My mom died almost 40 years ago at about the age of 65. At the time, I was a busy guy, starting a family, making career changes. I really did not have time to grieve for the person who, by … finish reading Thanks For The Guidance, Mom.
What am I going to do, with nothing to scream about? Who am I, without a cause? What are you doing, Mister President? Are you trying to win me over? It’s working. This week, I’m going to track down The … finish reading Thank You, Mister President.
The Bulls can’t win. Watching them try has been painful. Not just for the injuries. But for the awareness you can’t ask someone to suddenly take on a role they’re not made to fill. Listen, I run a restaurant with … finish reading Imagine Joe Biden Proudly Singing, “You Better Work!”
This week in America, we have 2-dead teenagers. Trayvon Martin was shot for being black in a country where white people are having trouble “evolving,” when it comes to how they feel about Skittles. Kenneth Weishuhn killed himself for being … finish reading This Week In America
One of my oldest friends is Hank Ronnell. I bumped into him the other day, playing basketball. Hank approached me between games. We got to talking. He asked me to send him an email, letting him know when I publish … finish reading Cowboys and Killers and Whores, Oh My!
When it comes to Trayvon Martin, I don’t trust MSNBC because they’re liberal any more than I trust Al Sharpton because he’s black. I’m tired of being guided to an opinion. Zimmerman is in custody, which is exactly where he … finish reading Disagree While Being Disagreeable
Santorum has “suspended” his campaign. What the what? “Suspend?” Seriously? Call it what it is: Over. Before it began, it was over. Please, oh God of Google, please return the frothy fecal definition to the top of the Google Search … finish reading Please. And Thank You.
In 1999, I was working at Citrus Bar & Grill while living with my brother Greg in a one-bedroom apartment on Saint Marks Place in New York City. On my day-off, to make a little extra money, so I could … finish reading Healthy Eating, A Life’s Mission