Pondering life’s great mysteries . . .

By Tim Timmons Notes scribbled on the back of a Blood, Sweat & Tears poster . . . Why do I pull into a fast-food drive thru knowing: It will take too long I will get irritated when others can’t figure out how two lanes work I’m going to pay too much And I’m going…

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Dear President Biden . . .

By Tim Timmons A couple of years ago I wrote President Trump with a few ideas and suggestions. You know, things like, oh I don’t know, stop breaking his arm patting himself on the back . . . and stop being an insufferable ass. I told him I thought he was doing a good job…

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Interesting question may not have good answer

By Tim Timmons Many thanks to those of you who went out of your way to say you enjoyed the scribblings in this space last week. If you can’t have a little fun at Halloween, when can you? So I’m glad you – or at least some of you – enjoyed it. In fact, one…

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Late night in the press room

By Tim Timmons Halloween’s a few days away and it seems a good time to share a story I’ve never told anyone. Years ago, I was a young sportswriter working late nights and loving every minute of it . . . except being alone in the building after 1 or 2 a.m. There were three…

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Needham works for today, plans for the future

By Tim Timmons Over the years, Montgomery County has been blessed with some fine sheriffs. I’m not going to name names simply because I don’t want to leave anyone out, but the good ones seem to have far outweighed the . . . not so good. Ryan Needham certainly fits into the good category. Needham…

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