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Category Archives: Food
“There was a case in which my client had a truck but lacked tows,” said the defense lawyer. “So he was clearly no way he could have damaged the property. The prosecution tried to milk the fact that he had … Continue reading
I hope you don’t meet any angry uncles and cross aunts who missed the van to the pond. Some wanted to go see the moose there, others wanted to guess how to attract water fowl (they’d give it their best duck … Continue reading
“There have been large spikes of jaywalking in the neighborhood,” said the officer, “and this most likely stems from the actions of people with thick skin. This leaves us with no option but to check streets near houses and hotel … Continue reading
There are many layers to an individual, people aren’t just stock characters. I’ve read that many people have deep roots. That’s something that rings a bell–well, not really, but it is certainly appealing.
“We don’t do things like that ’round here,” said the coach in a flat tone. “She can fry her brain looking at old game footage, but her performance will ultimately depend on how she stacks up against the other players–and … Continue reading
If you have a stake in growing vegetables, a pea can grow above ground–and I got that fact from an app pulled from my blackberry. If you’re planting down south, you won’t have to clear away any important citrus trees … Continue reading
If you want a sliver of peace in the city, you might want to rent a suite. Spots are filling up fast in this building, but you can get a decent place if you’re not a sponge. And, there’s plenty … Continue reading
Telling the tale about the cold-blooded bicycle thief was a snap; however it lacked bite upon the latest retelling. On a scale from one to ten, it was about a five. Or at least Sue or Jesse thought it was.
If things ever go sour, or if you’re not feeling so hot, there’s no reason to be bitter. You won’t have a salty reputation if you do something savory–and it will make everything sweet.