Snobbery and Promotion
It is a violation of Federal Law to use anything in this blog in a manner inconsistent with its labeling. Ok, I don't really care what you do with anything here as long as you don't copy it and represent it as your own work, though I'm not sure why anyone would really want to do that. Nothing in this blog should be construed as tax or financial advice. In fact, none of this is advice at all, just a bunch of random words strung together for entertainment purposes only.
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We're a pack of dogs, for Pete's sake.
Tag Archives: englewood
This is us tailgating outside JD Custard, getting drunk on single scoop vanilla custard. Don’t worry; Rufus drove us home. And he didn’t eat the custard. Tweet
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
On July 17, JD Custard is celebrating Dog Days of Summer. Show up, have some great custard and each dog receives a free Dogwich. Hours are 12:00 noon until 10:00 pm in Englewood. Take a picture of your dog eating … Continue reading
I was passing through the playground at a nearby school in Englewood, Ohio. Sallie had climbed up the stairs that ended in a tube slide and I thought it might be cool if I encouraged her to slide down. So, … Continue reading
Last year, an acquaintance who has a part-time firefighter job, supplemented by a full-time ambulance driver job with no health benefits had to go to the emergency room with asthma complications. The hospital ended up having to admit him for … Continue reading
I read a rather dry account of the last Union, Ohio city council meeting in the Dayton Daily News this morning. Nobody goes to these things and fewer people read the articles recapping them. But maybe we should start paying … Continue reading