Thursday, February 16, 2012
I typically watch portions of the Grammy Awards.
Sunday night, I watched more.
I’d heard last week that country music was going to gain quite a bit of attention during the big show.
Close to Nowhere
Plagiarism is alive and well
I hate it when I accidentially read some of the columns that go in the newspaper before I write mine.
As I can’t recall ever writing on Mississippi polictics, it’s usually safe to read Sid Salter. But I can’t read Barry’s column, Wyatt Emmerich’s or Milton Winter’s. I plagiarize.
I read Wyatt’s already and laughed out loud in a couple places. Mostly because his opinions on traffic violations sound a whole lot like mine.
With a 40-year perfect driving record, I pled ‘not guilty’
A 40-year perfect driving record is worth defending, so I have pled “not guilty,” to violating Mississippi’s four-year-old “move over” law.
I was driving back from Newton County around 9 p.m. when I hit the I-20 road construction.
I couldn’t believe how close the temporary concrete dividers were to the left-hand lane. There could not have been more than three inches of left shoulder. Intermittently, there were also concrete dividers on the right-hand side. All in all, a very dangerous driving environment with limited visibility.
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