There are any number of words and phrases that have worn out their welcome. “Amazing!” comes immediately to mind. Conversely, there are other phrases that need to be returned to use. Most notably: Shut Up! […]
My mom turns 91 at the end of the month and had she been born much later, she would have a criminal record.
As New York talk show legend Bob Grant used to say, “It’s sick out there and getting sicker”. Granted- he was taking a rather bleak view of things- exaggerating a bit. Or not…. James Dellingpole […]
Find out how to be part of Clark Howard’s petition aimed at reducing the problem of identity theft.
In an effort to reduce carbon emissions, Kellogg’s has mandated that its’ various suppliers report, and make efforts to curb deadly carbon dioxide output.
I downloaded Sketch Factor from Apple and checked it out. Using GPS to establish my location, I started checking out the surrounding territory, and found nothing. Avon? Nothing. Hartford? Nothing. Newington? Nope.
First, let me offer a public service announcement. Going through the mail over the weekend, I came across as postcard from the DMV, not unlike the ones I receive from companies reminding me to have […]
Parody is officially dead. Parody is defined by Merriam Webster as taking a particular premise and taking it to it’s most ridiculous point. It’s supposed to be funny because it’s exaggeration to insanity.
I would imagine that Hillary Clinton’s favorite phase “it takes a village…” would be greeted with a blank stare in Morocco. In fact, I’ve searched for years and have yet to find the catchphrase’s origins.
One of the top topics over the past few weeks in TMZ/ESPN world has been the NFL’s reaction to the actions of the Baltimore Raven’s Ray Rice… This will not be the last we’ll hear about this story.