About

Keli Garson is the nom de plume of a writer and attorney who required anonymity to avoid possible interrogation by those that wished to know exactly whom she was referring to as stupid.

As Keli tackles mental deficiencies of stupers (short for remarkably stupid persons), names are changed, characters combined and time lines rearranged in the interest of creating lively capers, but all significant events are true. She is indeed fond of carrying Rhode Island size handbags in which she lugs around her personal stuper fighting arsenal, and she does raise stubborn, but quite eye-catching Cochin chickens.

Keli was born in Southern California where she currently lives, a veritable hotbed for stupidity. As a young, successful, up-and-coming entertainment attorney, she found herself increasingly distressed by the unbridled idiocy of those around her. When she discovered she wasn’t alone in her irritation, Keli devoted herself to ridding the world of stupers. However, she soon realized her noble efforts could land her in prison, so instead she decided to help thinking humans defuse and disarm the annoyance that only idiots can incite.

She believes the most precious gift to give another person is your time.  This gift should be withheld from all stupers.

Even more about Keli:

Some of her favorite books:

  • To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee  (“sheer brilliance; I love that friends gave Miss Lee a NY apartment to live in for a year so she could write. Would that I could!”
  • Uncle Tom’s Cabin by Harriet Beecher Stowe (“a must historical read; I love that Mrs. Beecher Stowe let her household duties go to pot in the interest of writing her book. For some reason, I can’t. My best writing thoughts come during vacuuming.”)
  • Bergdorf Blondes by Plum Sykes (“this appealed to the rarely seen somewhat shallow side of me”)
  • No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency series by Alexander McCall Smith (“I just love this series, especially the latest, Teatime for the Traditionally Built. These books are laced with wisdom and offer comfort by way of a simpler life for those seeking refuge from a hectic world.”)
  • Oneness: Great Principles Shared by all Religions by Jeffrey Moses (“When life seems to stall, this is a must read for a pick-me-up. Lots of truth and wisdom here to help keep the mind focused and straight.”)

Age:      195
Vice:      Impulsively baking lemon meringue pies
Virtue:   Singlehandedly fighting stupidity

Keli very much appreciates all of her blog readers and is dedicated to helping them successfully manage bouts with the inane.

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