Internet in the 1980’s-1990’s

You have to admit that this is funny.  The people from Squirrel Monkey have come up with old computer programs from our favorite websites.  What if Facebook, Twitter, Google, and Angry Birds […]


Children Are Reading More!

This is an exciting new study that has come out recently.  According to the Association of American Publishers.  More books under the young adult and children categories have been sold in January 2012 vs. January 2011. http://www.publishers.org/press/62/ The total […]


Animation Monday: Superhero Blocks

Recently we have been seeing new superhero themed blocks on Cartoon Network and Disney XD.  Cartoon Network started first; their block called DC Nation consists of the shows Green Lantern: the Animated Series and […]


Sunday Discussion: The People I Would Love to Meet

Yeah I know this is a little late.  I spent all day Sunday changing over from Young’s Blog to Geek Alabama.  But with the launch of Geek Alabama, A Guy’s Cuisine, Traffic […]


Animation Monday: Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood

Everyone should remember the show Mister Rogers Neighborhood on PBS.  Fred Rogers was a great success on his show.  We saw him on each episode enter his home and while singing Won’t […]


Anniston Land Company Demolition

This morning the city of Anniston began to demolish the Anniston Land Company Building. This building which has been around for 100+ years is about to be history.  This is a sad […]


Fire at Cecil’s Public House

http://www.alexcityoutlook.com/2012/03/17/102472/ Early Saturday morning Cecil’s Public House in Alexander City caught fire.  The restaurant is a total loss.  This was one of the best restaurants in the entire city.  I often enjoyed the blacken and fried catfish.  The restaurant was […]


A Day with Connie Schultz

When you do not have a job right now.  Yes it has been over seven months now since my last job.  And I am still looking for my 14th job in the […]


Newt Gingrich in Alabama

Newt Gingrich made a appearance in Pell City on Wednesday.  The crowd inside the Pell City Civic Center was huge and at standing room only.  Newt Gingrich talked about two big issues during his […]


Roadscapes Wednesday: Tredegar Road in Jacksonville

So this week I want to take you to a little known landmark in this area.  This tunnel on Tredegar Rd. near Jacksonville,AL is something else.  You would think that this is […]

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