Most likely you’ve heard the joke about the little old lady who got pulled over by a deputy.
The driver handed over her license,... Read more
This column could get me into an awful lot of trouble.
Of course I can’t predict that for sure. Apparently, however, neither can some of the... Read more
You never know when it’ll come up. But when it does, it gives you the beginnings of a migraine.
It’s one of those little moments in life... Read more
Regular readers of our letters section might recall the name Joaquin Godoy. By my count he has written The Augusta Chronicle 31 letters... Read more
My 9-year-old daughter finally brought home a class assignment that’s right in her dad’s wheelhouse. Her fourth-grade language arts teacher... Read more
It’s official, everyone: It’s all about you.
Oxford Dictionaries, arguably the most prestigious arbiter of the English language, recently... Read more
As the official Guy Who Handles the Letters at The Augusta Chronicle, I sometimes get letters from folks who want to publicly... Read more
For a second there, I thought I imagined that Nancy Pelosi said this – that there are “no more cuts to make” to federal spending.
But sure... Read more
Thankfully I never was bullied during my long-ago school days. The closest I ever got was in eighth grade.
It was just one incident. There... Read more