Monthly Archives: August 2013

Fair Play

Although I try to steer clear of politics with this blog, there are times that issues of such overriding importance arise it would be shirking my duty as a citizen of this great republic not to discuss them. I don’t … Continue reading

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Misty

Misty Adams is a feisty bundle of personality. She’s been working at Rise & Shine serving breakfasts for ten years. I suppose she serves lunch, too, but I’ve never been there for any meal except breakfast. I caught her on … Continue reading

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Rise and Shine

Every day, millions of people eat breakfast at chain restaurants like Denny’s and IHOP. Although Denny’s has totally worn me out, I do eat at an IHOP now and then when I meet a certain friend for breakfast. For real … Continue reading

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Dumbass Award

Today was going to be the first of my People posts, but this came up, and I just had to do it. I’ll start the People series Friday with a post about the couple who runs my favorite restaurant. Today … Continue reading

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Class Action Lawsuits–Legalized Ripoffs

Anyone ever have any dealings with a class action lawsuit? Why don’t we just pass a law allowing lawyers to reach into the bank accounts of any business they want to and take all the money they want? That seems … Continue reading

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People

Almost all of us are interested in what’s going on in the lives of our spouses and immediate family members. We usually have a pretty high degree of interest in cousins, aunts, uncles, as well as in our best friends. … Continue reading

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Medicare

You hear a lot of talk from politicians and bureaucrats about how to curtail the cost of Medicare. They’re all good at crying about it, but they rarely come up with good solid solutions to the problem. Usually, the first … Continue reading

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