5 Things We Know On A Sunday
- There’s bad food choices, and then there’s bad food choices while traveling. I made a lot of bad food choices on the road the last 10 days at the College World Series. Number one? Hotel “complimentary breakfast” eggs. I did it twice while I was there. Proof that if you’re on the road long enough, drained of enough sleep and hungry. . . a man will eat anything. I paid dearly each time.
- I don’t care how nice a hotel is, the TV remote will always be crappy and the refrigerator will never be large enough to hold a decent size box of left-over pizza.
- I’ve spent the equivalent of a month of my life in Omaha over the last few years and I’ve yet to have a Runza sandwich. I do not feel bad about this. At all.
- Toll Roads should be outlawed. The man who runs for President or Governor with this platform and perhaps this platform alone would win going away.
- The best part about going on the road? Coming home to my front porch and family. Like Robert Earl Keen said, “This old porch is just a long time waiting and forgetting
And remembering the coming back, not crying ’bout the leaving”