While I was mowing the lawn a few years ago, oil started spurting out all over (from the mower, not me). Investigation revealed the oil did not come from an opening oil should come out […]
On this 100th anniversary of Nation Fire Prevention Week, I thought I’d take a quick look at the history of firefighting. You might want to brace yourself, we’ll be moving fast. Fire was discovered by […]
Most of the Southwest United States is in drought, which will come as no surprised to those who who’ve heard the term “Desert Southwest”. After all, Phoenix, Arizona, was built on a place that got […]
Washington, DC – First Lady, Melania Trump, has just announced, during an impromptu press conference from the East Wing, she is releasing a fashion line for victims of natural disasters. The Melania Mayhem collection is […]
Have you ever tried to make coffee without putting the carafe on the machine? Hint: It is not recommended.
President Obama today toured the damage left behind by the devastating tornadoes that rocked Moore, Oklahoma and the surrounding areas and responded by declaring Mississippi a disaster area. “We all feel Oklahoma’s loss and are […]
Hurricanes are not funny. Sandy was definitely not funny. My heart and prayers go out for those who have lost loved ones, had their homes destroyed or had their lives disrupted. But humor helps us […]
Just in time to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Titanic’s sinking, a TV commercial is advertising a necklace that contains an authentic piece of coal from the sunken liner. Personally, unless that coal comes […]