The Gift of a Lifetime…Literally

Written for wtad.com by Bobbe White 2/02/17 After his dad, Jim, died last year, Ted Johnson was cleaning out his father’s possessions, when he ran across an LP album. The record label was titled, “Irv Schecter: This is your life.” It was recorded in 1957, by H & H studios, 638 Maine St., Quincy IL. Irv… Continue reading The Gift of a Lifetime…Literally

Adultiquette: Sniglets for Couth After Youth

WTAD.COM WHITE PAGES 1/26/17 Bobbe White ADULTIQUETTE- Sniglets for Couth, after Youth (snig’-lit): n. A word, as defined by Rich Hall, American comedian, that doesn’t appear in the dictionary, but should. During his TV comedy series, Not Necessarily the News (1986-88), Sniglets became so popular, he wrote Sniglets, which has sold over 2 million copies.… Continue reading Adultiquette: Sniglets for Couth After Youth

Just Say “THROW” (it away!)

The White Pages, by Bobbe White                                                                                                  … Continue reading Just Say “THROW” (it away!)

Why I Avoided Classic High School Lit Class

Where were the guidance counselors when I signed up for classes? Where were my parents? Who let me avoid some of the most important subjects of my foundation? In short, I was afraid of being bored, a classic teenage fear! Now, it makes me angry, that as a fifteen, sixteen, and seventeen year-old, I was… Continue reading Why I Avoided Classic High School Lit Class