Browsing All posts tagged under »winter«

Smoke, Oil and Mirrors (How To Make A News Commercial)

January 29, 2013


I love oil in all it’s forms. I totally do, I love gas in my car, I love electricity, I love the petrochemicals in my plastic bottles and cups and utensils and of course in all my household electronics from TV to coffee maker. I love, love, LOVE the oil in my asphalt roads (who […]

Winter Yard Work

February 13, 2012


Ohhh… I wish I was in the land of cotton Wintertime there has been forgotten… You know, winter in the deep south has never been much to write home about but with the exception of a few days scattered here and there, the last few years it seems like winter has been canceled. Last year […]

Groundhogs Are Bogus

February 2, 2012


  Every year on this day a very special event occurs. In the sleepy little town of Gobbler’s Knob, Pennsylvania the American tradition of using rodents to predict weather happens every February 2nd. From Wikipedia: According to folklore, if it is cloudy when a groundhog emerges from its burrow on this day then spring will […]