I think a cleaning service left this business card on my front door, but looking at the email address, it might be an escort service.
I can’t remember if I ever provided an update on our neighbor with the handgun. Remember, our kids played with his kids at his house, but our kids talked about how there’s a gun in the closet. I spoke with the neighbor, a very friendly fellow. He owns two gas stations and carries the gun the work. He was very open and ever appreciative of me asking him about it, but he assured me that when he’s home it’s under lock and key, and it always leaves with him when he walks out the door.
I saw some German dark wheat bread at the grocery store and decided to roll the dice since I never heard of it. Not bad, very dense and a slight hint of rye. Here’s a bit more about it:
It is neither white nor starchy, a common characteristic associated with the better known European bread varieties of countries like Italy and France. Rather, it is coarse and unrefined, composed mainly of whole grains, such as rye, spelt, millet, and wheat – usually in pure form giving it a density that far outweighs any fluffy focaccia, oily ciabatta, or slender French baguette.
I have no issue with Kid Rock and Ted Nugent visiting the Oval Office, but it just didn’t set well with me they didn’t remove their hats. Maybe it’s because Nugent is a Texan and I feel Texas men should know better, and I thought as patriotic as Kid Rock is, he would have done it out of reverence.
Not sure how this came up, but WifeGeeding and I were wondering how many states have at least one Dairy Queen? This was the first result in Google, and it’s a bit dated, but I thought it was interesting a bit surprising:
Currently, there are more DQs in the Lone Star State, 575, than in the next two states combined. Illinois has 270, Minnesota, 254. There are Dairy Queens in every state but Vermont. In 48 states, one Dairy Queen is pretty much like the other, but Texas is a world unto itself, DQ wise.