Tuesday, April 24, 2007

Generational Realities

After writing a very provocative article on Baby Boomers and Generation Y, I recieved a lot of feedback from readers that either really disagreed or thought I was right on the money with my analysis. Thanks to all who have written me.

This morning a friend put it into perspective for me. This video says a lot.

How to Avoid DUI Convictions

Believe it or not, the police will try to trick you into doing things to help them obtain a conviction, no matter how much you've had to drink before driving. Speaking from personal experience, I've learned what you should do to avoid incriminating yourself when they request you perform a field sobriety test.

Please remember, driving while drunk or high is not a good idea and as I mentioned in previous articles, a conviction can end life as you know it. While my expertise is limited to practical experience and many attorneys agree with the points I mention in this article, it is not intended to replace professional legal counsel.

Wednesday, April 18, 2007

Stuffed Monkey Leads to Drug Bust

I finally broke down and submitted a news story to Associated Content, simply because it was too funny and unbelievable to ignore. http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/219640/stuffed_monkey_lands_texas_couple_in.html

Tuesday, April 17, 2007

New Word Discovered

I have discovered (or created) a new word that I'm going to share with those of you brave enough to venture to these web pages. My guess is you will help me get the word well known and in common usage by enough people that Webster will have no choice but to officially accept it's definition and include it in the next edition of their etymological tome.

The word is: squat-tle \skwat-el\ - transitive verb: The manner in which one moves between the toilet and the closet containing the spare roll of toilet tissue.

I've been known to invent some pretty creative words in the past, but this is more than an attempt to win at Scrabble.