Last week's cold snap didn't bother me. Blustery spring days have their charm and it's too early for summer.
I visited a couple of shopping malls during last week's vacation. Wow! They have become such sorry places, and I don't know if that is ever going to change.
Said it before, but it bears repeating, part I: The attention the NFL commands, even in the off season, is astounding.
A baseball blog entry is coming up. For now, the league should be embarrassed by what's going on. Some teams aren't trying to win, and the Oakland situation is a mess.
The roads are still a mess and some parking lots are even worse.
The light emitted by tiny led's is amazing.
Said it before but it bears repeating, part II: I don't care if it came out of a microwave, a simple baked potato is one of life's major joys. Moderate butter. A little salt. A lot of pepper.
If you don't like Twitter's rules, or lack of rules, just delete your account. There are more important things in life.
By the way, how did we survive before texting?
Kay Adams is leaving the NFL Network's "Good Morning Football." As the only articulate and succinct member of the crew, Adams was the only reason to watch that show.
Said it before, but it bears repeating, part III: I still don't get Trevor Noah. I watched his comments Saturday night at the White House Correspondents Association dinner. There were some hysterical lines, but his delivery was awful.
George Harrison's solo work is vastly underrated.
Brush fires are dangerous and horrible, but they are also one of the dominant aromas of spring to me.