Monthly Archives: November 2009

Soggy Pumpkin Pie Solution #1 – Fried Pies

I am in charge of desserts this Thanksgiving, a responsibility I do not take lightly.  On the one hand, I want to maintain tradition, and few are more exalted than the pumpkin pie.  On the other, I want to wow … Continue reading

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Men Who Look Like Kenny Rogers: Law Enforcement Edition

I have tried to carry my camera with me from time to time, since I started blogging, just in case I run across something that I feel compelled to share. Driving down San Jacinto in downtown a week ago, I … Continue reading

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We Have To Talk About Your Boyfriend

If the Catholic Church were my boyfriend, I’d dump him. If he were dating one of my friends, I’d be trying to figure out how to have that awkward but necessary conversation.  The one you dread having, because it might … Continue reading

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Gene Locke Shook The Devil’s Hand

A City Hall Duo? We have much to unpack from yesterday’s Houston Politics blog on the Chron website. Gene Locke, trying to get under that big tent at the Greater Houston Pachyderm Club, gave the same two-for-one pitch that drew … Continue reading

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John Cornyn Is Not Pro-Choice. Neither is Kay.

Like an anxious hawk, I watch my blog stats.  I find the search terms that bring people to my site fascinating.  This evening, the search “is john cornyn pro-choice” brought a reader to nonsequiteuse. Let me be clear.  John Cornyn … Continue reading

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