The circle has gone another revolution into the night and coming out of the dawn side is a crispy fresh 2013, another new beginning that's unfortunately laden with a bag of mistakes from 2012.
Everything changes, even Twinkies, and the year past had it's steaming piles of bad fortune-- and a few gems-- among the items that can soon become actual history, changing forever the course of the new year as it's time comes around. When the calendar changes, we have no choice but to go along
Updated December 6th, 2012 at 05:46 PM by Hof
For a long time, Obama's people have been griping and passing the buck about the missteps of the Previous Administration, and how all of the problems he so suddenly inherited and had to immediately deal with
when he came into office--war, huge debt, unemployment, bailouts and the like--you know the script--well, they were all the Other Guy's fault and they shouldn't be pinned to Obama. He was out to change all that, remember?
Now, Obama is about to inherit the problems of yet
Updated November 10th, 2012 at 12:44 PM by Hof
The queens jubilee?..Naw. The olympic games?..Naw. Summer time..Och Aye, thank heavens that's over.
The trees are turning a golden yellow, The mountains have a dusting of snow, There's a nip in the air
and all the fatties have gone away!
There is nothing worse than having to watch a fat person walking down the prom showing off the rolls of fat thay have built up over the years. Short tops and even shorter skirts or just tights...it scares the dogs and is enough to put you off your
Well it's all happening here. The queens jubilee, the olympics, and the Gourock outdoor pool
has been refurbished and is now open for business. The workmen are out in their droves and cleaning
things and painting them afterwards. Doh o silly me, it's all for the queen who will visit our litle town
in July I think.
So much money is being spent on this one four hour visit by the queen: that will be queen elizabeth
the second of england and the first of Scotland. Although
--"theboot.com" lists this old George Jones classic as the #1 "Saddest Country Song" of all times.
If you are not familiar with it, it's about a guy who lost his woman but could not stop loving her. On the day he died, he finally stopped loving her.
I'm a music lover. I was raised on jazz and folk and came to worship the Beatles. My love of Rock and Roll has lasted my lifetime. I admire classic compositions and show tunes and I even have room for some hiphop.
Updated January 23rd, 2012 at 05:26 PM by Hof