It’s Friday and Friday is for not being depressed about the news.
Archives for July 2011
Roy McBride passed away last night.
The world’s largest general aviation show is a bad time to ruin your F-16.
One of the reasons politicians might not be offering solutions to the debt crisis is that they don’t have any.
Jerome Liebling’s Minnesota, a good paddling, who pays no taxes, people who do good (cont’d), and cellphones, cancer, and kids.
It helps if one side is crazy, one expert says.
Minneapolis-Saint Paul passengers pay about $57 a ticket more than the average airline passenger.
It’s International Sinkhole Day, apparently. A happy one to you and yours.
There are two big items on my wish list for Minnesota: (a) A Dunkin’ Doughnuts shop and (b) a good tomato fight.
How hot and unpleasant does it have to get for you to consider swimming in this muck?
The end of free TV, the Vikes’ new man, the Tea Party illusion, when summer stinks, and how the economy really works.
A controversial pastor is suing two media organizations.
It’s a heck of a country where there are people willing to spend money betting against the people who are betting against an idea.
It was two years ago next month that Abdel Baset al-Megrahi was released from prison because he was about to die.
Life imitates art in the hippo community.