Dealing with guilt
The Minnesota humorist, Garrison Keillor, once observed that people do bad, horrible, dirty, rotten and despicable things, then, instead of repenting, they just go into treatment.
Ad Mad Man and the Super Bowl
We are on the cusp of “that” day — Super Bowl Sunday. We won’t need reminders from camels tromping around to make sure we know what day it is.
Just where is East Rutherford, N.J.?
I have a little more than just a passing interest in the upcoming Super Bowl XLVIII in that my beloved Denver Broncos have a starring role in it. Along with the tensions that will be building up to game time in our household, there are a few questions about the extravaganza which come to mind.
What’s in a name?
I spend waaay too much time on the Internet, but here’s my defense — it’s where the craziness lives.
Proof, you ask? Yes, I can do that. A guy named Stephen McLaughlin has set up a website,
Hallelujah (and pass the earmuffs)
First off, let me update you on a change for the G.W. Jackson Multicultural Society concert, which was set for Saturday, Jan. 25. Due to unforeseen illness with a couple of board members, the concert has been moved to Saturday, Feb. 22.
Who is Jesus?
He is the most controversial man ever to live. His own family thought him mad. The people loved him. One of his closest friends betrayed him.
On the matter of mattresses
Goldilocks didn’t realize it at the time, of course, but she had it comparatively easy — lucky beyond measure — to find the “just right” bed on the third try. Within mere seconds of trying out The Three Bears’ beds, she nestled comfortably,
Another exciting Friday night
The Good Wife (no longer The Little Woman) and I spent another exciting night curled up in front of our big screen watching three solid hours of 30-minute episodes of “Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives.”
Take time out to remember
If you are off work or out of school Monday, I encourage you to take part in some or all of the MLK day celebrations.
One of my favorite assignments all year (one of the few for which I volunteer) is attending the oratory contest on Martin Luther King Jr. Day at the MLK Community Center.
A nation big on words
We Americans are a wordy bunch, particularly after election to public office.
At all levels of government, officials gain experience quickly in “proclaiming,” whether or not they’re any good at all in framing laws.
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