Sometime in the next few weeks a football player named Ray Lewis will play his final game and retire.
Maybe the Mayans were right.
I had absolutely nothing on my Christmas list this year.
In what seems to be a weekly occurrence these days, another mass shooting has happened. It involved yet another mentally ill person with access to guns. But what made this tragedy so horrendous is that it took place at an elementary school and the assailant wasn’t a fellow student.
These days, there aren’t many material things I want. I own too many electronic gadgets already, and I’m satisfied with my Korean-made automobile.
Last week, two scientists announced that they have nearly sequenced the DNA of Bigfoot, which means they have supposedly decoded the DNA through actual samples of the legendary creature.
Last week I wrote about the insanity of going out on Thanksgiving Night to shop with an unhealthy dose of tryptophan coursing through one’s veins.
For the first time this year, I’m smoking a turkey.
When academics put their minds together the results can be fantastic. Just think of all the innovation and technological advances that have been made in the past century alone.
By now, many of you have probably heard about the fight involving two Fort Mill Middle School football players. You’ve probably come to the conclusion that a defenseless kid was bullied, taunted and beat up by several others for his Jewish heritage.
For a person who considers himself intelligent, (and yes, I am talking about myself), I sure do ignore a whole lot of the election coverage.
Last week I was forwarded a YouTube video.
Sometime this month, I will walk off of a baseball field competitively for the final time.
One of the benefits of being an opinion columnist is the opportunity to apply labels to other people and things while not sticking them on myself.
The years of stalling to avoid renovating the old PTL Tower were supposed to come to an end in March. Instead, I wonder if those in charge have any kind of plan at all.