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This is not a drill, crusaders, we are one week out from Thanksgiving 2017, and it is officially crunch time.
There are sides to be selected, turkeys to be dressed, but before we get to any of that, first things first, there’s driving etiquette to be reviewed.
Yes, folks, we’re coming up on one of the biggest travel days of the year and for the occasion, I’m going to take a moment to tip my hat to the 2WC origin story and perhaps contribute a bit to the “One Man Crusade to Restore Civility to Modern Driving – Thanksgiving Edition.” Read the rest of this entry
It’s official, Middle-earth is coming to the small screen. Apologies for the lack of exclamation point, but at this point there’s too many unknowns to determine if more flamboyant punctuation is needed.
What is known is that Amazon has acquired the television rights for the beloved J.R.R. Tolkien trilogy, “The Lord of the Rings.” I’ll give you a moment to let the sheer poetry of that sink in. The online retailer responsible for killing the brick and mortar bookstore just bought the television rights for one of the most popular book series of all time. Read the rest of this entry
Happy Monday, fellow crusaders! Mondays can be hard. Thankfully, this week kicks off with a spirit booster — World Kindness Day.
The great thing about kindness is that it only takes a little to turn a day around. Which means no matter your situation, you can afford to spread it.
Happy Veterans Day! To all who’ve served our country, thank you.
These two words are incredibly inadequate. Those who’ve served our country deserve far more than a thank you, so allow me to elaborate just a bit.
Today is two weeks until Thanksgiving. For those who are blissfully unaware of the prep work that goes into hosting Thanksgiving, we are approaching do-or-die time. Meaning, you better start planning things out or there’s a good chance that turkey will go up in flames.
Whether you’re a seasoned pro or this is your first time hosting, odds are you won’t have much time to sit back and relax (prior to the last slice of pie being served) on the actual day. Which unfortunately means you may miss out on one of Thanksgiving Day’s greatest traditions—The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. Read the rest of this entry