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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
Shocked, Shocked

Inserting movie lines into regular conversation, particularly with my husband, is one of my guilty pleasures. Why come up with a good line of your own when the best of Hollywood screenwriting is there for you to plagiarize? Karl knows by now that any attempt he makes to call me…

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Less Politics, More Beefcake

Well, it finally happened. I hit the wall. For almost 30 years, I have gotten dressed while listening to the news. But not this week. When I was in college, I would play records while doing the hair and the maquillage. Maybe a little Billy Joel or Phoebe Snow, maybe…

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From about age eight or nine until I was old enough to drive, many Saturdays would find me in downtown Tyler at one of the three movie theaters. Mother would drop me off, sometimes alone and sometimes with a friend, but with absolutely no fear that I would be abducted.…

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Calling George Carlin

Lord, I miss George Carlin. He did a bit years ago that has stayed with me, as no one has ever deconstructed language the way he could. In it, Carlin talked about how the condition we now refer to as PTSD was originally termed “shell shock” following World War I.…

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Panic In Year 2017

It’s about these hurricanes. Too many people’s lives have been upended because of Harvey, and Lord knows how many more lives will be with Irma. Of course, living in Dallas, we’re far enough away from the Gulf (at least for now) that we only got some rain and cooler weather…

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A Day In The Life

We had quite the exciting day at our house on Wednesday. The arrival of a new television is always big for us, as we almost never get new and better until what we have is old and broken. And so the Amazon delivery first thing in the morning of a…

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On A Serious Note

Robert E. Lee High School in Tyler, Texas, opened in 1958, and my older sister was in its graduating class of 1961—the first class that had spent all three years of high school as the Lee Rebels, with Dixie as the fight song, and the second largest Confederate flag in…

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Words & Music

If memory serves me, I started reading The Carpetbaggers when I was in the sixth grade. It was not the kind of the book that nice little boys—regardless of how precociously gay they may have been—should have been reading at that age. In fact, the review of the book in…

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