Last week we had a guy mooning for a lady construction worker. This week we have the non fiction remembering of workplace injury by lady engineer Karen Swartz.
Clint Walker demonstrates proven techniques for losing your fingers, and how to handle “relocation” (aka layoffs).
“It was an opportunity I couldn’t pass up, one that was unlikely to come along again.” You know how it is. Julie A. Jacob explores.
Two poems this week. Two authors.
Jason Preu turns up the creepiness factor by 100% in this week’s fabulous fiction, Infrastructure.
The return of Al Simmons conjures up a crusty mummy of a job, and then some, in two poems.
Mid-way through October and we’ve already covered vandalism (October Rage), unemployment (like that will ever go away) , public protests (thank you, Strahota), ghosts (Steve Jobs), and zombies (yours truly) … what’s next?
SNAKES! What could be more creepy and crawly for the *spooky* month of October than an interview with an authentic snake breeder? Thomas Tremain sits still while slickery, slithering snakes worm up and down his arm … and we have video to prove it. Learn the ins and ouches of this unregulated industry where snakes sell for upwards of five grand each.