Tuesday August 14th, 2018 7:47PM
How to ruin a perfectly good summer
Nothing in my youth could ruin a perfect summer day like the words “back to school”. It wasn’t just because late nights with television, comic books, and backyard campouts followed by long lazy mornings of sleeping in, with sunny afternoons spent on the lake sandwiched in between the two, were coming to an end. It was the fact that the words “back to school” were always followed by “shopping”.
3:15PM ( 5 days ago )
It really is a Scarry world after all
When it comes to world travel, Richard Scarry got it right.
6:00AM ( 2 weeks ago )
Making an impression at 35-thousand feet
Discovering the true bright spots of travel the guide books don't mention.
9:15AM ( 3 weeks ago )
Parental Commencement
Now that your graduates have put away their caps and gowns, it's time for your parental commencement.
9:15AM ( 1 month ago )
Words with Webster
Can you really misspell a word that isn't a real word?
1:00PM ( 2 months ago )
Sniffing out something new from the USPS
Your mailbox is about to get an odor upgrade.
11:57AM ( 2 months ago )
A test for A.I. and the patron saint of PB&J
For centuries philosophers have argued what it means to be alive. Is it just having a conscious or is there something more than merely being aware of one’s surroundings?
3:11PM ( 2 months ago )
Grocery Checkout Lotto
Choose your line carefully and make sure someone knows where you are.
3:30PM ( 3 months ago )