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Touring on a recent snowy day, which at times made me feel like I was in God’s snowdome and He was shaking it, I tried to enjoy seeing it snow around the memorials. Normally, snow means I’m at home, but … Continue reading
Well, I haven’t delivered papers in awhile, though readers often tell me about their delivery problems like I still do, but that American Pie song ran through my mind while shoveling snow this morning. The upside is I was by … Continue reading
Ok, we blew it. Six inches of snow and suddenly Washington wasn’t just gridlocked, it was a Siberian prison. Cars were simply abandoned on major roadways. Like a tidal wave was coming and we couldn’t wait any longer. Everyone has … Continue reading
Washington is a southern city despite recent declarations we don’t sound southern anymore. Federal City has always been a transient town since opening more than 200 years ago, but head to the southern suburbs and you’ll still hear “y’all” while … Continue reading