Author Archives: James D. Irwin

About James D. Irwin

James D. Irwin is a writer/comedian.

The Footprints that Last Forever

I think we’re going to the Moon because it’s the nature of man to face challenges. –Neil Armstrong   The story goes that one day in Warren, Ohio during the summer of 1938 a woman named Mrs Gorsky told her … Continue reading

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Snakes on a Plate

I’ll usually try anything once, unless it’s heroin, murder, or a post plane crash Lynyrd Skynyrd album. I went to a restaurant for dinner tonight. The village where I live only has three restaurants, and two of them are kebab … Continue reading

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Late Night Thoughts on Being ‘Off the Grid’

It’s very hard to write about not being on Facebook without accidentally giving off an air of superiority… I’m not on Facebook, so I think I’m better than you… I do think I’m better than everybody else of course, but … Continue reading

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Another Idle Distraction: a charming and off the cuff introduction

This was supposed to be a website, but I don’t have the $18 required for that so instead it’s going to be a blog with delusions of grandeur. I first heard the phrase ‘delusions of grandeur’ watching Star Wars. C3P0 … Continue reading

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