As we legalize it, Big Tobacco and Pharma will get in. I saw the pot business when the legal side was the Wild West
Lady: Why didn’t you stop the bus for me on the other side?Bus driver: Ma’am, I’m not allowed to open those doors at a non-designated stop.Lady: Good Lord Jesus Christ, I am not your enemy. Who are you? The Terminator?Bus driver: Stop being so hostile!Lady: You’re the one being hospitable! Ooo, you are soo hospitable!–M15 […]
“I guarantee you right now there are kids living less than a mile from here who would never in a million years dream that they would be welcome in this museum. And growing up on the South Side of Chicago, I was one of those kids myself. I know the feeling of not belonging in […]
My Dad was hospitalized last month with a hemorrhaging kidney. He lost between one-third and one-half of his blood. An otherwise healthy man in his late 60s with no history of kidney injury spent six painful, expensive days in the hospital. He’s now home, facing a two-month recovery period. The scary [...]
The white of Sonny Miller's right eye was red. Fire engine red. He cocked his head to the side all the time, in fact, his shoulders leaned also to the right, I think. Maybe it was from carrying that box around. That box that made my movie. Six years ago, I called him. Show More Summary
'My photos from Fire Island are always colorful and full of life and that’s the side that I want to show.' read more
If you spend much time at my house, you will probably see the following, regular occurrence. My 10- and 8-year-old daughters are each talking to me, both in tears, simultaneously trying to explain conflicting sides to the story of their latest altercation. Show More Summary
Yesterday, on my way into Chipotle, I crossed paths with a guy wearing a bright pink T-shirt that screamed the following, in all caps: "I STAND ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF HISTORY." Unsurprisingly, he looked rather proud of himself. He also looked like he might punch you if you questioned his political...
Every Spring and Fall, I get my car detailed. It’s good to clean off all of the salt, dirt, mud and things that get on my car. Also, the wax and leather care keep things good on the resale side of things. I went to a new guy named Mike down in Manchester NH. I […]
It was a simple gesture. The motorcycle rider, driving toward my minivan on a two-lane country road, flicked his left wrist casually out to the side, his fingers pointing toward the pavement. I watched for him to turn, thinking he was making a turn signal, but then he kept going past me, disappearing in my rearview mirror. Show More Summary
My friend and I ran along the sidewalk, side by side, our warm breath filling the cold December air. We hoped to cover more…
Well, I watched all of the Netflix imaginable, and wore out Hulu, so my rediscovery of Spotify has reared its lovely head, prompting me to once again become obsessed with the making of playlists. I guess there is a bright side to summer...Show More Summary
By Sue Rodman My sides ached. The kind of ache you get when you’ve done abs for four straight hours […] The post #HotInChina: An Unexpected Girlfriends Getaway in China appeared first on Field Trips with Sue.
Aileen Adalid quit her corporate job to travel the world. Though she grew up in the Philippines, she found her new home base on the other side of the world: Antwerp, Belgium. A treasure trove of adventure and culture, Antwerp was anShow More Summary
My friends have stood by my side and they never left me hanging in the air. They were there for me against all odds, through thick and thin, no matter what.
It turned out to be a concert we'd never forget. But not for the reasons you'd think. The post The Rolling Stones and Why Time Was Not on My Side appeared first on The Good Men Project.
I learned to ride my bicycle at the edge of a small German village. With practice, the training wheels came off, and the helmet disappeared at some point during high school. It was only when I moved to the U.S. that the apparent recklessness of my behavior was pointed out to me.
It isn't often I find myself on the opposite side of an argument with Gary Leff of View From The Wing. And yet, I just can't wrap my arms around his logic on the Hyatt credit card. The post Gary’s Just Wrong About The Hyatt Credit Card appeared first on Pizza In Motion.
I was wondering if anyone can recommend a hairdresser expert in cutting curly hair. My last couple of cuts have resulted in shocking ‘triangle hair’. South side preferred. Thanks
I live in a Baltimore neighborhood called Bolton Hill, on the border between the city's downtown and its west side. It is a pretty, quiet, self-contained place — big 19th-century townhouses, an art school that makes the streets funkier than they otherwise might be. Because the neighborhood is mostly white... More »