Category Archives: Brothernomics

Game of Thrones

After visiting a friend’s mom in West Hollywood this morning we found ourselves leaving her house bearing the figurative and literal fruits one scores when parting with any grandmotherly woman. The spoils consisted of a bunch of grapes, bag of … Continue reading

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Highschoolers Say the Darndest Things

My younger brother (often referred to on this blog as Younger Brother) is a teacher of highschool age children. This is awesome for me because: As a teacher, he is useful as a reference point for my wildly inaccurate drunken … Continue reading

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Shake, Battle and Roll

As happens from time to time in our life, The Spouse was out of town for the weekend on business. Whenever this happens The Child and I fill our days with rambunctious activities, and I fill my nights with cleaning … Continue reading

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No Hyrule for Old Men

As I have previously mentioned, I have three brothers. The youngest proposed some time ago that we hold a contest of skill to determine our relative superiority. This was an affront to our traditional system of rank (age). His challenge … Continue reading

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One Child To Rule Them All

Long story short, my older brother shot me in the leg. To me, that works fine just like that. I’m happy leaving this one short, no need to medium or long this story. It’s been told too often anyway. Too … Continue reading

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