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It’s been great rewatching the HBO John Adams series with the family, especially after watching the musical Hamilton and listening to the soundtrack all the time. I’m surprised how much Hamilton is referenced in the television series and didn’t pick up on … Continue reading
I was late with yesterday’s post, I’m sorry. There was no way I was going to watch the Democrat presidential candidate debate last night. However, I laughed at the channel guide’s description – “Season 1 Episode 1”. I don’t think … Continue reading
If you’re a Dallas Mavericks or Don Nelson fan, his interview with Bryant Gumble on HBO Sports is a must watch. I knew he’s transformed quite a bit physically, but of all things, I was mesmerized by the sharp V … Continue reading
WifeGeeding’s East Texas twang always cracks me up. When we first met, she told me she was from the East Texas town of “Lindell”. One day I wrote her an email and mentioned the town and she corrected me by … Continue reading
We ate at Babe’s Chicken Dinner House for lunch yesterday and a young adult woman brought what I assumed to be her emotional support or companion dog which literally sat at the table. A manager stopped by and the dog … Continue reading
In yesterday’s LiberallyLean post, the author was intrigued by Senator Marco Rubio’s version of the Lord’s Prayer he referenced in a tweet. That reminded me of my mother’s funeral in which I gave the eulogy. I thought I’d end it … Continue reading
I ran across this insightful question the other day and love it. I asked it to a friend. What I appreciated was that he chose not to answer immediately, he wanted to think about for a day or two. Sometimes … Continue reading
This guy must have watched the latest season of ‘Better Call Saul’ and an admirer of Gus Fring – A millionaire was sentenced to 9 years in prison after a man died trying to build secret tunnels under his … Continue reading
Except for five years of my life, I’ve lived in or near the DFW area yet never have visited the Fort Worth Stockyards. So, since we were meeting some friends for a mid-afternoon lunch at Heim BBQ, I decided it … Continue reading
Of all the songs in the musical Hamilton, “It’s Quite Uptown” sticks with me the most. The song describes Alexander Hamilton and his wife Eliza’s grief as they try to accept their son Philip’s death. They describe this process of … Continue reading
It would have been nice if my air conditioner coils would have gone kaput before I decided to buy Hamilton tickets and stay the night in Austin. I have two units and have replaced two in about fifteen years, so not … Continue reading
I’m sure many of you have seen this but it’s new to me. The Irish sure know how to have fun into the wee hours of the morning.