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Recently, there was a news story from Detroit about how a group of truckers saved a man who was trying to commit suicide (read story, here). Had Paul Curran been there, I’m sure he would have led that line of truckers! Every … Continue reading
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Many bloggers have seen comments on their posts and on posts by others from an individual named “Paul” – his comments are often wittier than the posts they’re written on! Some of us have been…
Everyone’s favorite guest poster tells me he wants lots of comments this weekend to give him something to do in is free time. Go for it, people! YOU’RE INSANE! By Paul Curran T-2000 Kenworth with One Piece Windshield When … Continue reading
Elizabeth wrinkled her nose: “Stinktier.” I started to laugh: “Really? That’s cool. It’s ‘skunk’ in English but we say anything that smells bad ‘stinks’.” “Sk –uuunk?” She looked at me for confirmation and I nodded. “Skunk.” She said confidently. Then, … Continue reading