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This page is an experiment owned and operated by Martin D. Watt (Marty). Comments, suggestions, errors, and other curmudgeonish correspondence can be left by clicking here to send me email .

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So, you found my page. How do you know if you are a Curmudgeon or not? Well, simply click on the word Curmudgeon and find out. If it is true you learn something every day, then this can be your "thing" for the day.

Curmudgeon's are generally good people (After all, I should know!). They have many aspects:

In any event, curmudgeon or no, enjoy your visit. I hope you find some interesting and informative stuff here, and elsewhere on the net.

A defense of curmudgeons and generally irritable people -- called Point of View, an Apology for the Irritable.

Other Features of the Curmudgeon's Corner:

Come again, soon! Or, as we said in Jackson, Tennessee (my hometown),"Ya'll come back now, ya hear!?"

Your hosts:

Marty (the unworthy servant of God, John)

Candy (the handmaiden of God, Christina)

Sarah (the handmaiden of God, Elizabeth)

Jonathan (the child of God, John)

St. John of Kronstadt, pray for us!

This page is dedicated to my favorite curmudgeons, Statler and Waldorf, and their creator, Jim Henson.

A Picture of Statler and Waldorf


This page, and any supporting pages and original graphics are and (and any other special legal symbol I can think of) 1996, 1997, 1998 and 1999 and now MM (2000) and MMII (2002) and MMV (2005) by Martin D. Watt. Other links and graphics used here may be and in some other year by some other party.