Neil Kramer explores friendship, love, and sex, and the dangerous art of writing about it.
He lives in NYC. He can be contacted at neilochka on yahoo.
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- Neil on The Problem with the Tray at McDonald’s: No one does that.
- magpie on The Problem with the Tray at McDonald’s: You know what? You take the little packet, you tear the corner off, and you dip the fries...
- Neil on The Problem with the Tray at McDonald’s: Actually good place because they leave you alone for an hour and free wifi. Starbucks are...
- Christie on The Problem with the Tray at McDonald’s: You sit and drink coffee in McDonald’s? Trying to picture doing that.
- Sarah Piazza on The Problem with the Tray at McDonald’s: That last sentence alone made this post totally worth reading.
Tag Archives: writing
On Friday, I learned that one of my blog posts has been chosen to be part of the keynote Voices of the Year reading at BlogHer ’12 in New York. I am delighted to be included with so many talented … Continue reading
December is a month where many of us look back, and look forward, preparing ourselves to take the next step into the new year. During the past, this would be a time where I would go into my blog archives … Continue reading
There are so many blogging and writing conferences nowadays, that it is getting a little crazy. And what good are they? They take us away from our families and cost too much money. Wouldn’t it be nice if one of … Continue reading
It is so obvious. Really. I’m not sure why it has taken me so long to see it. Perhaps I wanted to be blind. To humanize everything. But every blog, every status update, every tweet that I read at three … Continue reading
I am in McDonald’s staring at a poster for the new McRib sandwich. The photo shows this huge, juicy, succulent rib — the size of half a cow. The photo is just begging you to buy a McRib. Although I … Continue reading
About two weeks ago, I wrote a post, and as the cursor hovered over the publish button, I decided against pressing it. Instead, I picked five bloggers out of the proverbial hat, individuals who I thought could relate to the … Continue reading
A few weeks ago, there was a raucous argument online over the unimportant question of the day — are bloggers “real” writers? I have my own thoughts about this, but I’m all about spreading the love, so for all practical … Continue reading
I write to share my wisdom arising from my life experience. My words are like the rain, and you are like the soil, and when my nourishment satisfies your thirst for knowledge, you grow tall, like the grass and the … Continue reading