Month: July 2016

OCCASIONAL SHOWERS LIKELY

It stayed gray and cloudy all day. Late in the evening, round about 10:30, I checked the forecast and it said “Occasional showers likely after midnight.” If the showers will be “occasional,” can they also be “likely”? Doesn’t occasionality negate… Read More ›

FILMS ALL GUYS SHOULD SEE

My personal top 20, by Rich Paschall This is probably the opposite of “chick flicks.”  You know what I mean, the romantic comedies starring Sandra Bullock or Reese Witherspoon, Jennifer Lopez, or Zac Efron.  You may have to see those as… Read More ›

TRUTH WON’T BEAT TRUMP

Democrats keep thinking — erroneously — that you can counter Trump with truth. By presenting accurate information. By countering his wild, unsupported claims with facts. Surely if we show up his lies and deceptions, his followers will realize he is a blowhard… Read More ›

ON THE WATERFRONT

A Photo a Week Challenge: Waterfront Walking along the water front — any waterfront — is one of our favorite vacation and travel activities. So much of traveling takes one from one great body of water to another. Here are… Read More ›

NARROW BE THE WAY

“Enter through the narrow gate. For wide is the gate and broad is the way that leads to damnation and many enter through it.” – Matthew 7:13 “The difference between salvation and damnation is small, and getting smaller.” – Richard Kadrey, The Perdition… Read More ›

BLOW YE WINDS

The wind out of Cleveland stank. It was a dark, hot wind full of pollutants. It left everything it touched covered with soot and grit. The Man-Who-Would-Be-King, or as Garry calls him “Orange Head,” was a mighty wind. Warning us… Read More ›

A BUSY WEEK

This is a crazy busy week. Dogs and doctors. Two weeks ago, Garry pulled his shoulder (the one on which he had rotator cuff surgery seven years ago) lifting Bishop into the Jeep. He needed to see the ortho doc today. I haven’t… Read More ›