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Now this is a weird Wednesday. I looked out my window the other day and was shocked to see the top of a tree on fire. Or was it? How do you explain it? Leave a comment, then check the answer here. My newsletter also goes out on Wednesdays: Lines by Leon Newsletter: May 25 … Continue reading Very Weird Wednesday: On Fire?
"Bridgelocked" I sketched Bridgelocked after looking at some pictures I had taken of several bridges in New York, Paris, and Klon. Apparently, they are removing locks from the one in Paris because it is sagging from the weight. Wouldn't want to be the guy having to track down the owners of each lock . . … Continue reading Weird Wednesday: Cartoons and Sketch
In Canada, as with most of the world, we follow the metric system (hear that, USA?). Yet, in the produce department, the price/weight is displayed in pounds with kilograms relegated to smaller print in the lower left corner. I suppose that this is done because the price is looks less. 80 cents/lb. looks better than … Continue reading Weird Wednesday: Prices / Cartoons
First it was Pi day (March 14) then the Weed day (April 20), now we have Star Wars day. There is a great schism between the two major science fiction franchises. Battles at ComicCons all around the world on the premise that one is better than the other. And no, there is no right answer … Continue reading Weird Wednesday: May the 4th be with you! Happy Star Wars Day / Cartoons
There wasn't much lead up to this year's Earth Day, so it wasn't until the day of and I saw a few posts about it (Google helped with their graphic). You would think that there would be more hype, seeing the importance of environmental issu— If you felt it important, you probably should of remembered, … Continue reading Weird Wednesday: Earth Day / Cartoons
Short, sweet, and not too weird today . . . -Leon Cartoons NFTs? How about the Real thing? You can put this on your wall. "Hopes, Dreams, and Wishes" only $8 (Buy here) My newsletter also goes out on Wednesdays: Lines by Leon Newsletter: April 20 .
Much of the snow has—I mean had melted. I took the studded tires of my bike. The shovel that was broken from the record amount of snow we received this winter was making its way to the shed. Now we brace for a winter (spring?) storm that is supposed to be that worst in 30 … Continue reading Weird Wednesday: Let it snow, let it sno —Wait. What?/Cartoons
It's nice not to have to write a poem every day . . . I'm running at 50% so far. Cartoons My newsletter also goes out on Wednesdays: Lines by Leon Newsletter: April 6 .
Why is alliteration attention grabbing? Maybe the same reason rhyming is? When you hear an alliterative sentence, do you try to anticipate how many more words will start with the same letter? When reading poetry, do you wonder which line will have a rhyming word? I suppose that's why I have Music Monday, Tuesday Tirade … Continue reading Wednesday Wonder of Words: Free Poetry / Cartoons