Monthly Archives: September 2007

Enough, already!

Okay, so about 100 spectators showed up to watch this.  You can get more people than that to watch my neighbors 1989 Ford F150 rust away.  It was hardly worth a front page mention. I wonder what the average IQ … Continue reading

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The finished version.

The post following this one entitled ‘A party for Dannielynn’ started out as just another entry.  After I wrote a few hundred words, I decided I might as well get paid for what I was putting out there so I … Continue reading

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A party for Dannielynn and I hurt my foot.

On friday evening, I was standing at the kitchen stove working on a batch of bean soup.  (actually, where else would the stove be? I suppose that phrase originated in the days when there was a stove or some sort … Continue reading

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Some people have falling leaves. I have Susie’s feet.

If you don’t get to read either of the Morgan County papers or the Loogootee Tribune, here’s the link to last week’s column.  http://www.reporter-times.com/?module=displaystory&story_id=89877&format=html 

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Should I sue somebody??

Pepsi Cola has announced that it is bringing out another version of Gatorade. It is to be called G2.

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The end of a story.

Last winter, shortly after New Year’s I wrote a column which I am reprinting here.            A few weeks ago, we spent the day cleaning Fionna, the  RV that serves as our winter home. We needed to clear some space … Continue reading

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when you really stop to think about it…

I have been limiting what I eat now for several weeks and I have begun to realize how much food I used to eat.  All those buffets restaurants; Golden Corral, Ponderosa, Shoney’s, Cici’s Pizza, Mama Rose’s, all the Chinese places, even the … Continue reading

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