I like to learn new words. As someone who must come up with about 600 of them each Sunday morning, it helps to learn new words so that you good readers don't have to keep reading the same old ones every week.
I went to my first Georgia football game Between the Hedges when I was 5 years old. It was the Georgia-Tulane game in 1969, which stunningly means I’ve been going to Georgia football games for 50 years.
Back in the post-Depression days, America seemed to have larger-than-life criminals — John Dillinger, Baby Face Nelson, Al Capone — who, through portrayals of them on TV and in movies, have become almost legendary figures.
Someone told me recently that Clark Kent is leaving his job as a reporter for The Daily Planet. I don’t really keep up with the comic book storylines, but this surprised me. After all, he's been a journalist at Metropolis' daily paper for decades.