Archive for May 2012

Ricketts in quite the awkward situation, poor Julian Green

If you are one of the eight people (my mother and wife included) that reads my blog, you’ll probably predict a satirical entry given the headline.  Ding, ding, ding! As the news unfolds in the “Ricketts vs. Ricketts” debacle surrounding the family’s hypocrisy, I notice a more thrilling problem.  An awkward problem.  Perhaps, an issue... Read more »

Cell phones, what an awkward device

Last week my wife and I returned home on a United Airlines flight from Phoenix to Chicago.  I attended a wedding the previous evening and still had a general queasiness churning my stomach.  Not an out of control hangover, more of a dehydrated (Arizona air generously taught me), danced-out, screamed-out state of body and mind – pure exhaustion.  Needless... Read more »
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    I enjoy making observances of societal awkwardness. We have no one to blame but ourselves for these moments. Consider me the conduit of awkward. I may insert an opinion or two, but feel free to ignore.

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