Yes. Ecards that are wrong for every occasion. So I'm not good at business ideas — but at the good news is, no ads and the cards are free to send. And no, I'm not selling your information, either —I literally hate that business model. So, if you would like to support me, buy my books — they're great.
THIS WEEK'S FEATURED CARDI forgot to login to Facebook for two months. No ill-effects, although I don't think Bill Gate's mind control 5G towers are working on me as well as they used to. And I think the vaccine nanobots are on the blink. Still, I did do some renovations at Wrongcards.com, so that's some good news. Oh, and there's this card ...
LAST WEEK'SYou all know me as a staunch defender of family values. Although Genghis Khan is not closely connected with Thanksgiving he DID father thousands of children and set them up with a dynastic empire. You don't get more family-oriented than that. Did your parents do as much for you? Doubt it. Ask them why not this holiday season.
OH, THIS WAS GOOD TOOI apologize all the time. Never sincerely, of course - why rob the experience of fun and whimsy? - but just to practice I guess, in case the unthinkable happens. That's right, even I make mistakes, though the last time was in 2003 when I stupidly agreed to share my ice-cream with someone (long story short: I lost half of my ice-cream) but the point is.. look I don't remember. Something to do with sharks.
Oh For The Fear of a Bear!
I’ve been thinking a lot about bears, lately. I think that’s because they’re — you know — actual monsters, with sharp claws and bite teeth and all that, which belies the common claim that monsters aren’t real. Nonsense, of course. Demonstrably false. Monsters are real, they are called bears, and why is everyone pretending this isn’t the case?
In my official writers bio, I mention I’m working class. That’s a bold thing to do. Some might even say it's 'peculiar'. Shouldn’t I be embarrassed or something? It’s called ‘humble origins’ not ‘tell the world origins’.