“Money is in some respects life’s fire: it is a very excellent servant, but a terrible master.” — P.T. Barnum, American showman (1810-1891).
“You’d have to be a certain age to be able to recall such things as getting hauled all over Henry County’s dirt and gravel roads in the back of your grandfather’s pickup truck, and coming to the occasional rickety wooden bridges that were the norm of the day. With each crossing, you would cl…
“A toy company has put a Dr. Anthony Fauci superhero doll on the market with part of sales being passed along to COVID-19 charities. The charity coffers may not overflow, but at least great advances will have been made in what a real superhero looks like.” — Clyde Peterson, Houston.
“Now the word is that the Trump folks think their daily virus briefings may be worth the effort, but as an almost daily audience member with a big-city newspaper for 40 years of listening to briefings of every sort from garbage collection to potholes to assorted pitches by heads of state, th…
“Just trying to imagine the reception if my grandfather and his geezer buds were sitting around the old stove at Cousin Glen’s Amoco in Puryear and somebody walked in and said four of them would have to go home and the rest move six feet apart and put on masks.” — Clyde Peterson, Houston.
“The former prince, Harry, is now pointedly telling folks to drop all that prince stuff and just call him ‘Harry.’ Or then, some of us former residents of the south side of Old Buchanan may choose not to call him at all.” — Clyde Peterson, Houston.
“Perused a story today about luxury cars that can be had for under $50,000, causing me to recall how long I puzzled and wondered what could possibly have been done to push the price of an Oldsmobile past $10,000 for the first time a lot of years ago.” — Clyde Peterson, Houston.
“Couldn’t help but notice the picture in The Post-Intelligencer of the Henry Class of ’57 the other day. Somebody needs to investigate the water supply out Henry way. That was one fit-looking bunch of reunioners!” — Clyde Peterson, Houston.
No doubt you’ve already noticed today’s Post-Intelligencer is thicker, heavier than normal for an edition that doesn’t include a large special section, like our Fact Book.
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