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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
You’re The Top (Of My Feed)

I found out something this week I didn’t know, and it wasn’t something I had known but just forgotten—which happens with more frequency these days. (Please don’t show this admission to my husband—he needs to think he’s the forgetful one.) But what I hadn’t forgotten was reading a book called…

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Lions and Tigers and Bears

“I don’t like this forest. It’s…it’s dark and creepy.” So said Dorothy Gale from Kansas, but they sound like words coming from virtually every Democrat drawing breath these days. When the Tin Woodman tells her and the Scarecrow about the additional possibility of lions, tigers and bears, the trio is…

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And The Oscar Goes To…

After a lifetime of following the Oscars and most of the other award shows, I’m feeling a bit out of touch these days. Maybe even a little curmudgeonly. It’s been years since I’ve watched the Grammy awards and knew who all of the artists were who were performing and were…

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That’s Entertainment!

Based on some of the comments that came across my Facebook feed following Meryl Streep’s Golden Globes speech, I may be in the minority when I say I love it when celebrities get all political. It’s highly entertaining. Having sold a part of themselves on the personal level to get…

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Happy Anniversary, Baby

Please allow me a bit of an indulgence with this week’s column. (As if you don’t every week.) But this is the evening of our anniversary, so that has rather been at the top of my mind today. It’s not one of those milestone anniversary years ending in zero and,…

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Funny, Interrupted

We have such strange relationships with celebrities, don’t we? Of course, they are people we don’t really know, but somehow we personalize them for our own consumption, projecting onto them qualities and characteristics which they may—or may not—possess. And when celebrities endure for decades, these one-way relationships can last longer…

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We Need A Little Christmas

I just wrote a column with the title “The Winter of Our Discontent.” It had references to Shakespeare, Steinbeck, Bertha Bumiller and Regina Giddens, but it was just a little dark. Okay, it was very dark. I realized I had to rethink it when I found myself threatening to pull…

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