January 15, 2019
Opinion
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Rite now tha english speeking wurld is undergoing thee most trying kahnfruntashun in historee: Tha wor on wurdz. more
With the mountains of turkey and gravy having been consumed last week, Thanksgiving is now over and we have officially entered the holiday season. That means time to reflect on those you love and prepare to see them on Christmas Day. more
As the son of a wordsmith and a slinger of the written word myself, I am a fan of idioms and expressions that deliver my point in a more colorful manner. So when the infamous activist group People … more
As winter tightens its chilly grip around Northern Michigan, so too do residents find their wallets tightening as heating, holiday and vehicle maintenance costs increase. more
There comes a point in every young man’s life when something so earth-shatteringly drastic occurs that all he knows of the world seems to be ripped away, leaving an empty, musky shell behind. more
The national recognition of the American worker was not a quick journey, but left us with a holiday few understand the significance of. Beginning in the late 1800s, municipal ordinances laid the … more
I love my job as a proofreader. While in reality grammar is just a portion of a proofreader’s job, it is nevertheless one of the most satisfying. ... more
I can’t keep fooling myself any longer. I must conclude that gardening is a form of useless self-torture. Eric Young is right. What am I growing anyway, tomatoes? ... more
For those of you who know me, you know I have a heart in the shape of Michigan. more
“Where have you been all my life?” I asked that question quite recently, as I sat in lovestruck wonder, watching ... paint peel off — through goggles, per instructions. ... more
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