So, I’m lying on the bed with the pug Joey between my legs. No, that’s not a figure of speech. I’m referring to an actual dog. Anyway, the cat comes up, thinks about jumping across my legs to the other side, then decides to just step on me, then step on Joey, to the other side of the bed. #CatsDisrespectingPugs Continue reading Cats Disrespecting Pugs
With wife feeding the homeless at Room In The Inn (36.15216, -86.77859) Continue reading Feeding the homeless
I tried to come up with the best word to fill in the blank in the following sentence: He was the most _____ man I have ever known. He was certainly the finest, hands-down, bar none. Most fair-minded, too. With seven kids ready to cry "It’s not fair!" at any moment, he had to be good about that.
He always made it clear that none of hi Continue reading A few words about my Dad
OK, people, the word is “led” (when pronounced “led”) not “lead” unless you’re referring to the metal. I’m not surprised to see this in social media where it’s acceptable (cool, even) to be completely illiterate, but I keep seeing it in news articles written by supposed journalists.
Strange badge swipe policy at work: required first thing in the AM, after that ANYONE can just walk right in. #monitoring_v_security Continue reading Strange badge swipe policy
"Once Toys R Us was taken over, however, the debt [that] Vornado Realty, KKR and Bain used to acquire it was pushed back onto the company, skyrocketing its debt obligations to $7.6 billion."