A humorous view of politics, religion, human behavior, and insights toward everyday happenings by a single guy living in downtown Chicago.
Yesterday’s episode of Anderson Cooper’s talk show featured people with strange eating habits, including Cooper himself. For example, he eats very few food items and when he finds a meal he likes, he’ll eat that same meal, day after day, month after month. Right now, it’s roast turkey and two sides of corn from Boston Market.
Back in the mid-eighties, I was an organist and music director at a non-denominational church in Austin, Texas. Being somewhat progressive, the clergy at this church were really into “inclusive language.” It was the new thing. Gone were the verbal shackles of a male-dominated spirituality.
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I’m still laughing over this newspaper report from my little bitty home town in Texas (pop. 1,900)
As a society, I think we’ve become rather schizophrenic regarding the size of things. We can’t make up our minds whether bigger or smaller is better. Both seem to be de rigueur.
I took this photo of this clever fellow on State Street tonight and gladly gave him five dollars. I will ALWAYS support witty humor whenever it appears.
Labels: Lindsay Lohan
These vehicles are props for the Superman/Smallville movie that’s currently being filmed here in downtown Chicago. While not in use, they’re squirreled away in this lower-level back alley.