Humor

Your Balls Will Freeze

26 January 2022 Fiction

Absalom Angus Armstrong was a curious fellow. He was a natural born observer, a man who enjoyed watching people with a keen mind for sardonic commentary upon the same. Commentary, sometimes, he was happy to broadcast to whomever would listen. McCarron lived at the corner of Tree and Sunrise Avenues. The former was so-called because […]

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Victory Church: Losers Not Welcome!

28 August 2021 Christianity & The Church

I recently noticed a new church moved into our community: Victory Church. I’ve discovered, however, it’s not really all that new. The church was formed in 2000 and its original meetings were in a nearby mega-theater complex. Foreshadowing. Yet, I don’t recall the church being named “Victory Church” at that time, and the history of […]

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A Layman’s Humorous Guide to American Evangelical Christianity: The Anatomy of a Church Sermon

28 August 2021 Christianity & The Church

For the non-Christian, a church service can be a confusing event to comprehend. I’ve attended church since my mother’s womb and have been a Christian for 30 plus years and I don’t always understand what’s going on and why. It’s even more confusing when you consider the breadth and depth of what is considered an […]

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The Ephrata Fair Is Back – F*ck The Fair!

27 August 2021 Humor & Satire

The COVID19 pandemic could only halt the Ephrata Fair for one year. Now, this annual curse is about to bring its blight upon the small town of Ephrata, Pennsylvania, once again. The Ephrata Fair sickens the community every year. Name your poison for they are legion!

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Revisiting Renninger’s Antique Market in Adamstown, Pennsylvania: A Trip into Lost America and Americana

16 August 2021 A Writer's Life

I recently revisited Renningers Antique Market in Adamstown for the first time in 25 years in a search for classic pulp fiction, comic books, and a few more odds and ends. Nothing much has changed at this now ancient flea market venue. I recall this place from my youth, but it seems like it’s older […]

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