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Well, Let Me Say This About That is an interesting twist on current events, as told by Dallas’ finest and funniest Craig McCartney.

Well, Let Me Say This About That
What A Tangled Web

Mother could be the absolute best at untangling things. She had a real talent for rubbing a thin chain, balled up as it may be, between her thumb and forefinger that would loosen the knot so that it could be straightened out. She also had a whole network of spies…

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Hope Springs Eternal

Sometimes, commercials backfire.  Karl and I were watching television this week when one came on for Whataburger.  Now, when Karl calls from the office and asks if he wants me to bring home burgers for dinner, the “whata” in burger is silent.  But this commercial was hawking the temporary return…

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Hot Nerds & High Anxiety

For me, the nerdy hot thing started with Howard Bannister.  And, even if the term “nerdy hot” actually is an oxymoron, it didn’t much matter when Ryan O’Neal as Howard dropped his pajama bottoms in the bathroom doorway while Barbra Streisand was taking a bubble bath in What’s Up, Doc?…

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And Miss Merriam Makes Me Think A Little

The English language has a rich and robust vocabulary.  So much so that I ended up in a linguistic wormhole trying to define the actual difference between some words that keep getting thrown around today.  For insight, I consulted by old friend, Miss Merriam-Webster. So I started with “privilege.”  Heard…

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On The Road Again

On Wednesday evening, we attended the unveiling of the Texas Historical Commission plaque at the corner of Cedar Springs and Throckmorton, the first such recognition in the state for the LGBTQ community. That intersection, long known as “The Crossroads,” has deep meaning for many of us in that community, both individually…

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Self Service

Everything wasn’t bad in the good old days. While it’s certainly true that things are much better today, generally speaking, for everyone who isn’t a white, heterosexual male, there were some things that merit waxing nostalgic about. Take for example, service stations. Or, as we called them, filling stations. Nowadays,…

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Change Is Gonna Do Me Good

I’m not one for change.  It may be this aversion to change comes from having been born and reared in Tyler, living in the same house until I graduated from high school.   My entire life has been spent living at three points on the same latitude, with Interstate 20…

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Think

Once upon a time, a little boy was born into a home with two parents, a mother and a father, in which two strains of both politics and Protestantism resided. The mother was a Democrat and a Methodist; the father was a Republican and a Southern Baptist. And the little…

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