Now this is how you do it.
|By: xanthe Tuesday January 21, 2014 7:15 pm|
Five a.m. on a cold, dark, snowy morning — a lazy, teat-sucking SS recipient looks out her window to see another lazy American trudging down the middle of the street with a heavy backpack, walking to work. The walks aren’t shoveled, so many early birds walk in the street. I know this woman: In her fifties, probably a nurse, walking to the hospital nearby. She lives a few blocks down, so she has already walked some. We exchange greetings in other seasons when the entitlement-seeking old person is working her garden before she eases into her summertime, bonbon eating day. The lazy SS recipient is up all hours of the night, worrying about bills and the state of her homeland. Nothing much she can do about her homeland — and come to think of it, not much she’ll be able to do about her bills this month.
|By: Elliott Saturday December 14, 2013 4:00 am|
Share your snow stories — and the hot cocoa, want a candy cane for stirring?
|By: Peterr Saturday February 9, 2013 3:18 pm|
While the Northeast is being buried under a blizzard, the Great Plains has its own storms to deal with. Dust storms, that is. Because of the ongoing drought in the Great Plains, crops are being ruined and dust storms are blowing. Down the road, this means higher food prices for all of us, because we’re in this together.
But there are folks beginning to take steps in the right direction. Anyone want to follow where they are leading?
|By: Phoenix Woman Saturday October 6, 2012 6:45 am|
It’s been one of those weeks again where I just don’t know which story to discuss, so I wind up trying to discuss them all.
|By: Peterr Saturday February 6, 2010 9:00 am|
Last December, Chuck Todd labeled a big blizzard “not news,” much to the disgust of many folks buried underneath it. Today, he may be rethinking that opinion, as feet of “not news” are piling up around him.