Archive for August, 2012


Posted: August 30, 2012 in Foolishness



Posted: August 28, 2012 in Foolishness

In the early days of my blogging experience, coming on two years now, I followed a lot of folks that blogged about blogging, and how if ya got good enough at it, could make a shit-load of money doing so.  A lot of those guys aren’t blogging anymore.  Maybe they got rich blogging and are now retired from it all.   Who knows?

Well, I like to blog about blogging.  But let me assure you, I haven’t made a dime doing so.  To bad.  There’s sure a lot of people getting rich spewing forth bullshit, and my bullshit is just as good as theirs; if not better.  Mine is illustrated!   I also use colorful language freely, not just when my brain short circuits and I utter a gaffe so fucking stupid, all my dumb-shit followers are even taken back.  Think: “Legitimate Rape”.

I’d never say something that dumb, cause I don’t want to rape you , legitimately or not.  However, I’m not above screwing with your mind a bit 🙂

Trial Balloon

Posted: August 26, 2012 in Foolishness

I thought I’d try something new and see how it works out.  Run it up the flagpole like a trial balloon, to see if i can pull it off.  Not gonna try something new on my Hansi blog, unless I tryed it out first here.  And that is:  I’m gonna take a random drawing form my Archives, and after I choose just the right one, spontaneously write something about it and immediately push the Publish button after I edit it thoroughly.

Today 2012

Posted: August 24, 2012 in Foolishness


Posted: August 22, 2012 in Foolishness

I think I’m gonna stick with single digits only in this number series.  Not that I have anything against double digits.  I’d sure like to be getting double-digit returns in my retirement accounts.  But sadly, I’m getting closer to zero.  Zero might be the last in this series, even though it’s not really a number.  I mean like, if someone told you to hold up zero fingers, how many would ya have?  Why none of course.

I’m gonna have to give some serious thought to whether or not I want to explore the number zero.  May not be much too it.  Could even do a minimalist type of thing on it; which would be fitting for the numeral that represents nothing.  But that may even be too much.

Perhaps, and this is where a little THC comes in handy while dreaming up blog posts,  I won’t even do a post on Zero, which will actually BE the post on Zero, because it’s gonna be all about nothing, and the best way to express that and do it justice, is by doing nothing.  So when ya get back to normal (I prefer the ‘new normal’) and wonder , “Hey where’s Zero”.  Well you’ll realize that you’ve already read it, by not seeing anything.

Pretty far out…no?

Made ya bent your head!   But for good reason, you can see this drawing two ways:  This way, or with your head bent to the right.  Or if you prefer, just turn your computer screen on its side.  But that’s much too difficult for me, cause I’m not writing  this on some goddamned cell phone, and tweeting it to all my “friends” (or is that Facebook?).  See, I don’t have a cell phone.  What no cell phone?   Nope, not since I retired from being a probation officer.  But now?  Never sent a text message, nor Tweeted in my life.  No Facebook, but I do have two blogs…go figure.  I believe in the selected use of technology.  A lot less invasive that way.

Anyway, this was my hallucination for the number eight.  You can straighten out your head now.

I don’t feel like drawing

Posted: August 18, 2012 in Foolishness

I don’t feel like drawing, but I’m drawing anyway.  Mostly kitchen plans, the finals of which, bear little resemblance to these.   Finally, The wife and I came up with something we can both live with, and that being something very similar to what we have been living with.

Change is not good when ya get older.  It can really upset things, especially when ya have them dialed in to perfection; our kitchen being the exception.  And like adult diapers (not there yet), change is sometimes even desirable and can improve the quality of one’s life.  So, having finally plunked down the money [the common indicator that you’re getting serious about a venture], we are gonna go through some changes, like no kitchen for five weeks and living in utter chaos.