OPINION: Wingsuiting pales in comparison to drinking chess
In trying to find a suitable hobby, I noticed where “wingsuiting” has now really taken off, both literally and figuratively, as an extreme hobby.
OPINION: Who knew free gifts came with a name?
I recently read where famous movie actor Matthew McConaughey’s older brother received a free year’s supply of Miller Lite beer. He received this gift because he named his son Miller Lyte. His son is now 9 years old and the name just came to the attention of Miller, resulting in the gift.
OPINION: The football season is looking gloomy for alma mater Auburn
I promise I didn’t mean it when Auburn won the Football National Championship, after waiting 53 years, and I said, “I don’t care if we go 3 and 9 every year the rest of my life. I have my National Title.” I was kidding, God.
OPINION: Magazine sales a threat to the educational system
Schools pushing magazine sales are pushing me over the edge.
OPINION: In America, each day is now special
A day that’s not special would be a special day these days.
OPINION: Nothing bad happens that can’t be explained away by climate change
If my planned movie about a south Georgian family coping with a family member’s pursuit of a sex-change operation fails, it won’t be because of a bad script, lousy acting, botched directing or poor cinematography.
OPINION: Three beers and a shot every day? I'll drink to that
Agnes Scott, 110, attributes her long life to three beers and a shot of whisky every day. Finally, a longevity plan I can buy into.
OPINION: America is wimping out on personal responsibility
It is difficult to even breathe now without some warning, or safety device, being thrust upon us.
OPINION: Pot-bellied pig struggles with dog days and ramps
Some Pig lived his first year in my backyard with access to the sun porch when too hot or too cold. But, alas, the good times came to an end, precipitated mainly by the fact he weighs about 250 pounds. Whoever first coined the phrase “greedy as a pig” sure knew what he was talking about.
OPINION: Pluto was reclassified as a dwarf planet a few years ago
After the closer inspection of Pluto by a U.S. spacecraft Wednesday, perhaps scientists will vote to reclassify it as a planet.
Just look at the Food Network or 10,000 other food shows on television these days. They show how to cook everything from a snake to a grasshopper.
OPINION: Walmart nixes cakes with Confederate battle flags
Businesses and people seem to have diffrerent sets of rules as to what is offensive, depending on what the popular notion is at the time.
OPINION: Low birthrate has population in deep downward spiral
Averaging 1.187 babies per woman, South Korea could become a population of the past in seven or eight centuries.
OPINION: I think I am, therefore I am
Forget switching genders, now you can switch race and ethnicity with just a thought.
OPINION: Jim the Toad had been with us for almost two years
For some time, I impressed upon the Hurricane the need to set Jim free. You know, let him live in the wild the way God intended for a toad to live. Not to mention I was darn tired of going to the feed store every three days so that Jim the toad could make the Guinness Book of World’s Records as the fattest reptile ever.