For who, really, is the sucker? The sucker, or the sucker who buys the suckers?
I was squatting a food court table at Detroit’s Metro Airport on Wednesday night, keeping careful watch on a coloring book, crayons, a couple of water bottles, some stuffed animals, crumbling snacks […]
“Isn’t that strange? That I moved to Tokyo?” David Lee Roth said to Eddie Van Halen.
A couple of weeks ago, when I was supposed to be home alone with my feet on the wall, I sneaked out of the house, met up with some pals and enjoyed […]
The latest newsletter goes to the mall. To see a movie. A big, fiery movie. A big, fiery, unrelenting movie. A big, fiery, unrelenting people seem to be universally losing their minds […]
Girls weekend! My wife, my daughter and my mother-in-law are all headed to the coast. “What are you going to do with your bachelor weekend?” my wife asked. “Have you seen the […]
The studio where Bruce Springsteen made “Born to Run” is a carwash now. An “Auto Spa,” technically, and I guess there are much less sensical options. I mean, once Mary got in […]
I should probably have seen it coming. The signs, after all, were written in the mirror: wrinkles around the eyes, more and more gray in the hair. Less visible was the structural […]
Almost three full months between newsletters. Why? Well, there wasn’t a lot of news. I was head down buried in a project that will hopefully become a bigger project. Newsletter is back, […]
For Metro Parent this month, I examined glitter. To wit: Glitter was the 11th Egyptian plague, and Dante’s 10th circle. The Inuit have many words for snow, but only one for glitter, […]