Walking down Lombard Street towards 7th, we heard a woman yelling. Raving mad. We turned and saw no one. A few seconds later a car rolls down the street, the driver screaming her head off. She’s turned slightly towards her passenger; he is slumped down in the seat looking dejected, not even attempting to get [...]
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I don’t care for political parties. I don’t usually wax political. In fact, I usually skim over the political articles in Rolling Stone, but this blurb from Matt Taibbi’s A Way Out for Obama (RS 1100) caught my eye.
Democrats and Republicans are basically the same on a lot of issues: They both voted for the [...]
I’m not sure when it became tradition to buy sweets for your mother on Mother’s Day (i.e. Russell Stover), but we decided to up the ante this year.
Kahlua Cocoa Coffee Cheesecake
Chocolate Tuxedo Cream Cheesecake
30th Anniverary Cheesecake
Seriously, it’s the least we could do. There’s not a day that I’m not thankful for being born and raised. [...]
There are a lot of kids in my community that are spoiled rotten these days by their parents.
As I was running out to do some errands the other day I saw no less than nine cars parked on the side of the road, whose occupants were all waiting for their kids to be dropped off [...]