Snobbery and Promotion
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Tag Archives: Ohio
Dear Hon. John Kasich, Governor of Ohio; I apologize for my sight-sightedness with respect to my opposition to your state education budget cuts and SB5, which sought to limit bargaining rights for teachers. Clearly these were bills designed to give … Continue reading
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
I have never filed a late tax return. Ever. It is not uncommon for state, local and federal tax departments to send my corporation a letter, asking for some explanation or asserting that I had not filed correctly or filed … Continue reading
About two months ago, my 20-year old daughter needed to get a replacement driver’s license. I didn’t ask why because she came home, very excited and told me “I registered to vote. Now I can vote against SB-5.” A few … Continue reading
Three days ago, we walked around every day during our long lunch hour in a theme park* that was rich with landmarks and history. We gave each of the landmarks a name; some from works of literature and some that … Continue reading
I have had a long-standing relationship with the Wall Street Journal. We’ve been through my business career together, traveled the country hand-in-hand and kept each other company in many lonely airport lounges when flights were delayed or during long layovers. … Continue reading