Author Archives: Bill Mosca

About Bill Mosca

Programmer, Database Engineer in the Healthcare Industry. Humorist by avocation.

Happy ‘Don’t enforce the law cuz it takes too much effort’ Holiday

Once again, Hayward, CA Police has proven to be July’s safety standards to be as effective as tits on a boar. Sorry to be so graphic, but it’s true. A city that has banned ALL fireworks and publically brags about … Continue reading

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The Time has come, the Walrus said…

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Oh, The Shame Of It!

My fellow Americans have once again shown they think of nothing but themselves unless they can squeeze out a media clip to make them look magnanimous. Hospitals and clinics have no masks, gowns, gloves, or other PPE to give them … Continue reading

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Staying Sanitized in a Corona World

It amazes me how people panic and then hoard. The Corona Beer virus shows up and Whammo! First it was toilet paper and bottled water. I guess I get the toilet paper thing. Not many substitutes available for that one. … Continue reading

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Lisa the Elder

I’ve written about my dog Spike a few times, but I haven’t introduced you to Lisa yet. Lisa is my 19-year old American short hair cat. She was born on Mother’s Day, 2000 along with several brothers and sisters. I … Continue reading

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Two Boys With Way Too Much Time On Their Hands

I was taking a walk through my residential streets when a boy about 10 years old rode past me on his bike. He had the mandatory bike helmet on plus elbow pads, knee pads and a bright yellow vest with … Continue reading

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New Year Stupidity

Here it is December 30th and the rednecks are already shooting off illegal fireworks for the New Year. I guess it’s either a calendar-challenged brain or a “can’t control myself” brain. Either way, this drives my snarly, snapping, normally adjusted … Continue reading

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One “Flu” Over the Cuckoo’s Nest

While Murphy’s Law can show up in every part of life, I seem to be very susceptible to it when it comes to vacations. A time-off day or two¬† from work seems to draw no fire, friendly or otherwise. In … Continue reading

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The Case of the Lost Teeth

A friend of mine, Nelly, recently loaned the use of her house and backyard to one of her friends, Cally. Cally had just lost a good friend of her own, Bert, to pneumonia. The deceased’s sisters were unable to afford … Continue reading

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Dog as family; dog as friend; dog as dog

In response to Skinny’s blog (Five Reasons Dogs Are Not People)…I’ve had several dogs and cats as pets. Some I felt deep affection for; some I could not wait for them to be gone. None of which I would place … Continue reading

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