Posts Tagged ‘Common Sense’

Are You LITERALLY Tying To Kill With Kindness?

March 17, 2020

Let me just say that if you know someone quarantined because they have a compromised immune system (say from undergoing chemo), there’s no reason I can think of why a functioning adult should have to be reminded more than once that, no, they can’t come over for a visit.

Because Nobody, Least Of All The Police, Will Be Amused If You Don’t

September 25, 2013

I kicked around the idea of mentioning of few of my own insecurities today, but that didn’t seem very interesting.  Then, as is frequently the case, an interesting tale dropped itself in my lap.

The bad news is that it’s not my story to tell, but the good news is I can give you the moral of it such that you won’t really need to hear the tale itself:

When arguing with your soon to be ex-spouse over custody rights of your child, whatever you do, set the axe down!  While it’s understandable to have an axe in your hand if you were chopping wood right before the argument started, as soon as it is clear that an argument is about to start, I say again, set . . . THE AXE . . . DOWN!