May 26th 2011 12:09AM Gee, I thought he would become a circus barker.
May 23rd 2011 3:22PM I have already read scores of books on my Kindle. Especially good for me is the print adjustment - easy to get any size print you want. I now have five or so books waiting to be read, two Bibles and the Koran in my Kindle. If the book does not have a kindle version, I do not buy it.
Apr 25th 2011 1:07PM It is a no-brainer; dress like your customers!
Feb 4th 2011 5:06PM Has anyone thought of how the 99 percent space in our body is continuous with the 99 percent space in the Universe? Microwaves pass through this space - why not spiritual communication.
Jan 12th 2011 4:51PM Heck, they won't even let me read my Kindle before cruising altitude. I think that is over the top, but I comply.
Dec 21st 2010 1:07PM Brett, you will always be one of our heros. But words of advice from a really old guy: Nice chair, large screen - you'll begin to like it. On nice days you can fish, take a little walk, or play a little golf. And be nice to the wife - she is a good friend to have.
Dec 20th 2010 9:54PM It can only mean an AD/Coach feud. If I were the AD, I would swallow my pride and at least let this award-winning coach finish his contract - if he even wants to.
Nov 23rd 2010 2:16PM Please Brett: Bow, graceful curtain call, and exit right. Thanks for all the thrills over the years. See you again at the Hall of Fame.
Nov 18th 2010 12:57PM Sounds to me like she make be using her body to get attention. There certainly are many ways to dress which do not emphasize physical attributes.
Oct 21st 2010 5:54PM My son, a mechanic, says my Toyota RAV4 has mostly US parts, while Fords use foreign parts and are mostly made in Mexico. It gets great mileage too. It is already very difficult to identify "American Made" products - is is a Global economy and will become moreso.