Archive: August, 2020

In Praise of Klutzes

Posted by OrdinaryJoe - August 30, 2020 - Features
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Klutzes of the world, unite! There is an article in the Atlantic arguing that coronavirus has made klutzes out of everyone. The author gave a chronicle of his pratfalls over the past several months. Almost since the day I first put on my big boy underwear, I knew I was a klutz. I remember stumbling […]

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A Strange Kentucky Derby

Posted by OrdinaryJoe - August 23, 2020 - Features
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This year the Kentucky Derby will not be decadent and depraved. America’s most famous horse race will be run during the Labor Day weekend without fans. I am a fan of horse racing. I think going to the track is far more fun than going to a casino. I like sitting in the sun, studying […]

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Ordinary Joe and the Vice-Presidency

Posted by OrdinaryJoe - August 16, 2020 - Features, Politics
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Oh, no, I’m not Joe Biden’s vice-presidential pick. Since Mike Pence isn’t going anywhere, I won’t be President Trump’s veep, either. Heck, even Kayne West probably wouldn’t consider me to his second banana. During the last presidential campaign, I gave out my reasons why I would be an ideal vice-presidential nominee: Several times in this […]

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