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March 2024

The Chucklehead Speaks – March

March 1, 2024
I was in a grocery store with a friend who is obsessed with product ingredients. This is a person who is PhD and I assume would know what Tetrasoduim Pyrophosphate is. Not a chance! What he did was something I never saw before and can’t erase from my mind. He


March 1, 2024
Signals are crucial to our wellbeing.  They govern our decisions, tell us when to approach, when to withdraw, when to swerve to avoid disaster, or to desist from making a bad situation worse.  It behooves us, therefore, to recognize them and (hopefully) learn from our missteps.  

Never Kiss A Saber Toothed Squirrel

March 1, 2024
It isn't often one sees a saber toothed squirrel. Of course, it isn't often one wants to see a saber toothed squirrel, but when one does see one it invariably leads to commentary. For instance: “Why the (bleep) does that squirrel have a saber tooth and how can he chew


March 1, 2024
I’ve been considering going somewhere.  I’m not quite sure where yet, but maybe Italy or Portugal to check out my ancestral roots, or to a Blue Zone where people live to be one hundred years old without really trying.   The thing is, I want to scout for that last place

Sheamus’ Rainbow

March 1, 2024
Sheamus Miramontes suddenly found himself in a rain shower lit by sunshine as he stood entranced looking at the beauty of the forest of trees in the hills surrounding the City of Monterey. It was an unusual day in Monterey in that it was a day whose sky was filled


March 1, 2024
As a middle-aged man working in London, William Shakespeare, writer, poet, and so on had a legal restraining order taken out against him, requiring that he not get close to William Wayte because of a conflict in which he was marginally involved.
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