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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
A Mulligan Stew

White evangelicals are giving out mulligans?  Who’d a thunk it?  You know, it was when I was around ten or so that Mother had to tell me that Daddy had been married before and that his first marriage ended in divorce.  This revelation was necessary because the Southern Baptist church…

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The Badass Parade

Have you noticed the virtual parade of badass women out there today?  And it’s not that they haven’t been badass all along, it’s just that it seems to have hit some critical mass here lately. Take Frances McDormand.  If you dare.  It’s not just that she is a wonderful actress.…

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Bitch Redux

“There’s a name for you ladies.  But it isn’t used in high society, outside of a kennel.”  When Joan Crawford threw that classic line out at the rest of The Women in 1939, she was dancing right on the edge of what the censors would allow. “You’re a vile, sorry,…

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Stars Fell On Alabama This Week

Well, we all knew the biggest cultural, social and political moment of this last week would be the election of the new Senator from Alabama.  On Tuesday, I was already organizing this column around a win by accused sexual predator Roy Moore and thinking that I would have to invoke…

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I’m Still Here

All the answers to life’s riddles can be found in the movies. I approach movie theaters as if they were churches—places where truth, beauty and magic can all be found for the price of admission and a bit of suspended disbelief. And thanks to DVDs, DVR and TCM, we can…

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Alabama (Again)

Have you seen those irritating commercials for that home décor website in which ordinary people order some stuff online, get very pleased with themselves and then do a mic drop with their cellphones? They then proceed to do their happy dance (badly), and all I can think is that they…

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Paying Attention Pays Off

I never wanted to live inside a Dickens novel. Who would want to wake up in the world of Oliver Twist? Or Pip, Estella and Miss Havisham, for that matter? (Especially Miss Havisham.) But we’re not likely to look around and find any of these characters at Starbucks. It’s more…

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