April 17, 2014
Henderson rose from the chair, advanced to the center of the room, paused, thrust his right leg forward, and stood stock still for a time balanced in this peculiar manner. ‘I do this sometimes,’ he said before he returned to the chair. His guests departed rapidly.
April 15, 2014
Peaches Lamborghini delicately slipped the dagger between the ribs of the umbrella.
April 13, 2014
Loon: Today for the 3 question interview we have a distinguished looking bearded gentleman, a Mister Charles Darwin, I am informed. Tell me, Mr. Darwin, are those boots comfortable? Darwin’s ghost: To be forthright, they are slightly snug. Loon: Following up on that, have you ever spilled honey onto your beard? Darwin’s ghost: You are […]
April 11, 2014
What can I say? He had a strict cook. No dessert if you don’t finish your vegetables.
April 10, 2014
JP glowers because: a. he can’t have dessert because he didn’t eat his broccoli. b. the minion he’s staring at brought the wrong gold plated mustache comb. c. he’s just been told wealth is not all giggles and pranks. d. no matter how much his heart yearns for it, he can’t unilaterally ban the accordion.
April 8, 2014
Preparing to go Fishing with Pop Henley or How I Broke Bread with the Devil in Hell or Giving One’s All for Art
April 6, 2014
Loon: I am joined this morning for the 3 question interview by the ghost of J.P. Morgan, a prominent financier, whatever that may be. Mr. Morgan, why are you wearing spats? Morgan’s ghost: I want your coat. Give it to me. Loon: I’m not wearing a coat. What coat do you mean? Morgan’s ghost: In […]
April 5, 2014
Darwin Plaguemaster, the board certified lemming, approached the edge of the cliff with some trepidation and a bag of walnuts. He tossed one walnut over and watched its descent onto the crusty spikes far below. A faint nutty cry of pain drifted up to chastise the lemming. With a firm nod, Plaguemaster retreated to safety […]
April 4, 2014
They are discussing wealth, the healing balm.
April 3, 2014
These British bankers are discussing: a. the situation in India. b. the size of King Edward’s hernia. c. the source of the Nile. d. the eccentricities of their hostess. e. wealth as the balm that heals all indignities.