Tag Archives: utah

What’s Wrong With White Folks?

I know, entire novels have been written on the subject, but yeah–this (see picture) is a “thing” that is is widespread and common enough to merit signage.  N.A. folks must be thinking: what’s the hell is up with white folks? … Continue reading

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Peering Over Canyonlands

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What Is Up With The French?

I’m a situationally humble person, when it comes to myself and my country (but not my kids, who are awesome, and if you’d like I can spend a few hours telling you why…) and as such one of the stereotypes … Continue reading

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Monday/Memeday: Mormon Crickets

A week from now, we’ll be hitting Utah.  If you’ve never seen Mormon Crickets, this is going to blow your mind. They’re big, they swarm, and when the get smashed on the road it gets worse because they’re cannibals, and … Continue reading

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VACATION!

By the time you wake up and read this–by the time the WordPress robot publishes this–I’ll be two large travel mugs and a couple hundred miles into our big vacation, having slipped off in the foggy pre-dawn morning on our … Continue reading

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Real Headline: Polygamist Ninjas Attack!

I just found this link in my Inbox–thanks Teresa!–that headline is too awesome not to post immediately.  All the good stuff happens in Utah.  Our Pennsylvania Amish never do anything this interesting–when they get in trouble its for refusing to … Continue reading

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Found Summer Photo: Tolerable Vacation Crowds

Tolerable levels of crowding at this vacation hotspot.  I’m in.

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D.A.H.O.F. Clarke Woodger, Nomen Global Language Institute

Tim Torkildson, a social media specialist and English as a Second Language teacher at Utah’s Nomen Global Language Center wrote what he thought was a typicially innocuous blog entry a few weeks back on the subjects of homophones–which we called … Continue reading

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Subject of Last “Random” Photo: Georgie White

Anybody miss me while I was out of town and away from the Interwebs?  Well, I missed you–or “yinz guys” as we like to way in western PA. I had several ideas I thought I could write about today, but … Continue reading

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