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“You wanna borrow, you gotta pay the man.”
I never had the Easter Bunny pegged for a PR flack, but he can now add it to his CV.
Sometimes, I catch myself, as I explain to 19 and 20-year-olds what life was like before Al Gore invented the Internet.
The world seemed surprised when Hitler annexed the Sudetenland of Czechoslovakia in 1938. More surprised when he invaded Poland in 1939 and flabbergasted when he marched into the Soviet Union in 1941.
Our elected representatives in Washington produce bad ideas like cows produce methane.
Simply saying something over and over doesn’t make it so.
I happen to believe vaccines are a good idea. That’s why I got one.
Yeah, I’ll get the booster. I might even ask for a double, just in case.
Life is a series of hellos and goodbyes.
I’ve been hacked.
I knew it. I get the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine and three days later, “J&J vaccine paused due to blood clots.”
Kids need to be in school.
You might have seen the photo by now. Of all the disturbing images of Wednesday’s insurrection, this one lingers.
Batman needed the Joker. Javert needed Jean Valjean. Patton needed Rommel.
American sports are in trouble. At least if I am, in any way, a representation of a typical fan.
My mother texted me a photograph on Sunday. That doesn’t sound like a newsworthy occasion, but mom had never texted anything to me or anyone else, ever.
So, now it’s meat. Just as I was celebrating my latest acquisition – the last four-pack of generic bathroom tissue – I rolled my way over to the meat aisle, only to find a few sad, lonely leftovers.
Who doesn’t love a good joke? Apparently, many Democrats and CNN.
She once ate an entire stack of pancakes – at least six or seven – while I was taking my daughter to the school bus.
Imagine somewhere between Shawshank and a Motel 6.
Sure, I could write about impeachment again this week, and probably for countless weeks to come.
Never let the facts get in the way of a good vendetta. Words to live by for politicians and apparently for some news organizations.
In case you haven’t heard, our lawmakers have returned from their six-week, summer sabbatical, ready to roll up their sleeves and get their hands dirty.
A 15-year-old boy showed up Aug. 28 at Great Crossing High School in Scott County, Kentucky, with a handgun.