One of the most alarming news items I saw Wednesday was in Consumer Reports which said 19 percent of all cell phones eventually get dropped into a toilet.
A mostly humorous, sometimes serious, reflection on life in Madera, California, by the publisher of The Madera Tribune.
I happened to be at the Madera County Courthouse Tuesday, standing around waiting for a courtroom to open, and I noticed how the people were dressed.
Warren Buffet, the nation’s richest man, says he doesn’t mind if the ultrarich pay more taxes, and that’s all right with me, too.
Forget the helium shortage. Who cares whether the giant balloons at the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade no longer can float along on their own.
The Los Angeles Times may have found out why the planners of the California High-Speed Rail project want to start it here in little old Madera County.
If you are like a lot of Americans, you will be going shopping today, looking for bargains and hoping to get Christmas gift-buying out of the way early.
We are told this is very patriotic.
First, the Hostess Baking Co. is going to close; now it may not be closing. It makes you wonder what will happen to Wonder Bread. I remember Wonder Bread in my youth as the bread of preference.