Archive for July, 2002

Landmark Forclosure

Friday, July 26th, 2002

One of our nation’s greatest treasures is being forced to close it doors, and no one seems to be able to do anything to stop it. That’s right, San Francisco’s Musee Mechanique will close its doors in September. If you are like I was, you have never heard of this rare “diamond in the rough”, […]

Everything Comes Full Circle

Tuesday, July 23rd, 2002

Since returning from vacation, I have set myself on course to get my Driver’s License. I write about it here because it is an extremely circular and frustrating system to be involved in, and I am sure you can all relate. The states may be different, but the arbitrary nature of the process is the […]

Just Wondering…

Tuesday, July 16th, 2002

Does anyone else find it odd Miss Piggy orders three of Dennys’ Grand Slam Breakfast Specials with bacon? I mean, would she really eat bacon? She is a pig after all, isn’t that sacreligious or something? I know both Dennys and the Muppets are celebrating their 25th Anniversaries, but choose your spokesperson…er spokespig wisely. To […]

Rattle, Rattle, Tug, Tug

Monday, July 15th, 2002

What is the deal with people in public restrooms? Having just returned from vacation, I feel I have to say something. In case you didn’t know this, if the restroom door is locked, that means it is occupied! I am in the airport taking care of business and someone tugs on the door, discovers it […]

Senseless Execution

Tuesday, July 2nd, 2002

I continue to be shocked by the stupidity of others. I know I don’t have any children of my own, but I do have common sense, and I have been inside a hot car before. I am disgusted by the fact 2 more children were tortured to death inside their mother’s Dodge Neon so she […]

Hail To The Chief

Monday, July 1st, 2002

The President of the United States of America paid a visit to C-town today and gave a speech here at my work; it was a traffic nightmare, and the talk of the town. Like him or hate him, it was an honor to have him here. The best part of the day was the lively […]