A Few Things Detroit Lions Fans Should Know About Quarterback James Franklin

By | August 8, 2014

As the NFL preseason games are upon us, there are a few things Detroit Lions fans should know about free-agent quarterback James Franklin.  I have observed these things from watching virtually all of his games at Missouri. One of Franklin’s greatest assets is his ability to slide around in the pocket and buy time.  He is tremendous at… Read More »

Zombie Defense Tactics: Tank Warfare Against Bunker

By | August 4, 2014

When Zombies have taken refuge in a concrete bunker, or earthen bunker with timber support, Zombie defense tactics may present an offensive challenge. However, revisiting some tank warfare tactics of the past may provide instruction.  If you can get your hands on a tank and suitable ordinance, then the challenge may be made easy.  Otherwise, some improvisation may… Read More »

Don Johnson Still Making Waves Almost Thirty Years After “Miami Vice” Debut

By | August 1, 2014

The spirit of Sonny Crockett is alive and well at the cutting edge of Hollywood and society. Almost 30 years ago, in 1984, Don Johnson finally got the television break he had been looking for when NBC gave the green light to “Miami Vice”. The smash hit launched Johnson into the entertainment stratosphere and a subsequent string of… Read More »

My Favorite Realistic Lawyer Movies

By | July 30, 2014

Over the years I have watched quite a few lawyer or lawyer related movies.  Admittedly, there are quite a few I have not watched.  Usually, the ones I haven’t watched are because, upfront, I have decided, for one reason or another, that they are not going to be any good, mainly because my unrealistic meter has pegged out. … Read More »

Remembering James Garner and the Fastest Soap Opera on Wheels, the 1966 Movie “Grand Prix”

By | July 23, 2014

My favorite James Garner role was that of Pete Aron, the American Formula One driver in the 1966 movie “Grand Prix.”  His was a perfect, understated, cool and confident portrayal befitting a top driver in the deadly world of Formula One in the 1960s.  Here is your spoiler alert, as if the same is needed for a movie… Read More »

My Insect Bite From Hell

By | July 20, 2014

Yes, I saw him come in the door.  I think it was a he because he packed so much punch.  Then again, considering the venom …  Ha, ha.  Anyway, it was a fly.  It looked like a routine, run of the mill, fly.  Maybe a tad bit more robust than usual.  And a bit of a rogue as… Read More »

To Relax, Enter the World of the Cat

By | July 18, 2014

I have read a lot of things about the benefits of meditation.  I have never gotten into it, but let me clue you in on something I have done from time to time.   It is relaxing and enjoyable in a very quiet way.  I call this “Enter the World of the Cat.” Tuxedo Cat Button by LZ… Read More »