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By Tom Anselm
I am sitting here today thinking about how my life span has touched eight decades. Eight! Count ‘em! The Forties, Fifties, Sixties, Seventies, Eighties, Nineties, the Aughts (?), and now the Teens. (Had a little trouble with that second-to-last one… any suggestions out there?) And how in that time, the way humans communicate has changed considerably.
By Randy Gardner
Is it just me or does the Rams starting training camp not seem to have the importance that it once did? The Rams camp started last Friday, as far as being open to the public, and I can honestly say that I haven’t heard of anyone who had intentions of going.
It’s the Dining Divas with a
Twist at Hamburger Mary’s
It was definitely a Dining Divas to remember. That’s the best way to describe it. I guess when I chose Hamburger Mary’s located on Olive St. (close to Pappy’s for those who are familiar with the popular barbecue place), I assumed everyone would know what to expect. It’s not your typical hamburger joint.
By Tom Anselm
Due to the opportunity of writing ‘real news’ these past few column entries, I have missed a few calendar milestones that always make for good topics. So today I hope to combine them, they being Father’s Day and Independence Day, into a coherent riff. Let us begin with the Founding Fathers.
I don’t even know where to start this week as the World Cup came to an end. Unfortunately, I was unable to see the World Cup game live as I had a prior commitment but was able to see it on the recorder. I didn’t really have a team that I wanted to win as both teams deserved to be there.
I think I’ll start a petition for the National Day of Mourning as the Men’s U.S. National team got their butts handed to them against Belgium. I was so pumped up for this game but from minute one the U.S. team fell into a defensive shell like a frightened turtle. The team was lucky to only have two goals scored against them.« Previous Entries Next Entries »