Monthly Archives: June 2013

Daddy Llama Re-enters the Workforce

The big news this past week was that The Llama has returned to the steady-scheduled world of the full-time employed. Say it ain’t so I know, but it’s true. It has been a long haul since grad school to reach … Continue reading

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Price Hill Chili in Cincinnati is Worth Discovering

One of the benefits I’ve noticed since moving back to the Central Kentucky region is I have more opportunities to explore the food and culture of the surrounding regions. I used to visit Cincinnati for the occasional Reds baseball game, … Continue reading

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Former Ag Chief and Kentucky Wildcat, Richie Farmer, Indicted by Feds

I appreciate that Republican Richie Farmer, the former commissioner of agriculture in the Commonwealth of Kentucky, has not yet been convicted of any crime, but a federal grand jury has indicted him, and they don’t indict lightly. Farmer is charged … Continue reading

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Kentucky Wildcats Sign Best Recruiting Class In History

Congratulations are due again to the Louisville Cardinals for their run to a basketball championship this past season. Louisville had one of the great college-level teams I’ve seen in some years. They were balanced with veteran leadership, skill players, young … Continue reading

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(A Tale of Boy Scouts, Camping and Arson) I flew home Friday for my little brother’s birthday. He’s not so little anymore, but turning 38 is close enough to 40 that it deserves a proper celebration. Besides, my everyday home … Continue reading

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