Reader Harold Ryan had to be scratching his head when he heard (and saw) a newscaster on Channel 30 say, “The disabled Carnival Cruise liner is now safely docked in Atlanta.” That would be Atlanta, Georgia a
Thoughts on happenings in the city of Madera.
Whew! Yours truly made it through another Cupid’s Day. It all started at 6 a.m. when we arrived at the Breakfast Lions Ladies Day breakfast and student speech contest.
He’s not exactly William Tell or Robin Hood, because yours truly — especially in high school before I met my gal — learned Cupid’s aim can be off by quite a bit. However, tomorrow is Valentine’s Day.
Not to fear, gentle reader, this is not turning into a sports column. I’ll leave that up to Sports Editor Tyler Takeda.
Yep, that’s me being an armchair (or in this case couch) quarterback. I didn’t agree with the play calling when the 49ers got close to scoring the go-ahead touchdown late in the Super Bowl.
The big game is upon us. Don’t exactly know how many trillions of dollars are bet on the Super Bowl, but I know I’ve got a dinner wagered on the Niners.
Thanks for the correspondence on my story on old Kezar Stadium, the original home of the San Francisco 49ers.