Month: July 2014

Rock ’n’ roll forever!

It’s difficult to imagine anyone has not seen this video. It’s been everywhere the last few days, even local Denver news broadcasts. Still, I wanted to preserve and share it. I’ve found no information about who this man is or… Read More ›

Adios, Maverick

I lost a big piece of my childhood Sunday. James Garner, star of “Maverick,” “The Rockford Files,” and more than 50 movies, died. He was 86. Garner, you see, was born in Norman, Okla., just down the road from where… Read More ›

I have a mountain

For lack of a better word, it’s called a “game.” But it’s less than that. More like an animated painting. But more than that. “Mountain.” That’s the name. That’s all there is to it. It’s from David O’Reilly, if that name… Read More ›

When smart quotes aren’t

It’s a term that begs to be used: apostrophe catastrophe. And it has become so cliché that I won’t use it here. There are already dozens of articles and at least one blog titled “Apostrophe Catastrophe.” Most of the writers describe the misuse… Read More ›