I’m currently reading Christopher Moore’s 2006 novel, A Dirty Job, and am nearing what I expect to be a slam-bang, fun-filled, rollicking climax. I picked it up because I thought Lamb, the story of […]
By Patrick Vecchio The NBC Nightly News’ final segment Thursday was about how that day was the 50th anniversary of the Rolling Stones’ first gig. The segment featured the obligatory file footage […]
Patrick Dineen, one of the guiding lights over at Front Porch Republic, had an interesting post a while back. I’ve been giving it some thought, because it’s been nagging at me for […]
Everybody else’s job seems easy. The guy at the gym is certain he has a simple herbal remedy that will cure almost anything. Doctors think it would be a few minutes’ work […]
There’s a delay between the events on the ground that a drone is target and what a drone operator sees on the screen.
When I think of useful literary devices, Pat Nixon is not the first thing that comes to mind. To be honest, I don’t have one single thing that comes to mind when […]
By Patrick Vecchio My wife and I were sipping summer drinks on our back porch the other night—whiskey sours, or pink lemonade and gin. I was watching the stars fight with the […]