Tag Archives: Tardsie

Tardsie: Return To Sender

By Smaktakula  Oh, happy day!–we’ve just received word from the Shelby County Sheriff’s Department that our beloved Editor-In-Chief, Tardsie D. Bagg, has been found alive–and for the most part well–in Memphis, Tennessee. During our brief and acrimonious phone conversation with the nylon … Continue reading

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Things We Think About: Pictures

By Smaktakula Few aphorisms are as ubiquitous–or contain as much self-evident truth–as  ‘A picture is worth a thousand words,‘ the notion that the camera’s eye catches such a visual abundance that it would take 1,000 words to describe it with any … Continue reading

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Meet Tardsie!

By Smaktakula Much of the hard work which makes Promethean Times such a magical family experience occurs behind the scenes.  Our small, tight-knit staff is more like a family than a collection of colleagues, with the exception of our copy editor, … Continue reading

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Historical Figures With Unfortunate Nicknames: Beaver Dick

By Smaktakula Of the British-born Richard Leigh, who would rise to relative obscurity as the mountain man Beaver Dick, little is known or cared. Said to trail in fame only Jim Bridger and a handful of other mountain men no … Continue reading

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News of the Duh: The Orgasm Gap

By Smaktakula According to the results of a two-decade survey by researchers at the University of Indiana, men reported that their sexual partners reached orgasm much more frequently than they actually did.* 85% of men believed they had brought their … Continue reading

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This Day In History: August 16th, 1977 CE

On which a grieving world books a room at the Heartbreak Hotel upon the sad news of the King’s death at 42. The following poem is from Ms. Marie Greenfield’s heartfelt Elvis, Legend of Love (a poetric tribute to the KING).  The book is notable … Continue reading

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