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Grocery Store Madness

Grocery Store Madness

Coronamageddon is upon us. The stores are being raided by terrified citizens in search of toilet paper to withstand a respiratory illness.  But I’m ready. I’ve got Pez. Though the virus is no laughing matter, the way some people are responding certainly is....

Rise of the Lederhosen Mafia

Rise of the Lederhosen Mafia

Cyril Langley made the front page of the Indianapolis News, the Carmel Bugle, and USA Today. He also has more than four million (as of this writing) views of the incident on YouTube. He can't wait to actually watch it himself when he gets out of jail. The video was...

Down Goes The Mayor

Down Goes The Mayor

A New Tales From a Roundabout Story Cooper Langley brushed the debris off his shoulder and surveyed the damage he had caused. His Jeep had come to rest on a sidewalk leading away from the roundabout he had driven through. “Through” being the operative word as Cooper...

The Real (Sort of) History of Thanksgiving

The Real (Sort of) History of Thanksgiving

It’s good to be an American this week. We have this wonderful tradition called Thanksgiving. It’s a day of family and food and football and more food. It’s a day of remembering our blessings. So, I thought I would provide this little public service as a way of saying...

Episode 6: Saving Seats

Episode 6: Saving Seats

Episode 6: Saving Seats On the morning of June 20th, twenty-two alarm clocks went off at precisely 4 AM at the Serenity Senior Living Center in Carmel. William Ketring forgot why he had set his alarm and commenced to beating it with his cane until it was in pieces. He...

Tales From a Roundabout: Tomb of the Unknown Roadie

Tales From a Roundabout: Tomb of the Unknown Roadie

John Myers was the least outspoken of the twelve members of Carmel City Council. He tended to go along with the majority and shied away from controversy. He owned an independent commercial real estate company that did well enough to keep him on billboards throughout...