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wrong number: based on a true story

Just the other day, I made a little boo-boo that I’m sure every American must have made at one time or another while holding a phone of some kind. And usually, it’s an honest mistake. One that shouldn’t be punished

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Posted in cops, story, storytelling, writing

why i don’t miss driver’s ed class (a true story)

Yesterday I took my dreaded driver re-training class brought to you by CT DMV. Actually, A Better Connecticut Driver, but who’s really keeping track of names? It’s still a 4 hour class that’s pretty much a refresh of something I

Posted in babbling, car, class, cops, driving, money, story, storytelling, writing

wise words from a wise man

Without getting too much into details about how this conversation came to be, this is a father-to-son chat my dad had with me the other night after returning from a court house out of state. DAD: Don’t go to jail

Posted in cops, family, wisdom, words

write about now

Lately I’m finding more time to myself now that I’m getting other… I don’t know… I guess you can call them distractions… but they are getting out of the way. One of the bigger issues was getting Sam back, which

Posted in car, church, cops, euphoria, fickette mcsavvy, friday, Fringe, money, movie, netflix, new york, noah madison, Spanish, writing

pajama meetings and break-ins

I truly must admit, it’s a wonderful thing to “go” to a meeting in your pajamas. I really thought about going into the office today for this mandatory meeting… but then it dawned upon me–why would I waste such precious

Posted in babbling, birthday, cops, family, new york, office, WAH

cops and eggs

I wasn’t expecting to use the “cops” tag much more than that weekend I had a few weeks ago… but it turns out I had another episode running into the law last night. Actually, they were on the good side

Posted in breakfast, cops, family, food, sam cooke, scripts

more cops and cars

I just can’t catch a break this weekend! I drove my dad’s pick-up truck to church this morning, and no sooner do I get a few blocks away, I feel what felt like the brakes giving out. Are you kidding

Posted in car, cops, movie, WAH

me and the cops

I have to admit, I’m not the best of Connecticut’s finest these days. I mean that on a personal level. Sure they may be saving lives and stuff, but they aren’t doing me too many favors. What the stank is

Posted in cops

someone call batman

What a weekend it has been so far! To make a long story short (something that’s hard for me to do as well making long stories one of the qualities people like about my stories), I made my first real

Posted in car, cops, movie, weekend

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  • 150. it sets itself up July 7, 2021
    WE MADE IT TO 150! And we're taking a break! Sterling and Kortney take time to discuss the latest Fast and Furious movie, F9, and how it rates compared to the others in the franchise thus far. There aren't spoilers if you've seen the trailers. Later, Sterling talks about the people who talk to him at work about aliens. The big topic is the big […]
  • 149. the beard of your heart June 23, 2021
    It's a joyous holiday season as an ailing Sterling celebrates his official first Father's Day and Juneteenth by hanging out at Virtuous Con and the fascinating panels he attended. A quick trip into a black hole storm (very brief due to a tech-heavy read) followed by the confirmation of UAPs (or as we know them, UFOs, but also a heavy read) and the […]
  • 148. millenial checkmate June 11, 2021
    DISCLAIMER: This, unfortunately, is another episode with audio issues particularly in the latter half of the show. We apologize for the inconvenience if you have trouble hearing/understanding.  In this episode, Sterling learned that he's not as young as he used to be and the importance of stretching. Another Word Watch article about obscure punctuation […]