Posts Tagged: lulus

Humor Writer Interviews The Humor Project
Eighty-year old Patrick McManus Still Hunts for Laughs
September 9, 2013
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“My career doesn’t seem to be that it was one.  But it’s been fun.”  Patrick McManus, Outdoor writer, columnist and New York Times best-selling author We met at a Spokane restaurant two weeks before his 80th birthday.  I arrived the night before, after a 15-hour, 800-mile drive.  I imagined meeting a burly man with bowling pin size forearms, […]
Humor Writer Interviews The Humor Project
The Humor Project – Etc. Guy Searches for Humor Writers
August 30, 2013
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Where have all the humor writers gone? This question, posted on Patrick McManus’ website, racks my brain.  McManus is a former columnist for Field and Stream Magazine and a New York Times bestselling author.  He spins tales about fishing, hunting and camping.  I camp but am a terrible angler and only eat wild game that […]

Everywhere is within walking distance if you have the time.

Stephen Wright
Words of wisdom
Parents and Kids Travel
Road tripping beats mall shopping
June 30, 2013
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Category:                            Road-trip Anxiety Level:                   Prepacking Stress – High                                           Clearing Off My Desk – Extreme Level of Difficulty:            Easy (once I’m driving) Results of Blowing It:      Family counseling I love a good road-trip, especially desert driving.  We’ll cross Nevada, a scant 320 miles, en route to Colorado.  An SUV full of estrogen will keep me […]
Parents and Kids
Father’s Day Advice
June 14, 2013
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Category:                            Father’s Day Anxiety Level:                   Low Level of Difficulty:            Easy (piece of cake) Results of Blowing It:      We’re cool Father’s Day is June 16.  I decided not to create a trite, over-worked, list of things you can get or do.  Dads are easy to figure out.
Guy raves about his Husqvarna lawnmower
May 24, 2013
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Three of anything can be a good thing.  I own three pairs of slacks, three sets of skis, and three hockey jerseys.  The slacks decorate my closet and hang next to three dress shirts behind three ties.  My wife, Hun, insists I keep them in case we’re invited to a wedding.  Over the past 15 […]

Women are supposed to be better than men. Women are the backbone of civilization: They keep families together, nurture relationships, uphold basic standards of morality, and go to the bathroom without making noise.

From Dave Barry in “The History of the Millenium (So Far)”
Words of wisdom – Dave Barry