Megyn Kelly tells her Fox News viewers that Santa was a white man.
Predicting the future is a growth industry. From Madame So-and-So’s palm reading parlor to bloated Washington think tanks to Nostradamus, telling us today what will happen tomorrow is a way to make money even in a down economy.
A lady we love seldom asks for a favor, so when she does, we always says, “Of course.”
If you have a friend who needs to learn a lesson about his or her dangerous lifestyle, how about this: Make your friend believe he’s been in a coma for ten years.
If I’m still writing about bad gift situations by Independence Day, somebody pull the plug. Meanwhile here are more “worst gifts ever” contenders, sent by readers. I give no names in the interest of domestic tranquility.
Recently we asked you to share the worst or oddest gifts of holidays past. Can you top these just in?
Most columnists are tempted to write about Thanksgiving this time of year. It’s an obvious, inexpensive way to mark the season.
If you want or just need to liven up a lagging Thanksgiving, Christmas or other holiday party, try this. Ask everybody: “What’s the worst holiday gift you have ever received?”
The Boeing 717 aircraft began service in 1999 flying AirTran routes from Atlanta to Washington D.C. Now it is widely used, a good plane, but its designers left off a key piece of it.
When you travel, what amenities and features are most important to you in the hotels where you stay?