Snobbery and Promotion
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Category Archives: Just thinking out loud
The White House released the above photo of President Obama shooting skeet at Camp David, mostly because some reporter was badgering Jay Carney about producing photo evidence of his claim that he shoots skeet. Ok. Cue up the silly. I’m … Continue reading
I heard the blizzard warnings last night on the television and immediately thought all the news stations were just salivating at the chance to finally scare the living crap out of us with spun-up winter weather. Shortly after sun-up this … Continue reading
Yesterday, I made a call to Verizon Wireless to cancel my MiFi card. At $59.99 per month for unlimited use, it was an expense I could live without. But I won’t be saving that money for long. In March, I … Continue reading
Mitt Romney released his final 2011 taxes today and the media are all over it like there is some precious jewel they will uncover. For me, the fact that he has been arrogantly obstinate about not releasing more than two … Continue reading
Yesterday was Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day, which resulted in photos splayed all over the Internet of slack-jawed Oakies, holding up sandwich bags of fresh, blood-splattered carcasses gleaned from the day-long rabbit clubbing frenzy in No Man’s Land. Some of the red-letter … Continue reading
There is one calculation that almost every American man over fifty* has made in his head that he will almost never admit to. The ones who have made it more than once and many times a year are the ones … Continue reading