Category Archives: Living On The Edge

Kingda Ka, oh baby!

Nothing like the thrill of a high-speed roller coaster and the boredom of sitting in a traffic jam. America is a land of contradictions. Or is that contrariness. Continue reading

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Caught Faking My Own Death

How embarrassing! Continue reading

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What’s in a name?

I’ve had three legal names in my lifetime. Continue reading

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What if they gave a war and everybody showed up?

Back in the 60s, there was an anti-war slogan popularized by Charlotte E. Keyes, which was then turned into a full-length film: “Suppose they gave a war and nobody came?” Well, I’m proposing the opposite: “What if they gave a war and everybody showed up?” Continue reading

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I Don’t Suck!

People just too darn busy. End of the world postponed for several months. Continue reading

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The Camera Doesn’t Lie

There might be something to all of this radioactivity concern here in Japan. Continue reading

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