Browsing Archive: March, 2015

The Farce is Strong in This One...

Posted by M. H. Tardiff on Thursday, March 26, 2015,
I've had one of those weeks.

You know what I mean.

Seven days ago I crafted a lengthy blog post on grammar and punctuation, but none of you got to read it. Some little gremlin in my computer decided to make everything go away about five seconds after I typed in the last period. I know it sounds like an error between the chair and the keyboard, but I know it wasn't my fault (I spent ten minutes after the disaster doing my best Han Solo impression...repeating 'it's not my fault' after the hyperdr...
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In Search of Spock's Mysteries...

Posted by M. H. Tardiff on Wednesday, March 11, 2015,
I really didn't want to come on here and talk about the recent passing of Leonard Nimoy. There's very little that can be said of him that hasn't already been said and unlike someone like William Corliss, whom I've already mentioned in a previous post, his accomplishments are more-or-less public knowledge, so to praise him would be tedious and of little value.

From what I've gathered, everyone liked Mr. Nimoy, regardless of their political affiliations or age. He seemed to be a genuinely good p...
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I Have No Tool Shed, and I Must Scream...

Posted by M. H. Tardiff on Friday, March 6, 2015,
By night, I write stories of fantastic lands and wondrous times. By day, I cook, clean, teach and renovate my jalopy of a dwelling into something akin to Wayne Manor. Normally, my diurnal dilemmas aren't an impediment to my nocturnal shenanigans, but this week I've been constructing a nice big tool shed in my backyard and it has taken the wind from my sails.

It's coming along nicely, though in its embryonic/skeletal state, it looks a bit like a Grecian temple, I had fun today wrapping myself i...
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