there’s a unique emotion I experience almost every day, but struggle mightily to describe.
Five cities in six days. A different airline every morning, a different hotel every night.
A quick thanks to all the 2,300 good people who joined me last night at The Paramount Theater in Seattle.
and was devastated to see that no one showed up but me.
“You put on a ball cap or a hardhat and you’re the voice of labor in America? Have you ever been in a union?
Think of TV personality Mike Rowe, and a certain image inevitably comes to mind: a trim middle-aged man wearing a baseball cap, blue jeans, and a big grin
Here’s a nice article about yours truly that just popped up in the Seattle Times.
Her name is Ida, and she’s a handful. Normally, I’m partial to girls my own size, and historically, I’ve found myself attracted only to females I can outrun. But I do believe I’ll make an exception with this tall and most beguiling drink of water. True, Ida’s familiar in a way I’d normally find off-putting. On our first date, she didn’t hesitate to take my spot on the sofa. Then she just stared at me till my stomach felt funny. So I opened a bottle of bubbly, and poured her a generous snort. Now, we’re just staring at each other Read More
A few weeks ago, former “Dirty Jobs” host Mike Rowe posted the plan for his appearance at the Paramount Theatre on Feb. 20.
“Mike , why don’t you do some Paul Harvey style stories ? You’re the only one that could fill Paul’s shoes.”
I’m touched you noticed my absence, and happy to report the rumors of my abdication have been greatly exaggerated.
One of the more annoying stereotypes that plague hardworking people,
I’m writing to congratulate you on your revolutionary “Credit Card Crunch Workout.”
Saturday night in Baltimore, I attended a fundraiser for Project JumpStart,