While way too much attention has been paid to one holiday song this year, I believe we are ignoring several much more significant problems with Christmas carols.
These songs are fun to sing and listen to, but several significant issues need to be addressed. In order to shift the discussion over to the more important matters, here are the Top 5 Problems with Christmas carols. Continue reading “Top 5 problems with Christmas carols” →
For too long, toasters have been coasting on their past achievements.
As a toast enthusiast, I love to eat the delightfully dry treat, but I am often frustrated by several extremely important issues surrounding toasters.
In order to help improve toasters and benefit humanity, our judges have put together this list of the Top 5 Problems With Toasters. Continue reading “Top 5 problems with toasters” →
Driving slowly down the dusty, under-construction main street in my town recently, I had a lot of time to think about the start of summer. Here are a few items I was pondering: Continue reading “A few thoughts on the start to Summer 2018” →
This is high school graduation weekend in town, and it is a big occasion for my family.
The youngest kids in the family are graduating and everyone is gathering together to celebrate their accomplishments and give them gifts. The best (and least expensive) present I can present is advice, so here are some commencement comments for the graduates of 2018 here in my town and wherever you may be reading this. Continue reading “Graduation advice to help you succeed in life! Or to at least help you learn to make your own ketchup” →
After spending much of the last week dealing with the flu, I felt it was important to share some of my thoughts and experiences. Continue reading “Flu fighter, my battle with the flu” →
When I was younger, I couldn’t understand why my father would worry so much about my siblings and me.
If it was snowing and I was working late at the grocery store, for example, he would want me to go straight home after work. He wouldn’t want to worry about me driving to get something to eat or spending time with friends.
It seemed ridiculous to me at the time.
“What is he worried about? I’ve only gotten stuck in the ditch twice due to snow!” I thought to myself. “He just loves watching the weather reports and worrying about the snow.” Continue reading “Winter is a good time to worry, especially if you are a parent” →
Ok, so I was was too busy at work last week and never had the opportunity to put together a good post.
“Now Nick, when do you ever put together a good post?” you may be saying to yourself.
I would agree, but would add that I didn’t even have time to write a post that I liked very much. I ended up working late every day and then traveling on the weekend, so here I am getting some posts ready tonight.
By not posting for a week, though, I realized a few things about blogging that I thought I would share here. Continue reading “A week away from blogging” →
Hey you there! Yeah, you, reading the Internet! Look over here!
I know you want to read the news or check out the crazy antics of America’s cats, but you’ll have to wait for a moment while I draw you into my website with headlines about items I know you’re interested in reading about.
It’s the biggest scandal no one is talking about! The answers you need to know in order to protect your family! Continue reading “Did cavemen create the original clickbait? And is it the secret to staying healthy?” →
Our society places great value on food, but some foods are terribly overrated due to a variety of reasons. And while taste is a subjective subject, it does subject itself to some judging now and again.
In order to try to bring clarity to our menus, our judges have compiled the Top Five Overrated Foods: Continue reading “Top 5 Overrated Foods” →
My mail is usually pretty boring, but recently we received a pretty interesting delivery.
This letter was from the National Opinion Network – Infant Division, which led to several questions:
Do they have infants running a whole division at the National Opinion Network? How does that work? Is there a huge office full of babies working on these letters? What does their break room look like? Continue reading “Traditional mail: Excitement in every package or are letters for babies?” →