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I haven’t seen a copy myself, but I’ve heard the Farmers’ Almanac is predicting a doozy of a winter for 2019-2020. And today was its debut. I ventured forth to meet friends for coffee and to compare notes on the
… finish reading Snow
Last night Daylight Savings Time ended for this year. Well, at least in some parts of the United States and the world. Other parts have their own change dates, so nobody is on the same page about this.
… finish reading Winding Down
The sign was on display for weeks. It read “Big Bear Auction Saturday October 26, 10 AM.” Like many in the neighborhood, I must have driven by it umpteen times. The notice was in the local paper too, and Earl
… finish reading Saying Goodbye
No, this blog isn’t about the Better Business Bureau. Nor is it about Barbecue and Bourbon. It’s about that giant chain, Bed Bath & Beyond, and its advertising campaign.
I don’t know how long the campaign has been around, but
… finish reading BB+B
We are becoming anti-social, and technology is partly to blame. I’m not saying whether this is good or bad; rather, I’m presenting some observations.
Before ATM machines, people went into their banks and saw a teller to make a deposit
… finish reading Losing Contact
Manager Joe Madden and the Cubs organization have officially parted ways; and I am saddened, angered, frustrated, and disappointed in the way it came down. I do not read sport columnists or listen to talk radio to form my opinion.
… finish reading One Less Cub Fan
I don’t really think recycling is working well. I’m not basing this on empirical data, although I have read some articles online that suggest my point of view. Rather, it’s a gut feeling that there are too many items of
… finish reading Disposables
I received a postcard this afternoon that was really a bunch of coupons stuck together for me to use at my local Meijer store. What I noticed most about these discounts was that they were sealed with rubber cement.
… finish reading Dinosaur
Two months ago I relished the thought that summer was about to appear. Lazy days of sunning, gardening, reading, napping, and swimming. Oh, and physical therapy, doctors’ appointments, medical bills, and therapeutic massage.
Actually the former activities made the latter
… finish reading Flying By