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Gary Church: Rest well, Millie — you were one cool chick
It's not real uncommon for a stray cat or dog to show up in your yard. It is uncommon for a stray chicken to decide to make your yard her home.
Gary Church: Oh, I’ve got call waiting, but it’s not what you think
As an old dude, I have tried with all my heart to keep up with all of the new technology. This venture will now be a thing of the past. I am finally giving up and taking my place with the people of the stone age.
Gary Church: Boy, I’d like to give my two cents to the lady in charge of the change tray
I'm cheap, but not real cheap. I was paying for something that came to $2.32. Sitting on the counter was one of those loose change trays, where you can drop some change in or take some out.
Gary Church: Hey, do they serve fries with that burrito?
I come from a long line of fussy eaters. My mother may have been the queen. When she made biscuits, she would spoon the center out, and eat only the outside of the biscuit.
Gary Church: Mexican food, amazing bass and a private chat with Jen — can it get any better?
Did you ever have one of those weekends that you hated to see end? It all started Friday, when after 10 years of driving the same old car, I got a new one. I got a RAV4.
Gary Church: I can’t roll with old certificate — but maybe I can still rock the mic
Did you ever have something in your closet, and you have no idea why? At the bottom of my casual shirt closet is a framed New Castle Service Star Legion Incorporation certificate.
Gary Church: I stuck my neck out to surprise my wife — but she didn’t get the whole scarf thing
There are no words to describe how much I hate to shop for my wife. When Valentine’s Day, our anniversary, her birthday, and Christmas come along, she enjoys getting nice prizes from yours truly.
Gary Church: Geez, I should get a reward just for FINDING my card!
As far as I can see, there is no end in sight. No, I'm not talking about the lousy weather. It's all those rewards cards I now have to carry in my wallet.
Gary Church: Dry ice, Ralph Kiner and ‘Popcorn Pete’
I've lost track of most of the kids I grew up with on the West Side. One of them was Pete Kearns. Pete lived on Boroline Street, right across the road from the ballfield we all played on.
Gary Church: Baby you can drive my car — but first I need to get one
I received the dreaded phone call that no one wants to get. Dean said, "There is nothing more we can do. Your car is not worth fixing." I lowered my head.
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