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Tag Archives: Napoleon
Lucifer the Magnificent
I thought I had seen it all. Then I walked into the living room of The House on the Hill on Easter Sunday to find the Devil preparing the put on a magic show. Instead of his usual impeccably tailored … Continue reading
Posted in Holidays, Humor, Writing Tagged Easter, Humor, Jesus' Resurrection, magicians, Modern Philosopher, Napoleon, Religion, sarcasm, satire, short story, The Devil 2 Comments
Do Short Work Weeks Suffer From Napoleon Complexes?
This Modern Philosopher has learned, based on evidence provided by my spies within The Calendar Commission, that short work weeks suffer from Napoleon Complexes. The condition, also known as “Little Man Syndrome”, describes a tendency by wee folks to act … Continue reading
Posted in Humor, Philosophy Tagged Calendar Commission, Friday, Humor, Modern Philosopher, Napoleon, Napoleon Complex, Sarcasm, satire, short work week, TGIF 14 Comments