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Lisa Madras: We’re living, breathing question marks searching for answers
Why are we still asking ourselves questions?It's been a long time now that I've been writing this blog.There are times when I wonder when it will run its course — when my readers will lose interest in questions, when I will simply run out of questions to ask.
Josh Drespling: What if you could travel back in time?
Have you ever encountered a point in your life where you dreamed about having the ability to travel in time? Whether it be in a clunky machine filled with levers, whistles, and buttons or something sleek, the concept is remains the same.
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.
Tim Kolodziej: I know it’s Thursday, but ...
It’s Thursday. At least that’s what my calendar says. Yet for most of us — if we’re really transparent — it’s “When’s-day.” Just like every other day of the week.
The Couch Potato: After hockey, it’s all downhill for these Olympics
For as long as the old Couch Potato can remember, there have been few television events as riveting and engaging as the Olympic Games.
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.
Lisa Madras: No, I didn’t die and, yes, I still have no life
Hello? Is there anybody out there? (Has my life really become just one preposition off a Pink Floyd song?)
Josh Drespling: Winter offers some cool, compelling reasons to stick around
Don’t hate me because I'm beautiful. Though I am powerful and unpredictable, I have unjustly received a bad reputation over the course of time.
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.
Tim Kolodziej: ‘The Noticer Returns’ — and he’s talking to me
I’m a parent. And I mess up. A lot. Just ask my kids. (On second thought, please don’t ask my kids. I’ve got a reputation to uphold.)
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