Sunday July 5th, 2020 12:07AM
The reality of an election season
We have the damnedest way of electing presidents in this country.
2:00PM ( 4 months ago )
When rodents predict the weather
Sunday was Groundhog Day. Or as I prefer to call it Let’s-Stop-Listening-to-the-Meteorologists-Who’ve-Spent-Years-Studying-Weather-and-Climate-For-24-Hours-So-We-Can-Let-A-Rodent-Predict-the-Weather Day.
9:00AM ( 5 months ago )
Barely making the dress code cut
Coming home for New Orleans earlier this month, we stopped at Waffle House for our traditional day-after-the-game breakfast of scrambled eggs, bacon and hash browns, scattered, smothered and covered.
8:52AM ( 5 months ago )
Celebrating my silly canine companion's big day
“So, Bald Guy who lives at my house, do you know what today is?”
8:54AM ( 5 months ago )
I don't need help in the men's room
Driving back from New Orleans last week, we stopped for gas at one of those big truck stops on the interstate. A “travel plaza” they call it these days.
8:54AM ( 5 months ago )
A New Year's resolution we all should keep
I don’t usually make New Year’s resolutions because, for most of us, they seem impossible to keep. We have good intentions, of course, when we resolve to put our bad habits behind us, to lose the extra 20 pounds or quit smoking or learn a new hobby.
12:00AM ( 6 months ago )
I confess: I'm a present shaker
I'm a present shaker from way back. When I was a little boy, I would rattle any Christmas present that had my name on it. And if I might be allowed to brag a bit, I actually got quite good at it figuring out what each rattle was.
9:00AM ( 6 months ago )
The Christmas sit-down with Santa
Journalists like me are always trying to land big-time interviews, and I’m certainly no exception. This year, for instance, I was granted an exclusive interview with Santa Claus last week.
9:16AM ( 6 months ago )