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(Hockey Player Magazine, January 2015) We lumbered inside the locker-room and grimaced as hockey bags slid down our shoulders. I hadn’t seen my Blazer teammates for over a month. Inside the guys slouched like dough-boys, suffering from extended tryptophan hangovers. … Continue reading
Hey folks, I’m on the road for a week and have a slug of articles in development. I’m trying to find the time to finish ’em. I’m also doing maintenance on my main Etc.Guy site. I’d rather fix pot-holes, at … Continue reading
No one knows the hour nor day. I’m not referring to prophecy, but to an odd situation everyone invariably suffers, whether you’re a high school kid on a date, an adult preparing to deliver a sales pitch, or God forbid, … Continue reading
The adult arm weighs eight pounds, about five percent of one’s body weight. Thanks to my holiday junk food diet, I’m that much heavier. I awoke this morning and had an epiphany: I still have the same arms. The calories … Continue reading
The human brain starts working the moment one’s born. For guys, it stops the moment they speak to their mate. Guys process information in the left hemisphere of the brain, or left brain. We’re task oriented problem solvers. I took … Continue reading
I stepped in it before I said it. It was the dawn of December 26. Sunlight peeked over the horizon, chasing away a cluster of stars faintly twinkling in the western sky. I yawned and switched on the coffee pot. … Continue reading
Parenthood was simpler when Kate was four. Life before high school and boys is a foggy memory. I yearn for the toddler years when she bummed rides on my shoulders. I’d gladly relive having a sore neck. Kate’s now sixteen … Continue reading
Regarding today’s Federal government shutdown: “We have the best government that money can buy.” Mark Twain, American author and humorist (1835-1910)
Yesterday, September 12, was a typical Thursday except it was before today, Friday the 13th. I left work early to take my sick daughter home from school. Hey…is that smoke behind the fence? Naw, can’t be. I’ve only dialed 9-1-1 twice. The first … Continue reading
It’s amazing what I don’t hear when I listen. I hadn’t thought much about our lunch topic and lamented more about the inevitable issues of dating or puberty. I rehearsed those conversations alone in the garage. One day they’ll call … Continue reading