Earlier this month, Dictionary.com added over 400 words to its online database, and at least one of those entries caused a stink among social media users, along with everything to ever take place in the observable universe.
Working from home the past year — God, it’s really been that long — certainly has its advantages.
Ever order from a drive-thru alone and suddenly feel self-conscious as you pull up to pay and get your bag-o-burgers?
YouTube: A cesspool of conspiracy theorists, those who run video diaries that are about as exciting as changing a lightbulb, clickbait thumbnails/video titles, viral “challenges” and little snot-nosed kids who make more than my annual salary in a month doing nothing more than opening toys, n…
I have no problem in admitting when I’m wrong. Sure, I don’t like it when I am wrong, but I will acknowledge those situations.
If my waistline is any indication, Thanksgiving is obviously my favorite holiday. And if this column gives you any indication I use drugs, I assure you I do not.
You may think that the only way to ease traffic is to widen roads, improve intersections and the like, but even Mrs. Daily Commuter and Mr. Out-On-Errands can mitigate congestion that we all suffer as a result of living in north Metro Atlanta. So, I’ll be your expert on the subject, because …