Archive for July, 2011


Hey man. It’s been a little while since I conversated at ya, and for good reason. We here at the Shlog have been gearing up for what will be called “Shlogust,” which  is obviously a combination of “August” and “Shlog.” The authors of this fine institution will be attempting to provide you with a Shlog-a-day during the 31 days of Shlogust. Or at least every other day. Hopefully at least a few posts a week. Two per week at the absolute minumum. There will for sure be one every Saturday in Shlogust. Anything goes. The posts will be more concise, the fat trimmed off, just a blast of Shlog unfettered by all the pomp and frills that normally accompany the inane ramblings of this internet sanctuary. Think of it as a “Shlog 100 calorie pack.” By its very design it should temporarily quell your appetite, and then almost immediately leave you wanting more, which you will get the very next day. I’m excited about it.

That’s all I got. Anywhere from four to 31 days of Shlogust lay ahead, waiting to be filled. I can’t risk prematurely shooting my wad on some worthless July (or, Shlog-ly) post.


humor | musings | fiction

Little Fears

Tales of whimsy, humor and courgettes

Rochelle Wisoff-Fields-Addicted to Purple

Growing older is inevitable. Growing up is optional.


Seer of the invisible, scribe of the unwritten

Regie's Blog

The pen is mightier than the sword ...unless someone is trying to stab you with a sword. Then, it's the sword ...definitely the sword.

Idiot Joy Showland

This is why I hate intellectuals

Cooking Without Limits

Food Photography & Recipes

Dalton's Magazine

Spanning the world with pieces of think


Empowered by guys in short pants to write whatever I want, whenever I want, for no money whatsoever.

Highest Form of Whit

Bigger. Bolder. Bloggier.*

Suzie Speaks

The Adventures Of a Thirty-Something Life


This is Duh'Merica and we are all screwed......

The Brown Road Chronicles

Stories about country living, old houses, dirt roads, fresh air and other amusing (and possibly even inspirational) anecdotes!

a comedian's notebook

taking comedy seriously, but not too seriously

Still Skeptical After All These Years

Jim Wheeler - Rational Skeptic

The Shameful Sheep

shit storms, shame, and stories that make you cringe

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