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  • A question, using the Rice Krispies jingle

    A question, using the Rice Krispies jingle

    koshersalaami
    Snat Crackle Tot
  • A new old photograph

    A new old photograph

    koshersalaami
    The [photograph] above came into my mother’s possession (electronically) a few days ago. She’d never seen it. I think she was told it was taken in 1910 in Jamaica Bay, …
  • Jonah’s Yorzeit, that time of year again

    Jonah’s Yorzeit, that time of year again

    koshersalaami
    There are people here who were very supportive and I want to thank you. Oddly, that’s most of the people here. Not everyone here knew me at the time.
  • BindleSnitch Membership Update

    BindleSnitch Membership Update

    Alan Milner
    Requesting input about changes we're thinking about making to the website.
  • With help, I’m making blogging progress

    With help, I’m making blogging progress

    Rose Guastella
    Hello Old Friends, I've missed you! Insta and FB are poor substitutes for the kind of communication a good blog can do. It's been a long time since I made …
  • I think I’m there, now.

    I think I’m there, now.

    Rose Guastella
    Another flower, and some info about posting...
  • Pink is Not My Favorite Color

    Pink is Not My Favorite Color

    Rose Guastella
    I am usually not a huge fan of painting with pink.  It is challenging to get it to look the way a flower looks, delicate and natural. The danger is …
  • Are we still doing this? #3

    Are we still doing this? #3

    Jonna Connelly
    It's not a great book but it taught me a lot.
  • Book challenge, #4.1

    Book challenge, #4.1

    Jonna Connelly
    Limits or no, I can't leave this one out. It's the best book I've ever read and I'm not good choosing favorites. I'm not even done with it, I just …
  • T’kiah

    T’kiah

    koshersalaami
    the shofar didn’t originally exist for the High Holy Days. It existed as a sort of ancient siren, a call to action, often with military applications
  • The Silence is Deafening

    The Silence is Deafening

    Alan Milner
    Well, it has gotten very quiet around here for the past few days. I find myself starting new articles, getting a couple of pages into them, and then grinding to …
  • Something Different (and not a flower)

    Something Different (and not a flower)

    Rose Guastella
    A visit to Fort Worden/Point Wilson in Port Townsend in late 2018 resulted in a series of works.
  • How to Add Your Byline to the Blurb

    How to Add Your Byline to the Blurb

    Alan Milner
    BY ALAN MILNER This is an example of how to get your name into the blurb that is shown with your articles in the listings. This will NOT appear in …
  • One Origin, in Shame, of My LGBT Advocacy

    One Origin, in Shame, of My LGBT Advocacy

    Jonathan Wolfman
    ...insisted they'd no memory of my shabby behavior.
  • Book challenge, #4

    Book challenge, #4

    Jonna Connelly
    I'm not sure how to categorize this one, fantasy, futuristic, maybe dystopian? Mostly a beautiful and meaningful novel.
  • How to Make a Better Cup of Coffee at Home (Part 1)

    How to Make a Better Cup of Coffee at Home (Part 1)

    Chuck Podhaisky
    For many of us, our first memories of coffee-making at home are of mom filling the percolator with water, pulling the can of Folgers or MJB off of the shelf …
  • Milwaukee Air Show Thunders Across Wisconsin Skies

    Milwaukee Air Show Thunders Across Wisconsin Skies

    Alan Milner
    The Sound of Friendly Thunder The Milwaukee Air Show brought (friendly) thunder to the sky over our Wauwatosa, WI homestead over the July 25th weekend. The engines overhead  were unmistakable and …
  • College Majors Becoming Obsolete When Job Hunting

    College Majors Becoming Obsolete When Job Hunting

    Mark Campbell
    College is a time for exploration, making new friends, and discovering who you are and, as any college freshman knows, a time to declare a major....but college majors may not …
  • About Deer Crossings and Hurricane Seasons

    About Deer Crossings and Hurricane Seasons

    Alan Milner
    "How do the hurricanes know when to start and stop forming? Do they watch Hurricane Central?" Of course not. This is really a matter of nomenclature rather than the conscious …
  • Consumers Conned by Restaurant Rankings: True or False?

    Consumers Conned by Restaurant Rankings: True or False?

    Alan Milner
    Consumers are increasingly dependent upon second-hand recommendations from total strangers when deciding where to spend our money. Whether we refer to reviews posted online, or studies conducted by people who …
  • Really Funny Stuff We Found Online

    Really Funny Stuff We Found Online

    Howard Heinhertz
    Here are some really funny things that lawyers have actually said in courtrooms during trials....unbelievable.
  • Wolfman’s book challenge, my #1

    Wolfman’s book challenge, my #1

    Jonna Connelly
    It's the old, ugly story of racism and cruelty we all know too well, with a different story and an amazing, surprise ending. It's Whitehead's newest and the book I …
  • Wolfman’s book challenge, my #2

    Wolfman’s book challenge, my #2

    Jonna Connelly
    The dog book that had possibly the greatest influence on my understanding of and relationships with them, written by a brilliant writer/philosopher who's been rejected by the dog training establishment.
  • What the Frack Does Meme Mean?

    What the Frack Does Meme Mean?

    Alan Milner
    Writers are always trying to push the envelope of the languages in which they write. Shakespeare was a famous and shameless creator of new words, which were often so easily …
  • How to Make a Better Cup of Coffee at Home (Part 2)

    How to Make a Better Cup of Coffee at Home (Part 2)

    Chuck Podhaisky
    We examined everything involved in making a great cup of coffee at home before it goes into the coffee maker in Part One. In this edition we will discover why brewing …
  • April Fools’ Day Isn’t Over Yet…

    April Fools’ Day Isn’t Over Yet…

    Alan Milner
    …but there’s only one hour left before I won’t be able to publish this article,which is about the origin of All Fools’ Day, known today as April Fools’ Day, on …
  • Jim Nabors, 87, Led a Charmed – and Charming – Life

    Jim Nabors, 87, Led a Charmed – and Charming – Life

    Alan Milner
    Legendary singer and actor Jim Nabors passed away in Hawaii on November 30th, at the age of 87, leaving behind a legacy as a gentle comedic actor with a superb …
  • Police Stops: What Would You Do In This Situation?

    Police Stops: What Would You Do In This Situation?

    Alan Milner
    Saturday afternoon, July 16, 2016,  as we were driving  along  Swinton Street in Delray Beach, FL, we came across a suspicious looking traffic stop, with two one-man police cruiser parked in …
  • Non-Profit Groups Help Ex-Convicts Start Their Own Businesses

    Non-Profit Groups Help Ex-Convicts Start Their Own Businesses

    Alan Milner
    Calvin Duncan knows a lot about prison; he spent 28 years there. “I was born in New Orleans but I was raised in Louisiana State penitentiary,” Duncan says. “I went …
  • Tom Petty: Remembering an American Original

    Tom Petty: Remembering an American Original

    Alan Milner
    Tom Petty was an unpretentious American original, a musician of rare talent, a singer blessed with unique voice, a story teller whose songs summarized four decades of the American experience...
  • The WordPress Professional: Extracting Email Addresses

    The WordPress Professional: Extracting Email Addresses

    Alan Milner
    I’ve been building websites since the early 1990s. That was long before WordPress appeared in 2003, so I was building websites with HTML, PHP, and a whole bunch of other …
  • David Goodall Decides to End His Life at 104

    David Goodall Decides to End His Life at 104

    Mark Campbell
    104-year-old world renowned scientist David Goodall is leaving Australia to fly across the world to end his life in Switzerland. The lauded ecologist and botanist is not suffering from a …
  • Drunk While Flying: Minnesota’s Avian Alcoholics

    Drunk While Flying: Minnesota’s Avian Alcoholics

    Alan Milner
    There's an epidemic of drunkenness among the younger residents roosting in the small northeastern Minnesota town of Gilbert. where the town's avian residents are dive bombing the human residents of …
  • Et Cetera: The Catch-all Category for Everything Else

    Et Cetera: The Catch-all Category for Everything Else

    BindleSnitch Editors
    We have introduced a brand new category called Et Cetera, which is Latin for "so on and so forth" (or so we have been told.) We are encouraging our authors …










































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