Noisy public being heard
In recent years, if you’re not “green,” you’re not good. At least, that seems to be the message in the world of marketing. As a result, most companies have peppered their advertising and promotional materials with all sorts of green claims.
Smells like fame
The big news around the baseball world nowadays is whether or not free agent Derek Jeter will resign with the New York Yankees. If Pete Rose were a betting man, my guess is his money would be on Derek playing his home games in the Bronx for the next few seasons.
I’m feeling a bit keyed up this week as I write “Here’s The Soop.” Or is it keyed down?
Readers with eagle eyes will think they just spotted a typo — they didn’t. It’s just that the fourth key from the left, two rows from the bottom last week said: see ya!
Or is that “c” ya?
I went to West Virginia last week. On purpose.
Just kidding about that. Honestly, I think every state gets a bad reputation for something or other. Heck, some folks think that New York is half-filled with a bunch of obnoxious idiots. That’s obviously a pessimistic point of view. An optimist would note that half of New York’s residents are not obnoxious idiots.
Sweet and salty
Watching a little baseball the other night, I noticed about five commercials for a new fast-food “treat.” I believe the primary ingredients included two slabs of chicken, a couple of hunks of cheese and a heaping helping of bacon.