Those wacky Florida lawbreakers are at it again
Steve Eighinger

Those wacky Florida lawbreakers are at it again

For more than a decade, our "Morons of the Month" report has unintentionally seemed to feature an inordinate amount of medal winners from Florida.

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Be realistic with those resolutions, or you'll suffer RRF
Steve Eighinger

Be realistic with those resolutions, or you'll suffer RRF

If I were to have asked in late December -- or even late last week -- if you were making some resolutions for 2019, how many would have raised their hands?

'Love (still) means never having to say you're sorry'
Steve Eighinger

'Love (still) means never having to say you're sorry'

It was probably back in my high school days that I discovered -- "admitted" might be more accurate -- how much I enjoy schlocky, romantic movies.

Can you trust those Snapple bottle caps?
Steve Eighinger

Can you trust those Snapple bottle caps?

Apparently, this falls under the "you can't always believe what you read" department.

Meghan, Clint and a bad haircut all helped make 2018 special
Steve Eighinger

Meghan, Clint and a bad haircut all helped make 2018 special

Sure, some of the things you are about to read might not have had a major effect on world peace or the price of gasoline, but in their own way they were part of a rather eventful 2018.

I was, am and will forever be grateful
Steve Eighinger

I was, am and will forever be grateful

Admittedly, I've been a little nervous this week. The memories are real and can be scary, too. It was a year ago, just before New Year's, that I suffered a stroke. Life, as I had known it for more than 60 years, would never be quite the same.

Those 'Twelve Days of Christmas' could be a bit costly
Steve Eighinger

Those 'Twelve Days of Christmas' could be a bit costly

At one time or another, we have all probably stretched our vocal cords to get all the way through "The Twelve Days of Christmas" without stopping for some sort of deep breath.

All these years later, the song is still a Love affair
Steve Eighinger

All these years later, the song is still a Love affair

One of the many reasons I miss David Letterman's late-night television offering is about this time every year I could always look forward to singer Darlene Love's inspiring "Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)."

McGee, QU seem like a perfect fit
Steve Eighinger

McGee, QU seem like a perfect fit

It's easy to see why McGee, who comes to Quincy after 14 years in a variety of positions at the College of Charleston in South Carolina, was hailed as the best of the best when it came to the 67 applicants who had sought the presidency.

I'm going to need a ticket to Denmark
Steve Eighinger

I'm going to need a ticket to Denmark

It's time to inspect some of the strangest laws still in place in foreign countries.