Snobbery and Promotion
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Category Archives: Dayton Ohio
Now I’m not saying that these three dogs registered to vote and cast ballots, but they clearly are wearing “I voted” stickers*. They are also members of the 47% Club. They have never paid rent, are on food stamps and … Continue reading
In order to distract you from the fact that I have not written a serious bog post for the past two weeks, please enjoy this video of some dogs wrestling in the park over their lunch break. Don’t worry, the … Continue reading
Back several year ago (actually a lot of years ago) I found myself in Philadelphia for the first time ever, in a rental car, in the middle of January, very lost. I just needed to get on the freeway pointing … Continue reading
I’m a middle-aged mutt in this wasteland between the two coasts commonly known as Middle America. Most of the United States lives here, but we rarely — ok never — get asked about important things like politics and the economy. … Continue reading
We want Kroger to carry cheese curds. We think you do too. Every cheese counter has a Customer Feedback thingie. My cheeseologists at the Englewood, OH store says the manager looks at these. So, could you all request cheese curds … Continue reading
I read the #OccupyWallStreet story in the New York Times this morning and kinda just shook my head slowly. They reported this as if it were a 2011 version of Woodstock, complete with hippy-chicks and guitar-slinging beatniks. Yay. Or should … Continue reading
A few weeks ago, I drove by the Bolts Sports Café in Englewood, Ohio (not really a café… more like a local bar with sorta good ribs, wings and no loud music like the BW3 across the street) and saw … Continue reading