I am of the habit of benefiting from married life: When the trash needs to be removed, whisk! When there is a nasty bug present, smush! When the toilet is clogged, plunge! Yet, I jest. I picked a modern man, whose inclination is to leave the less pressing household needs as they are.
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I like movies as much as the next guy, I think. I’m not a film buff — I don’t have strong opinions on, say, Stanley Kubrick’s choice of camera lens — but I do think it’s fun to go out, grab some popcorn and catch a flick.
Good morning kind readers. Today is July 24 and that, according to some fancy Internet research, makes it National Tequila Day.
Well, it’s hot again.
Two roads diverge in front of this yellow journalist. (That’s “yellow” like Marty McFly , not William Randolph Hurst “yellow.” ) After two long years, my satellite TV contract is expiring, and I’m trying to find the courage to pull the plug.
A good parody mentions something you can identify with or lampoons a song you love — or one that annoys you. And if you enjoy a good parody, you’ve had a good week.
The history of man is filled with stories of exploration and discovery. From Galileo Galilei looking up into the sky and finding distant planets and moons (“I’ve loved the stars too fondly to be fearful of the night.” — Galileo Galilei) to 15th century explorers stepping foot on previously unknown continents, humanity as a whole has always been curiously observing the world around us.
Texas is an amazing state. I love the wide open sky. I love wearing a cowboy hat. I love the Alamo, the Dallas Cowboys, and reruns of “Walker, Texas Ranger.”
It’s ironic that this section is called “Good Morning,” because often I do not have good mornings.
This weekend I spent some time watching a Harry Potter marathon that one station was running. Somewhere along about the third movie, I began to wonder what it would be like to be able to flick a piece of branch and get my laundry to do itself or get the soap, rag and bucket full of water to wash my car without my help while I continued to watch television.