Feeling a little discouraged? Think of Little Lou

Regular visitors to this Saturday space may recall remarks that one of the best benefits of being in this business is the people I...

Parkinson’s is with us, but I really wish it wasn’t

I was reading the December 2015/January 2016 of “Neurology Now” magazine the other day, which made me think about how much my life has...

Silent precipitation

Once a month it is necessary for snow loathers of Indiana to meditate (or write about) the positive aspects of the frozen precipitation. That...

Robot Apocalypse is coming … soon!

This weekend I heard some truly terrifying news. The kind of news that portends the end of humanity as we know it in the...

Indiana’s losing 2,100 jobs. What? Can that be true?

Where did the 2,100 jobs go? I’ve been reading the newspaper(!) for the past seven and a half years — and long before that, too...

Term limits? We don’t need no stinking term limits

Who are you to tell me who I can and can’t vote for? And who are you to tell anyone else who can and...

Someone had a sense of humor in 1942

It is something that would have been more appropriate on April 1, but it was dated January 26. “There’s a Mr. Gerber at the counter...

Hopefully, Lemuel’s enthusiasm is contagious

Most people enjoy what they do. Not everyone shows it, so sometimes it’s not so evident. Of course, you can enjoy what you do...

’90s sitcoms remind us how much our homes have changed

Growing up in the 1990s, one of my favorite shows to watch with my family one night each week was “Home Improvement.” I think we...

One of the benefits of this new card I have

Having achieved the magic age of 65 a few months back, I have new privileges. One of them is a “license to complain,” and...