The who "Chief Wahoo" and "Indians" issue is shrouded in mystery and convenient double-talk.
That's COLD, even for Fargo, North Dakota1
This despite the fact violent crime in America is falling.
Tell me you don't remember "indubitably!"
However, an event on December 16th, 1773 holds a special place in our nation's history.
Jack Nicholson in "The Shining" would be almost laughable when compared to a glaring, red beady-eyed rat.
I understand the ox weren't too crazy about the idea.
They fixed that circuit breaker with a pen.
One of my personal favorites is at Cedar Point Amusement Park near Sandusky, Ohio on the southern shores of Lake Erie.
Johnny-on-the-Spot It's been said that confession is good for the soul. I confess to being a "lawn nerd". There! I said it. I don't actually dread lawn mowing. For me, the only time lawn mowing becomes tedious is when grass altitude conflicts with the weather or my schedule. Over the years, lawn mowing has allowed … Continue reading Any Way You Cut It…
Why don't we hold classes in a restaurant where no masks are required...after seating?
It's like being in a boat on the lake in a fog.
Former AP correspondent Robert St. John was listed as "dean" of the school which also included Curt Gowdy, Fran Allison and John Cameron Swayze as "Faculty"members.
It wasn't the first time that this fair-skinned lad had been sunburned but it was the most serious.
Our electric lawn mowing experience lasted about 6 hours.
(However, Duke might have eaten a candle at some time!)
What has muddied the water for me is the government involvement.
But I sense some like to preach oneness while actively pursuing divisiveness.
Hey! Is that a Clark Bar floating over there?
that explains E=mc squared
On the back, he wrote, "To the last in the line of greats".
You'd think a Pennsylvanian would have caught that spelling error!
"There is more stupidity than hydrogen in the universe and it has a longer shelf life."
So they're not into espionage or acting.
Those pink slabs of cardboard-consistency gum were the absolute worst.
If you're close enough, those wings sound like a bee buzzing.
It's no wonder or nation is politically divided.
Now, there's probably a reason why Pastor Cleaver pulled the "woman" stunt.
Listen, democracy, by its' very nature, in noisy, disorganized and raucous at times.
This isn't about election fraud or handguns or civil rights.
We weren't always the "chummiest" before the pandemic and when folks wonder when we'll get back to normal, I fear we might already be there.
By the way, we hear music better on our left side and the right ear is more responsive to speech.