Welcome to Weston Locher's Musings on Minutiae where the author offers up hilarious observations and insights on topics of great importance such as: Living in an urban apartment complex ("...if I become an admitted pet owner, then I have to pay not only a several hundred dollar deposit to the... read more
“…if I become an admitted pet owner, then I have to pay not only a several hundred dollar deposit to the apartment complex, but I’m pretty sure that they also reserve the right to harvest some of my bodily organs…”From the Essay "Mayonnaise!"
“Our family was nearly torn apart on several occasions by arguments started when the refrigerator door was open for what my father deemed as ‘too long.’”From the Essay "Power Outages, and Other Catastrophes My Father May Have Premeditated"
“The first way not to shake hands is executed by receiving someone’s hand in yours and proceeding to squeeze it tightly, hurting the other party as if they were responsible for a past death in your family, or your adoption as a child.”From the Essay "Three Handshakes You Should Never Give or Receive"
“Ever since the robot was first invented, there have been people who swear up and down that this marks the first step towards the fall of man … To be fair, their arguments are backed with scientific fact taken from documentary films such as The Terminator, The Matrix, and RoboCop.”From the Essay "One Day the Robots Will Come for Us All"
“They scamper in front of my legs, causing me to fall and face plant into whatever furniture is closest. They especially like to play this game when I’m carrying piping hot coffee.”From the Essay "Cats Vote, Decide Closed Doors Offend Them"
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