Category: Fun

  • Crisis communication comedy

    I joined a class this morning on crisis communication for non-profits. There were some good tidbits from the lecture. I was able to get glean some useful information from the talk, and even got the slides from the presentation afterward. Here it is: I mostly like what was said, aside from the “never talk off…

  • The Sopranos: Cussing Version

    This is my favorite TV show of all time. And someone went to the great task of editing out all the dialouge, except for the cuss words. I love it. (And it’s sort of amazing that you can kind of figure out what is going on just using this…) the sopranos, uncensored. from victor solomon…

  • Sorry I Missed Your Party: Chocolate Pudding Wrestling Aftermath

    For the first time in a long time (well, at least since I moved back to Cincinnati in 2003), I didn’t have my annual holiday party. I moved to Mount Washington in September and generally have been not exactly loving living so far away from downtown. To boot, my apartment has walls and smaller rooms…

  • Discrimination against single people

    Discrimination against single people, originally uploaded by hjoew. This sign – seen at the Anderson Days festival last weekend – shows just how far they go out in that Cincinnati suburb to push their family values. Sent from my BlackBerry.

  • Dancin’ fools!

    Send a JibJab Sendables® eCard Today! When Melissa and I hit the town, we hit it hard.

  • Dammit, coach! Kickball is fun!

    God, we’re bad. Last night we lost 17 to zero, marking our fifth straight kickball game without a win. Our team – Kara Thrace & Her Special Destiny, named by Team Captain James Czar – has lost other games by as many as 30 runs, though we came close once and only lost by one.…

  • No rim shots

    No rim shots, originally uploaded by hjoew. Ba dum da. Take that.

  • Ripley river town

    Sunday evening, Melissa, Kaille and I took an impromptu trip to Ripley, Ohio – about an hour’s drive east of Cincinnati. The sun was setting, the air still somewhat heavy and warm and we were a little hungry. So, we stopped into Cohearts Riverhouse for dinner. I had not been there in several years, so…

  • Jerry Springer’s song about saving Union Terminal

    Late last month a story I wrote ran in The Post that outlines serious plans – presented through the publication of a report that cost more than $800,000 to produce – to spend several million dollars both rehabilitating and preserving Cincinnati’s most recognizable landmark, Union Terminal. On top of the important preservation work, part of…

  • Back from vacation

    That’s my Mom (Judy) on a flotation device in the swimming pool adjacent to the beach house I just got done spending a solid week in just outside of Destin, Fla. Went there with the whole family – Mom, Dad and my sister’s family and some of her in-laws. It was a good time. To…