Small Town Politics

I come from a long line of local politicians. Great Uncle Moe was the Treasurer of LaValliere County for a couple of decades, from which he managed to keep a wife and two mistresses in comfort. His big brother, Great Uncle Louie, was mayor of the county seat of Ojibwa...

Homecoming Floats

While Kay-Kay and I were in California last week visiting the grandkids, I drove by my four-year-old grandson Goober’s putative future high school. The football team was out on the field for a partial-pads scrimmage. And there is no sure sign of the school year...

Circa 1935

[You can read more stories from Skeeterville HERE.] I just spent a week back in my old hometown of Skeeterville. Maybe it’s just me, but either everybody there has gotten much cooler or I’m much less of a jerk than I was in high school. I’m open to either possibility....

Why I Love Shakespeare

I’ve used a favorite Shakespeare quote in business correspondence several times over the years. It’s from the first act of Julius Caesar: There is a tide in the affairs of men, Which taken at the flood, leads on to fortune. Omitted, all the voyage of their life is...
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