What’s that racket?

I was reminded of something last week, when, aided no doubt by all the rain, the electricity being provided to some of us decided to bug out for a while. I was reminded of how quiet it gets when everything in the house stops.

So much for science

Scientific study has not always been popular, or safe. Look at Galileo, Copernicus, Frankenstein…..

Another dreary day

I was all set to complain about how dreary and cold the weather was, but that got upset when I did a little fact checking on myself. In all honesty, I liked it better when I could say anything and other people had to check on me. These days, it’s too doggone easy for me to check on myself. Kinda takes the fun out of things. It’s almost as bad as being a politician. Shucks. Anyhow, with the help of my (usually) trusty computer, I simply looked back at last year. What I found was that at this exact time in 2015 (Feb. 15 and 16 to be exact), I … Continued

And now the primaries

(NOTE FROM ME: Nothing in this column is to be construed as an endorsement by this newspaper. This is my opinion and mine only – DN.)
Well now. Politics has gotten extremely interesting recently. At least so it seems to me, as I watch TV, read the news and sit in front of my computer.

Can we trust you, Phil?

I’m not sure how a rodent with an impossible-to-spell name got handed all this power as a weather prognosticator. But he’s certainly gotten a lot of publicity over the years because of it. Deserved? I’m not too sure.

Parting would be sweet

I’ve noticed something lately. Seems that more celebrities than ever are threatening to leave the country if this or that happens in the political arena.

Letters to the Editor

Dear Editor,
Bad things happen to good people, like the other employees working there. I eat at that particular restaurant at least three times a week at different times.