Saturday, January 26, 2013


(Jesus Christ is a towering figure.)

Yesterday, I cooked French fries and bread for dinner.  I'm in love with my Phillips air-fryer.  The novelty is not wearing off.  It's the best three hundred dollars I ever spent.

I watched a show called Revenge.  Madeleine Stowe plays an ultra-rich socialite named Victoria.  The series is very girly.  Nevertheless, I'm having a good time.  Perhaps poor old Smith is half-a-sissy.

Then I viewed The Sopranos.  I'm currently enjoying season two.  It's not the crime and violence that floats my boat.  Rather, Tony's relationship with his family keeps me glued.  I can relate.  Every day is a new drama.

James spent three hours at his academic academy.  My son is the only Asian in the world who sucks at math.  But he's a good kid.  So what's a daddy to do? 

I paid homage to Christ.  I said the Lord's Prayer on bended knees.  Jesus is a towering figure.  If it weren't for him, I'd be just another filthy atheist caressing his empty schemes and dreams.  Thankfully, the holy spirit kicked me in the nuts.

I went to bed at 9 a.m.  I didn't dream.  I woke up at 3:30 p.m.  I drank coffee and read the paper.

A Korean man was sentenced to 14 years in jail.  He went crazy and knifed four people.  One of the victims was his boss.  Another was a co-worker.  The other two were innocent bystanders.  Nobody died.  Asia is a pressure cooker.

I turned on Fox News.  Bill O'Reilly says the mainstream media treats democrats better than republicans.  He's absolutely right.  But Fox is also a biased joke.  O'Reilly is merely calling the kettle black. 

It's 6:55 p.m.  Time to eat.

Anyway,  talk to you later.  God bless.


  1. Smith I am new to the blog been coming here about a month now. We're you in the military before.

    1. Welcome to my blog.

      My dad was in the military--long long ago.

      He's dead now.

      Time flies.

  2. Smith, bread & french fries - that's a 'chip buttie' where I come from! Welcome to the world of sophisticated dining. I salute your endevors. You may yet become a Christopher Columbus of the kitchen, keep up the culinary voyage of discovery.
    I miss 'drunken tune time' - films are for the imagination, music is for the soul.
    Difference and repetition, that's the hook.
    FLB brother,

    1. Drunken tune time is gone forever.

      I've put the cork back in the bottle.

      Thanks for the kind words, Tommy.

      Who's your favorite soccer team?

    2. I don't follow the game. Sorry to disappoint.
      At best they're gangs of spoilt juveniles.
      At worst they're millionaire rapists.
      I don' t kneel at their altar.

    3. Most of my family in the Old Country are Glasgow Rangers supporters.

      I heard they got relegated to the 3rd division over financial issues.

      My relatives must be pulling their hair out.

    4. Football's a ponzi, like most big business. I hope it's only time and energy your family has invested.
      I heard a 50 year old man died of a heart attack at the game a couple of weeks ago. They must've been playing a 'shocking' game.

    5. I love watching sports.

      It's great stress relief.

  3. Mr. Smith,

    I presume that as a married man you work to support your family, but the hours you keep seem incompatible with regular employment. I'm curious - are you a free-lance writer or consultant by trade?

    You write a very unique and intriguing blog. Kudos.

    Best wishes,

    1. Nice to hear from you, Lloyd.

      Thanks for the nice words about my blog.

      I'm just a working stiff like everybody else.

  4. Hi Smith. well what do you know?..... I found you again.
    You've returned! Less alcohol. less porn. but still
    funny as ever. And I still can't figure out what it is.
    You're readers may not be as numerous as you would like
    for now..... but we're a loyal bunch.

    1. Thanks, Alex.

      Welcome back to the blog.

      It's nice to be remembered.

  5. What other blogs have you written on?

    1. Nothing of note.

      I'm just a clueless schlep like everybody else.


Thanks for stopping by. Smith.