Does your bacon glow in the dark?
When ne’er-do-wells hacked Vice President Mike Pence – who at the time was Gov. Mike Pence – it probably wasn’t political information or the secret to managing his beautiful white mane they were after.
Turning to news about sweet, sweet panda love, multiple media outlets reported that two giant pandas at Tokyo's Ueno Zoo mated for the first time in four years on Feb. 27, a 52-second encounter that sent stocks of a nearby restaurant chain rising.
I love studies. Someone somewhere throws money at someone else to produce a study that tells us what we already know or contradicts conventional wisdom only to be challenged by a later study commissioned by someone else that may or may not tell us what we already knew in the first place.
In more grim news about the dangers of modern living, a new report shows hundreds of children are squirting themselves in the eyes with the small, the brightly colored liquid detergent pods that make washing clothes and dishes so much more fun and convenient.
With alternative facts, fake news and bald-faced lies so popular these days, fact checks – often importantly capitalized as FACT CHECKS – have become more prevalent among major media outlets.
Hello, healthy young people. You may be wondering why grandma handed you this newspaper or asked you to look at her computer again.
When people stop me on the street, accost me in the grocery store or detain me at the border, it’s always the same question: “Scott, what is the surprising fashion trend to emerge for men in 2017?”
Author’s note: Please enjoy this column originally published in 2001 and edited here for length. I’ll be back next week with something new if the Lord’s willing and the creek don’t rise.
What do you say when you encounter Santa walking along an empty side street on an early morning eight days before Christmas?
Longtime readers of this column, otherwise known as Ed and Kenny, will recall my fear that robots will take my job.
Sprawling high pressure spilling southward from the northern plains states to the mid Mississippi River Valley will push an arctic airmass into the southern Appalachians tonight. Windy conditions will persist, with northwest winds of 15 to 25 mph across the mountains and gusts as high as 40 …
Note: What was the biggest threat to children before creepy clowns? The game of tag. Please enjoy this encore column first published in 2006.
The fear of clowns is called coulrophobia and it is sweeping the nation, or at least popping up in the news between Kardashian robberies and Trump tweets.