Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Remember, you don't just have to read the posts. There is a wealth of hidden treasures deep beneath the post in the comment section. Remember, Life is just a bowl of cherries, and after the lights go out...the cherries are gone.


  1. Well, life isn't always a bowl of cherries. Sometimes it's a chair of bowlies. Think about that.

  2. Hello,
    I do not understand how a "Hollywood/OC" slanted blog has infiltrated this mountain. I left that scene ages ago, and I hope it has not followed me to this Alpine Retreat. For I am now aged.
    Is there a certain sprouted groupe of people who are members of a Cafe-Aroma Organization that has the intentions of improving the community, while remembering and respecting the local history? For I was here first.
    And if so, does one have to be witty and cosmopolitan to associate? For I am no longer.
    Is the intention to entertain or to enlighten, for it might be myself who fails to appreciate the lighthearted, yet cynical prose reflected on these pages. For I am innocent.
    Please respond, as I wait with baited breath. For I am here.

    With all due respect,
    The Tahquitz Monster.

  3. Perhaps you might want to consider not whining like a little infant baby girl. That might help. I mean, you're the one who decided to play for a living, and actually managed to pull it off, instead of getting a real job. Since everyone knows your so-called "business" is cyclical, you might as well just man up and accept it and keep the mewling to a minimum. Before we all puke. Just a suggestion.

  4. To answer the question posed by "The Tahquitz Monster:" I would direct the reader to the Idyll-Beast blog, which is a tributary of the mighty river of prose known as www.idyllbeast.com. Certainly the staff of the Idyll-Beast Research Center are dedicated to improving the community while respecting (and learning more about) our local history. I can't say if Frank and Conor include entertainment or enlightenment in their mission statement. One is a professional entertainer, and although both are known as seasoned wits, respect for history (or anything else except the hallowed institution of "Bromance") would definitely be outside their purview.

  5. Frank and Conor, Conor and Frank.

    Never thought I'd have to say this, but I think JP's blog is looking good.

  6. Your employment situation has astrological ramification, Conor, Uranus is in retrograde.

  7. Dear Sir,

    I am not a character on an Animal Farm, for I am the Voice in the Wilderness. I represent and protect the majesty and mystery of my Mountain, and must not be forgotten by Moderns. Your fictonal character cannot superceed me, for I am more equal then others. Would you try to refer to the old History and Legends of this Mountain? For I am not fashion or whim. I am the ghost of the last Grizzly Bear from the Valley well before your Great War. I am eternal, and exist without man.
    For the Lorax told of those who would not remember when the great machines razed the forest. Because of thier guilt and shame, I sit alone and weep for them.

    Warm Regards,

    The Tahquitz Monster


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