Monthly Archives: June 2009

Sammy Sosa Breaks My Heart

It was reported in the New York Times recently that slugger Sammy Sosa had tested positive for a performance enhancing drug during the 2003 season. If this is true than the three biggest sluggers of the ’90’s and 2000’s have all come under the same cloud and we really have a period in baseball called […]

Taking Things a Step Farther- Small is Beautiful

My friend Jim wrote this in response to my blog “The Day The Cars Stopped Rolling.” “Last night I walked through a neighboring sub division and discovered, not everyone is wallowing in the gloom and doom of the faltering economy. I saw Escalades, Hummers, and a multitude of vehicles that must have cost over $100.00 […]

The Day the Cars Stopped Rolling

Yesterday, GM filed for bankruptcy in the Federal Courts. It was a decision that was a long time in the making and a difficult one for the American to accept. While I never bought a GM car, I have borrowed a couple from friends and recently rented one when I was in a car accident […]