Tuesday, May 31, 2011

War of the Flies

Flies, screen door, a little tear in grandmother’s screen door enabled flies to enter her house in the bush. The bush contained rock, swamp, deadfall, underbrush, spruce, fir, pine, birch, as one would expect to find in a boreal forest before the emerald ash borer bored in to lay eggs and choke trees to death.

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Goo Goo Underground

Lohbado heard boisterous laughter from the Bull's Blood Tavern. He went in and a waitress told him the bar was reserved for a meeting of the Goo Goo Underground, but if he wished to become a member, he would receive a free pint of Worker Bee Lager. Lohbado enjoyed talking to the waitress so much, he said he would gladly be a member if she would help him fill out the form. She said she had no time, but he could sit down and she'd bring him a pint. He could take his time. It was an easy form.

Tuesday, May 17, 2011

The Story of Oh

Everyday the background music, plus a typical reaction and set of thoughts, a mind rambling distractedly, blown about like a feather, as people hurried to the subway, lined up at bus stops or piled into cars, Lohbado went for coffee. After a refill, he'd write the same old nonsense, predictable spasms triggered by toothache, indigestion, background music or something in the news.

Monday, May 16, 2011

Eepee Corporation

Eepee Corporation recently released the new Smiley Card, a plastic, electronic card chip devise programed to monitor hunger and desire. Each time a person feels hungry or turned on, the card vibrates in one's wallet or purse. The Smiley Card sends out Morono Vibration into the bearer of the card. The Smiley Card also provides a screen-display of suggestions and a GPS to the most effortless and cost effective way to satiate hunger and desire.

Sunday, May 8, 2011


Turn to Oogah, the huge Oh, a portal, opening, a holy hole in the tissue of daydream. Oogah came in response to the Apocalyptic War of religion against religion, business against business, pill against pill, big fish eating little fish, haves bullying have nots, positive and negative. Lohbado sneaked into Grandmother Aida's boudoir and had a look at The Book of Oogah. He had no idea what it was all about until the age of thirteen, when an elderly woman asked him in for tea and cookies, after Lohbado finished cutting the grass. She asked Lohbado if his mother had told him the facts of Oogah.