Cliff Johnson’s Treasures from the InterWeb  

>Take One<

You can have my Oxford comma when you pry it from my cold, stiff, and lifeless hands.

>Take Two<

A poem by Julian Tirhma.

Gag. Hack. Beep. Guffaw. Giggle. Chirp. Cluck. Suck. Yawn. Buzz. Cough. Gurgle. Purr.

Whistle. Wheeze. Hmm. Spit. Click. Whoop. Swear. Gnash. Hum. Smooch. Hail. Burp.


>Take Three<

I don’t procrastinate. I wait until the last minute to do things, because I will be older and therefore wiser.

>Take Four<

God is dead - Nietzsche.

Nietzsche is dead - God.

God is Dad - Jesus.

>Take Five<

Never ask someone eating ice cream straight out of the carton how things are going.

>Take Six<

Baby Boomers: We gonna change the world.

Gen X: We don’t care.

Millennials: Stop calling us that.

>Take Seven<

Sometimes, I shock myself with the smart stuff I say and do. Other times, I try to get out of the car with my seat belt on.



Proverbial irony.

Scarred for life.

Things go better with Coke.

After your barbecue grill crumbled apart from rust.

Signage irony.

Every picture tells a story.

Putting the last bowling ball into place.

Awesome serve.

I presume the clock was super-glued to the wall.

Nap time with Wonder Bread.

How to confuse a cat.

How to poach three morons.

The dog I planted last year is growing in nicely.

Thanks a yacht.

Tough guy.

Owl is detained by police. He looks guilty.

Escher updated.

Blair Witch playground.

Jogging with style.

Highway irony.

Disney licensing blunder.

Cigarette Butt.

Mama! Mama!

Goo goo g’ joob.

Baby Love.

Peep Holes.

Share a Drunk Face.

What are you doing?

Cat watches Hitchcock's Psycho.

1960's Dance Fever.

“Sorry seems to be the Hardest Word” performed by Elton John.
“The Nations of the World” from Animaniacs (1993).
“Hello, I must be going.” Groucho Marx in Animal Crackers.

26% of you looked at the Bonus attached to the last newsletter (up from 10%). Each Bonus is a curiosity of images that belong together in some way, shape, or form. I urge you to take a peek.

My new treasure hunt, The Astana Challenge, will be available May 25th from Amazon.

CRAFTPUPPET, my once and future novel, progresses steadily. Read Chapter One: Spirit Moon.

Play my classic games on Macintosh or Windows. (3 in Three was Macintosh only in 1990.) There are new emulations in Downloads. They’re easy to install and work great on all desktops and laptops.

And if you enjoyed The Fool’s Errand, I know you’ll enjoy The Fool and his Money. It contains over five times more puzzles, has lots of twists and turns, and rewards you with a grand finale.