Blog Post

The life of a Weird News Reporter on Meme Friday

Really, what does the email say about me (contents in the meme below)? My secondary title is sometimes the Nude News Reporter, as noted in the past columns linked below, so I guess I have only myself to blame. Click to read: Nudist church pastor says we're all the same beneath our clothes but I… Continue reading The life of a Weird News Reporter on Meme Friday

Blog Post

Why my family won’t let me navigate

Y’all my family has diagnosed me with a terrible affliction: directional dyslexia. I’ve mentioned this problem before in my writings but it seems to get worse with age. I have no difficulty determining N, S, E or W, as long as I know which direction I’m standing. It’s “left” and “right” that give me trouble.… Continue reading Why my family won’t let me navigate

Column

I’m offering a bounty for Bigfoot

Following is this week's column for AL.com. Click the link below to read the full column. Once again someone is offering a $1 million bounty for “information leading to the capture or delivery of a bona fide Bigfoot.” Tom Biscardi, the self-described “Godfather of Bigfoot,” announced the reward in hopes of ending his 50-year search, according… Continue reading I’m offering a bounty for Bigfoot

(ODD)yssey

The story behind the abandoned ruins of Bell’s Tavern

You know Sweetums and I love to explore ruins (although we are always safe and never trespass). When we came across the interesting remains of an old stone building in Park City, Kentucky, we stopped to take photos. It turns out we had stumbled upon some of the most famous ruins in Kentucky: the stone… Continue reading The story behind the abandoned ruins of Bell’s Tavern