40 Days: Logan Paul’s Countdown to Fight Night

Railway Nonsense

Some times strange things happen in life. They may be pleasant or unpleasant. Sometimes unpleasant events become memorable in life especially during early age of teens. This is an imaginary episode I thought of which could happen with anyone at any place. It is rather humorous more than being unpleasant.

Dating and Sex in Your 50’s and 60’s

I’m in my late 50’s t early 60’s and I enjoy sex. Well, let me put it this way, it’s been awhile but if I ever do it again I’m sure I’ll enjoy it.

Time For Men’s Lib?

While waiting for my morning train to work, I was struck by the difference between the male and female commuters waiting at the station. In their practical clothes and open shoes, the women looked very comfortable and relaxed. On the other hand, the men had a somewhat confined and restrained look about them.

Tennessean’s Love Their BBQ

In the short time I’ve resided in Tennessee I’ve noticed one thing; Tennesseans love their food! I’m certainly not using this as a putdown but in the area where I’m living they have a variety of food establishments I’ve not seen anywhere else. There’s Doris’s Diner in Celina that has a catfish fry, all you can eat, every Friday night.

Signs You Are About to Be Laid Off

In this troubled economic times it is time someone stepped forward and offered real world advice about being laid off or fired. How do you know when its coming? What can you do? Did I forget to mention that this is a humor column?

Retiring in Tennessee and Varmints

As some of you may know I have retired and moved to Tennessee from Florida. It’s definitely been a lifestyle change, mostly for the better, and I thought I’d share my impressions of Tennessee, the lifestyle here, and the day to day goings on that make my life what it currently is. First thing is being retired is interesting.

Get to Know Carol Burnett – One of the Most Successful Female Comedians

On April 26, 1933, one of the most successful female comedians in the history of American TV show was born – Carol Burnett. Burnett is a native of San Antonio, Texas. She lived a challenging life as a daughter of alcoholic parents, who left her to her grandmother.

Laughter in Tense Silence

There are stages in human life. In the bygone days, especially during youth, life seems to be full of pleasures without much responsibility. During those days the mind could think about creating some laughable stock. It helps in later life to revive cheerful spirits and maintain humor in life. In today’s speedy and busy life there is little time to get relief from harsh times of recession. So there must be some moments to smile and even laugh during the times of sufferings and hardships.

A Cornhole Party!

I moved to Tennessee just over 2 months ago and as most of you know I was impressed with the natural beauty of the area, by the friendliness of the people here, and the general attitude of civility and in what I describe as a general shyness. Yes, I know that some of you are probably choking on your coffee right now. When I say shyness I don’t mean the “Aw gosh” kind of shyness I mean a kind of pervasive shyness to talk about certain things.

Charlie Brown Christmas Tree at the Johnson’s

Christmas in July is a marketers’ dream come true. Get the public to think about cold weather; the idea is to arouse the Christmas spirit despite scalding temperatures.

Puff the Magic Mugsy

My mother, Evelyn Gialuco, hired Whitey, a painter and his dog Mugsy, to paint our home because she wanted to sell it and move back to Camden with her sister Sistina. Whitey owned a large Winnebago and would often park and sleep in our driveway at night.

Waffles – They’re Not Just For Breakfast Anymore

For years the lowly waffle has been ostracized when it comes to culinary excellence. By the year 2010 the waffle came into its own.

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