There’s a rule at GeedingManor that all home improvement projects stop at the start of football season. Yesterday I see several paint swatches taped to our laundry room. I think WifeGeeding is trying to squeeze in one more project for me while she can.
I’m sure everyone has thought of a crime or murder they could get away with scot-free.
WifeGeeding informed me that one of her friends named her daughter Swayze. I’ve never heard that named used for either a boy or girl, but if Swayze does get a little brother, I hope he’s named Dalton, and then the father can teach him the three rules, “One, never underestimate your opponent. Expect the unexpected. Two, take it outside. Never start anything inside the bar unless it’s absolutely necessary. And three, be nice.”
On The TICKET yesterday, the Hardline crew couldn’t figure out how the Cowboys franchise value or worth increased by 36% last year. I’m surprised they couldn’t remember the AT&T naming rights deal as well as agreement with the city of Frisco to build a new practice facility and entertainment complex.
During a commercial break on The TICKET I heard a Park Place motors advertisement with SNL music in the background and a bad Don Pardo impression. Considering the man died just the day before, that was pretty tasteless.
My barbeque smoking research has introduced me to some new terminology like packer brisket, the point, the flat, and the deckle.
Ken Burns was on Letterman discussing his new series that covers both of the Roosevelts, seven tw0-hour episodes that starts on September 14. That’ll certainly be on my DVR. He stated that if both men were running for office today, neither would get passed the Iowa caucuses.