeemaker malfunctioned and splattered coffee all over my brand new shirt.  Second, on my way to the Grand Canyon, my tire blew out.  And finally, when I did get to the park, prices had gone up … Continue reading

The Lonesome Road

The weary traveller had seen many things in his long, long journey but none compared to the sight of that cabin on the hill with an inviting plume of smoke coming from it’s stone chimney. As the traveller approached the front door, he was greeted by an old soul, the owner of the cabin.  “Folks call … Continue reading

8 Clues The Post Office Used The Wrong Statue Of Liberty On Its Stamps

The U.S. Postal service today is admitting an embarrassing error. In its Liberty series, instead of depicting the real Statue of Liberty, the stamp depicts a Las Vegas replica. Here are 8 clues that allowed the experts to finally recognize their mistake: – The real Statue of Liberty’s tablet does not read ‘Viva Las Vegas’ … Continue reading

10 Ways To Make This Guy’s Flight Worse

A man onboard a flight from Iceland to New York snapped the above photo.  Apparently, the flight crew had to restrain this passenger to his seat with duct tape and zip ties, after he got really drunk and started attacking female passengers and screaming that the plane was going to crash. At first, I thought … Continue reading

Las Vegas

I knew the bright lights city of Las Vegas would set my soul on fire, but I never knew it would set my pants on fire as well, which it did.

The Joys Of Being Married To Me: Episode 27 – Travel

Me: Hey, pack some workout clothes for Puerto Rico Karen: Good idea.  Are we running there? Me: No, we’re taking a plane.

The Stranger in the Desert

I stumbled forward in the hot sand.  Each step further scorched my feet.  The sun beat down upon my face like a hammer.  My mouth was dry, my lips were parched.  I collapsed to the ground.  I knew this would be my last day in the desert. Suddenly, a cool soothing relief came over me.  … Continue reading

Drawing Inspiration From Pirates

In June of 2005, a middle-aged American couple were yachting on the Red Sea when they suddenly found their vessel surrounded by Yemeni pirates. The armed scallywags tried to board the yacht in an attempted takeover. Despite being outgunned and outmanned, the couple managed to drive off their attackers. The ride back to shore, for … Continue reading

Rest Area Unrest

I was forty-five minutes into my hour and a half drive to work when my insides presented me with 2 options. 1 – Find a bathroom very quickly and empty their contents in a public restroom of some kind. or 2 – Keep driving and find a place to buy a new pair of pants … Continue reading

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