April 30, 2009

Candied Holidays, Brockeim Brew Crew, Berried Treasure

  1. Why is the worst chocolate served up on the biggest candy holidays... Halloween, Christmas and Easter?
  2. You can drink a brew, or brew a drink. All good, so long as I get some.
  3. Grapes... berries with a future.

April 29, 2009

Underdog's Super Energy Pill, Backwards Reading, Angels and Gods

  1. Coffee is like Underdog's Super Energy Pill. The trouble is hiding it inside the secret compartment in my ring.
  2. You think this is nonsense? Try reading these backwards.
  3. How can we believe in angels, but not in a god?

April 28, 2009

American Expresso?, Teabagging, Releasing Tension

  1. Coffee is like American Express... I don't leave home without it.
  2. Words du jour, like teabagging, are nonsense now, nonsense tomorrow.
  3. The greatest tension happens just before I give up.

April 27, 2009

Shaking My Groove Thang, Onomatopoeiac Happiness,

  1. I tried shaking what I got, but then, I was all shook up. No wonder Elvis left the building.
  2. When sad, trying saying some onomatopoeias. Find ten good ones, and you'll be happy again.
  3. When searching for myself, I wound up looking behind me. I was sure I was following myself, as I'm always getting ahead of myself.

April 24, 2009

Message Found Drinking in a Bottle, Bangles, Headaching with Nature

  1. I opened a bottle and found a message. In the bottle was wine. Good wine. Got the message. So I drank it. Message delivered.
  2. Has anyone a practical use for a bangle?
  3. Headaches are never nature's way of saying, "Party time!"

April 23, 2009

Questioning Reruns, Politics or Coffee?, Modern Book-Burners

  1. Reruns. That word opens up a world of questions, not all of which are good.
  2. An awful lot of political discussion is just talking... and it isn't getting me more coffee.
  3. Knee-jerks throwing books out with the bathwater, whether the Bible or the Bard, are no better than book burners. The understanding of either book and their related influence cannot be honestly ignored by a true intellectual.

April 22, 2009

Tooth Decay Discrimination, Freedom, Getting Nailed or Hammered

  1. Calling it tooth decay is an insult to the bacteria. They have rights too, you know.
  2. I don't need to protest freedom... I need to live freely, which I already do. Live free. Anything less is not living.
  3. If I am a nail, I see every problem as being solved by getting hammered.

April 21, 2009

I Mozzarella 4:7, Goaded Goat, Ranking Filed

  1. I "desire the pizza of God
    which passeth all understanding..."
    I Mozzarella 4:7
  2. You can goad a goat... anyone can, but can you bare a bear?
  3. My name was rank, so they filed.

April 20, 2009

Tea's Evil Origin, Fatalism, Sugar Me

  1. Tea was not invented by the antiChrist. Still, pour me a cup of coffee.
  2. Realism without hope is fatalism.
  3. Sugar is a necessity. I'm not too proud to like it. Two spoons.

April 17, 2009

Want to My Bottom?, Ready Today, Timeless Time

  1. No cup of coffee is bottomless. Don't tease me.
  2. Ready or not, yesterday's gone.
  3. No matter what time it is, so long as there is time, it is no too late.

April 16, 2009

Fawning, Ramming, Vote for Brockeim

  1. Fawning is no less (or more) valuable than abusive harassment. A sincere compliment, though, is worth twice a pound of gold.
  2. No one ever said at the Chevy dealership, "Frankly my dear, I don't give a Ram." And, why should they? Dodge manufacturers the Ram, not Chevy (they make the Silverado). As far as giving them away? No way. Not at $20 grand.
  3. I'm hip and urban, it seems. Vote for me.

April 15, 2009

A-Holes, Unapologetic Camelizing, Workaday Superheroes

  1. The center of the first letter of the alphabet is not called the A-hole.
  2. Were camels consulted when designating Wednesday as 'Hump Day'? Maybe Barack Obama needs to apologize to them for that.
  3. Coffee is the workaday man's superman.

April 14, 2009

Vanilla Spice (Spice, Spice, Baby), Correlating Correlations, Gimme Rhymes or Gimme Death

  1. Vanilla has its place in this world. Some of life's spiciest moment's start there.
  2. A lot more is correlated than we want to admit, and a lot less than where we lay blame.
  3. I cannot imagine a world without rhyming words.

April 13, 2009

Twittering Brockeim... Follow Me

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Tomorrow (Better than Today), First Bites, Mission Impossibilities

  1. There's no time like the present? I'm not so sure. Tomorrow is looking very good.
  2. Few things taste as good as the first bite.
  3. When we think of mission impossible concerns, we think of heroes, not philosophers.

April 10, 2009

Deference to Good Friday - A No-nonsense Acknowledgment

In solemn deference to those remembering the crucifixion of Jesus Christ, there is no nonsense today.

Please accept my apologies, and feel free to scroll through the last two years of what doesn't matter. Look for more nonsense Monday.

April 09, 2009

I Cannot Say Good-Bye (ER), Books Unlifted, Taping Infants

  1. Good-byes are hardest when I've never said hello. I went 15 years never watching ER, but, good-bye.
  2. The best books are lifted too rarely.
  3. Today's infants will never say, "I will tape that show."

April 08, 2009

Coffee Aphrodisiac, Sunrise Amazement, Nonverb Seasons

  1. Absence might help the heart grow fonder, but a good cup of coffee can bring me into love.
  2. The expected sunrise is never surprising, but still amazing.
  3. Fall and spring can be verbs, but winter, summer and autumn cannot be.

April 07, 2009

Spring, Clockward Truth, Zero to Wit

  1. Spring has yet to spring.
  2. Truth sometimes begins with a clock.
  3. A cup of coffee usually helps me go from zero to wit.

April 06, 2009

Starting Every Moment, Bump and Nip, Breaking It Down

  1. Coffee. It is the only way to start the morning... the afternoon... the evening, and all the moments in between.
  2. What goes bump in the night? Cats, stoned on catnip.
  3. Everything is delicate. What hasn't broken yet eventually will.

April 03, 2009

Wanting, Vanilla Beans, Live Dwellers

  1. What was you wanted? Go get it.
  2. Vanilla beans. Fun to say? Try it three times for three times the fun.
  3. Many lives are spent dwelling. Probably not enough coffee in their diet.

April 02, 2009

3-Cup Morning, Slow Feet/Long Roads, Shiny Electorate

  1. It's three-cup morning. Pour me another, and get one for yourself.
  2. The road isn't long. It is feet that are slow.
  3. Shiny things attract. The good news is, the election is over.

April 01, 2009

Truth and Untruth, Fagin Economics, Grainy Images

  1. "How am I sure it is not true?" - A question not asked often enough by honest cynics about supposed untruths.
  2. Fagin applied redistribution of wealth. Sometimes you've got to pick a pocket two.
  3. Against the grain? Me?
    What? There's grain?