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parental cycle of wisdom

Here’s a salute to the parents out there that have always taught their children the ways of life and have done the best they can, and still do, to steer them in the right direction. These are the parents whom

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Posted in family, kids, wisdom

(disc) jockin ain’t easy

DISCLAIMER: I just want to say that I am in no way a professional disc jockey. The only things I do fairly well is put together a pretty good playlist and enjoy being an on-air radio personality. Only one of

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Posted in family, music

“the iron giant” film review

(I’m the resident film reviewer at my job’s monthly newsletter. Here’s my latest review for the month of January.) I’ll admit that I’ve been slacking lately in my movie-watching experiences and have neglected films of a certain major target audience:

Posted in cartoons, family, favorites, movie, review

break’s over

I’m back… again… after my unplanned hiatus. I took a lot longer than I planned but as the saying goes, life happens. I was struggling juggling both life and blogging, so obviously something had to give, and the Indoob unfortunately

Posted in blogging, family, Friends, life update, m.i.a., school, summer, writing

death of the gentleman generation

I have a few friends that, unfortunately, keep running into idiots. Some call them “dogs” or “pigs” or “man whores” or much worse and vulgar terms I choose not to publish. Such dudes are only out for one thing: to

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Posted in family, girls, rant, wisdom

adventures in the big city

I spent a vast majority of  last Thursday in the Big City, aka Manhattan. I must say that it was indoob a delight. We had a great time. We, being myself, my best friend Kitten and my New Yorker cousin

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Posted in family, Friends, memories, new york, pictures, road trip, storytelling, vacation

a wonder (and) full weekend

Last week was pretty busy and a little on the rough side for not only me, but my family, church and a few friends. I don’t normally get into the person aspects of my life, but I do see the

Posted in awards, blogging, church, family, Friends, hulu, movie, netflix, pictures, pineapple, poop, scripts, story, storytelling, tv, weekend, writing

last picture post of 2008 – presents, popcorn, poop and cheese

As many Indoobians know, I’m known to be pretty lazy when it comes to the taking and posting of pictures specifically for purposes of sharing with the Workforce. Nevertheless, I did a few snaps today (literally minutes ago) and will

Posted in cheese, Christmas, family, Friends, mozzarella, pictures, popcorn, seinfeld, t-shirts

i’d like a new window for Christmas

I was going to post something last night on Christmas Eve Eve, but I guess Christmas Eve isn’t that bad either. Anyway, I just want to wish all Indoobians, friends, family, strangers and strange-looking people alike a Merry Christmas. For

Posted in Christmas, family, holiday, scripts, snow, 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

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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 […]