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Imagination Conjuring Reality

D.K. Wall

Imagination Conjuring Reality

Short Stories

Beware The Evil Escalator

November 23, 2016 | 0

Thanksgiving is here – a time to show our thanks by gorging on food until we are miserable and complaining about leftovers. Retailers remind us that this is the official start of the Christmas shopping season. In fairness, many of them have been reminding us for a couple of months now. I even have a … Read more Beware The Evil Escalator

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The Revenge Of The College Boy

October 27, 2016 | 0

Anyone who has ever worked a manual labor job to help pay for college has heard the taunt, “College Boy.” Let’s face it, college may help you understand certain things, but most of those things are fairly useless in summer jobs. And the people who get to manage “College Boys” do enjoy rolling their eyes … Read more The Revenge Of The College Boy

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Our neighborhood from the imagination of a nine-year-old.

Flight of the Abominable Snowman

October 20, 2016 | 1

Most people claim that the Abominable Snowman is a myth, but I know he is real. In fact, I know he can even fly. I actually witnessed the flight.

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Don’t Try This Recipe For Broiled Vidalia Onions

October 13, 2016 | 0

I am well known for publishing my tongue-in-cheek “Kitchen Tip of the Day” (a book I really need to compile), so I highly recommend that you DON’T try this recipe for broiled Vidalia Onions. Most people in the United States and Canada are aware of the sweet taste of a Vidalia Onion. I wanted to share … Read more Don’t Try This Recipe For Broiled Vidalia Onions

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Missing The Point Of Eye Tests

October 6, 2016 | 0

I was ten years old when I started wearing glasses. It would have been much earlier, but I was missing the point of eye tests. To explain this, you first need to understand that academics came easy. My first few years of school consisted of near perfect scores on all tests. As strange as this … Read more Missing The Point Of Eye Tests

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Go Home, Tourist, Go Home

September 28, 2016 | 0

Living in a tourist area has more positives than not, but sometimes I empathize with a little Charleston girl shouting, “Go home, tourist, go home.” I love meeting many of the people who visit this area. I have had many a great conversation with people from all around the world. Seriously, everywhere. A few years … Read more Go Home, Tourist, Go Home

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High School Nightmare Of Politics

September 22, 2016 | 0

My dream transported back more years than I care to count. Back to the world of cliques, petty rivalries, and insecurities. Nothing at all like the adult world. Or maybe exactly like the adult world. Welcome to my high school nightmare. Two big clubs were arch rivals of each other, fighting over insignificant things. Rumor had … Read more High School Nightmare Of Politics

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Amazon – A Retailing Dinosaur

August 17, 2016 | 1

Without a doubt, Amazon has revolutionized the retailing industry. They dominate e-commerce retailing in the Western World. So what logical person calls them a retailing dinosaur? Me. My opinion only matters if you accept me as a sane person. In fairness, questioning my sanity is not difficult. I just posted that cartoon for all to … Read more Amazon – A Retailing Dinosaur

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A Great Man

A Great Man

June 14, 2011 | 3

This post originally appeared on The Thundering Herd website – June 14, 2011 On Sunday evening, the world lost a great man.  He may not have been famous and most of you may never have met him, but he was great nonetheless.  I want to take a moment to tell you about him. He was … Read more A Great Man

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