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Well, Let Me Say This About That

Well, Let Me Say This About That is an interesting twist on current events, as told by Dallas’ finest and funniest Craig McCartney.

Cuts, Edits & Redactions

The experience of watching movies on television, by definition, is not the same as seeing one in a theater as it was originally intended to be seen. This is particularly […]

Sort of Obvious

One of my least favorite words has always been “obvious” and its adverbial form “obviously.” Perhaps my dislike stems from its pejorative use as someone being obviously gay, as opposed […]

Figuring It Out

At the end of the infamous no wire hangers scene in Mommie Dearest, Faye Dunaway as Joan Crawford orders Christina to “clean up this mess!” Christina sitting on a bathroom […]

Political Pointillism

I’ve always liked to play games. Board games, card games, dominoes, you name it. Even today, I’m much more likely to play Monopoly or Risk online than any of the […]

A Little Credit To Technology Is Due

Watching television in the 21st century is sure different than it was back in the 20th century. And I’m not talking about the plethora of viewing options that are available—that […]

And The Hits Just Keep On Coming

Bless his heart, Donald Trump just can’t catch a break this week, much less an honest to goodness win. Had Trump’s losing streak not begun with the Democrats winning the […]

A Little Style, A Little Substance

It’s been a tough week for style icons. First it was the death of Lee Radziwill, followed four days later with the passing of Karl Lagerfeld. Since they go in […]

I’m An Indian, Too

Family stories are the best. And Southern family stories are practically an art form. Of course, some of the more lurid ones don’t get talked about much, and certainly not […]

The Stuff That Dreams Are Made Of

Yesterday morning, my day started when I awoke with a dream hangover. Somewhere floating through my subconscious, disjointed thoughts and feelings had produced a strange little inner movie for my […]


A great many people today seem susceptible to distraction and too often move to the next issue having incompletely contextualized the one on which they had just focused.  I was […]