Question from Post Falls Police Chief Cliff Hayes: How often do you write your on-line column?
Answer: Throughout the day. I try to give you a Quick Fix Six to start the morning and a Lunch Special around noon or 1 p.m., depending on my writing schedule. The items are the best in conservative thought that I can find on the issues of the day. Beyond that, I publish items as they come to me: E-mails from readers, rhymes from The Bard of Sherman Avenue, background on local politics and whatever else I find of interest. This blog (Web log) is a work in progress. I'll try to keep it interesting, so you'll have to check back at 9 a.m., noon and 6 p.m.
Now, for some Random Thoughts to close the day:
If you've never seen a Blair Bybee-directed play at Lake City High (Remember "Footloose'?), make sure you get tickets ($5 to $7) for the performance of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat over the next two weeks, beginning Thursday (March 4-6, 10-13). LCHS plays are at least college quality. E-mail Sandra Seaton (firstname.lastname@example.org) for tickets, and you can thank me later ... By now, readers of Huckleberries and Hot Potatoes should know that an ellipses means I've moved onto the next item ... Sub Bob Nonini's eyes "got big as saucers," according to my moles, when House Speaker Bruce Newcomb angrily gaveled down two reps who were out of order the other day: Bill Sali and Henry Kulczyk. Nonini's been test-driving the House District 5A seat in hopes that fellow GOPers'll pick him to replace He-e-e-e-a-a-a-rrrr-Comes-Hilde Kellogg in the spring primaries.
BeardedNail@aol.com has this take on No Holds Barred: "Since this person can't say anything good about the center or left, lets find someone to cover the other side and have an equal coverage in the paper. This man has never seen a gop (lower case) he wouldn't get in bed with for a small amount of funds. Either equalize or get rid of this ooooolllllddddd wiiiiindbbbbaaaaaagggggggg." DFO: I pointed this Anonymous Wonder to email@example.com who handles our Blog Central to see if he has the gumption and time to provide us with his riveting thoughts from the Left.
Finally, I'll leave you with a "PETA" bumpersnicker that Reporter Kevin Taylor saw on an oversized pickup with Alaska plates. The small type below? "People for the Eating of Tasty Animals."
B-deet, b-deet, that's all folks -- DFO