March 16, 2015
Picture this: An affordable apartment in a great neighborhood. You agree to meet the landlord at 1:00 and get there early. By 1:20 she isn’t there. So you call her back and she tells you that she was there, didn’t see you, and left. That doesn’t make sense since you were sitting in your car right in front of the place and never saw her, but this time you get out and stand in the doorway, in the rain , so she doesn’t miss you. A few minutes later she arrives and you go upstairs with her where she tries to unlock the apartment door and fails. The door has a brand new lock, for which she has the key, and a very old lock, for which she doesn’t have the key. She tries to open the door again, you try to open the door, and eventually you both give up. You leave, never having gotten to see the apartment.
March 8, 2015
Just a few snaps from Manhattan, taken last night. The Empire State Building and The Episcopal Church of the Transfiguration, also known as “The Little Church Around The Corner,” a pair of NYC landmarks.
February 24, 2015
This article comes from a Ghana website, which may help explain quite a few things.
I could say a lot about this story, but ever since I read about the panty-stealing goblin of Zimbabwe I’ve been a bit jaded.
But regardless, the real Imponderable is about the author of the story. Here’s his bio from the site:
Daniel Russell. Reporter – Pulse. A student of Central University College. A writer and entertainment analyst, am a simple anti-social dude sometimes a freak, am a workaholic who is working hard to become a mogul and a film maker.
So I guess it doesn’t take much to write for Pulse.
The question is obvious and Imponderable.