The first volume of blog postings from Kicking The Bit Bucket, featuring 39 blog postings from 2013: "The Ballard of Bilbo Baggins By Leonard Nimoy," "Crashing At SFO With Carryon Luggage In Hand," "Driving While Black In My Apartment Complex," "The Nightmare Continues At Amy’s Baking Company," "A Truly Tasteless French Ad About JFK Assassination" and "No Funemployment For Spongebob Squarepants". More
The first volume of blog postings from Kicking The Bit Bucket, featuring 39 blog postings from 2013.
Welcome to Kicking The Bit Bucket Blog! The Spock Vs. Spock Car Commercial The Ballard of Bilbo Baggins By Leonard Nimoy The Damned At World’s End Who Knew We Were Playing Monopoly Wrong?! Another Ho-Hum Name For The San Jose Arena The Slick Willie-Moonbeam Jerry Bay Bridge Becoming A Registered Democrat Again The Men’s Wearhouse Guy Is Out Of The Job Do You Know The Way to Alviso? Crashing At SFO With Carryon Luggage In Hand San Jose Arena Renamed As The “S-A-P” Center The Nickel-&-Dime Business For “Other” Utilties The Finer Point of Bloomberg’s BusinessWeek Cover Kickstarter: The Megatokyo Visual Novel Game Driving While Black In My Apartment Complex Crashing Into The Ground At LaGuardia Airport Getting Slimed At Work A Curious Tale Of The American Guillotine Watching “The Profit” In Las Vegas A Gentlemen’s Club Comes To Downtown San Jose The Ho-Hum Sticker Shock of College Housing The KIA Soul of The MTV Video Music Awards The Nightmare Continues At Amy’s Baking Company Watching Joan Jett At The Mountain Winery Can We PLEASE Shut Up About The New Bay Bridge? A Truly Tasteless French Ad About JFK Assassination We The People Must Designate The GOP As Terrorists Please No Talking At The Urinal A Lousy Month To Look For A New Job The Stupidity Of Carrying A Toy Gun In Public Outrunning The Busy Body Obese Police No Funemployment For Spongebob Squarepants The Apocalypticism Of American Politics The Great Butterball Turkey Shortage 2013 Black Friday 2013 (From The Sidelines) Has Koch Brothers Infiltrated The Huffington Post? Shipping Wars Delivers The Star Trek Bridge Yes, Virginia, Santa Clause Is Black As Hell
C.D. Reimer writes about the everyday reality that he finds weird, twisted and absurd for which most people accept as being perfectly normal. He lives and works in Silicon Valley, consoling hurt computers and fixing broken users.