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The alarm is buzzing, alright, wake up. What’s on the docket for today: Take a shower, get dressed, try to eat while getting the kids ready, let the dog out, let the dog in. Don’t be late for work, don’t be late for work. Lil’ Kevin just tossed his cookies, I’m going to be late for work. more
Picture this: I’m sitting at home, feet up, lazing about in my undies, television blasting a rerun of “The Punisher” deep into my eye holes while I use my belly as a table for everyone’s favorite tube-housed chips. more
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John F. Kennedy once said, “Children are the living messages we send to a time we will not see.” As we struggle in today’s society with a lack of engagement, it can be argued the best way to … more
The recent bouts of winter storms have given us plenty of snow and ice, but they have also given us plenty of reasons to be thankful to those who protect us and keep us safe. As snow piled up and … more
While sitting on the couch playing a “Toy Story” themed video game in my fluffy gray footie pajamies, eating a peanut butter chocolate chip cookie the size of my head, I came to a startling realization: my life is freakin’ sweet! more
“This is kind of dangerous to talk about because it’s tough. It’s really tough. It’s hard for me too, because I’m somewhat of an emotional character. I like to see things stay the same. But we can’t do it. We can’t do it and effectively use the public’s tax dollars. So what do we do?” more
Rite now tha english speeking wurld is undergoing thee most trying kahnfruntashun in historee: Tha wor on wurdz. more
With the mountains of turkey and gravy having been consumed last week, Thanksgiving is now over and we have officially entered the holiday season. That means time to reflect on those you love and prepare to see them on Christmas Day. more
As the son of a wordsmith and a slinger of the written word myself, I am a fan of idioms and expressions that deliver my point in a more colorful manner. So when the infamous activist group People … more
The national recognition of the American worker was not a quick journey, but left us with a holiday few understand the significance of. Beginning in the late 1800s, municipal ordinances laid the … more
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