It’s not your fault. It’s not personal. You have a job. I hope you can keep it. But nothing you can say– nothing you can offer– will persuade me to stay with DirecTV. Can’t be done. Have a nice day, Marica ~~ DirecTV/AT&T decided it/they didn’t want to renew its/their contract with our local ABC
“ARE YOU F-ING KIDDING ME? THAT WAS EXCESSIVE CELEBRATION? UNSPORTSMAN-LIKE CONDUCT?” I am not an LSU fan. I am certainly not a fan of That School Up North. BUT ARE YOU KIDDING ME? Two calls in a row?? Let’s just play tiddlywinks. Neither of those two calls was justified. Please note my formal protest against
Here is what I said on November 16, 2013: Imagine having a team that’s destined to go 4-8 and having the opportunity to see the #1 team in the nation. At 4-5 the excitement is long gone for State. But, Alabama! Should be fun, right? Wrong. State’s now 4-6. Bama’s now 10-0. And we are
Not from where I was sitting. Aside from the tailgate– which was very good– the game was a complete bust. Imagine having a team that’s destined to go 4-8 and having the opportunity to see the #1 team in the nation. At 4-5 the excitement is long gone for State But, Alabama! Should be fun,
I shucked 96 ears of corn. The husks filled up the wheelbarrow. When Mr. Big Food got home, we cut the ears in half and packaged them, 10 pieces to a bag. Pell City, AL We had supper, read our sentences, and commenced to cutting up and packaging sausage. 30 pounds of sausage Out! Out
We conducted some local business this morning. 10 gallons of water. 96 ears of corn. 2 big tubes of butter. Salt. 6 things of Zatarans. 1 case of #10 cans of potatoes. 21 bottles of tartar sauce. 1 case of cocktail sauce. Storage bags. 40 pounds or so of sausage. 2 dozen lemons. Black trash bags.
Episode 3This is the third year in a row Mr. Big Food & Co. will be hosting a tailgate for a State game. This one’s before the LSU game so he’s doing a shrimp boil– shrimp, potatoes, corn cobs, sausage, seasonings (without shrimp and sausage for the vegans). Tomorrow, Mr. Big Food and I will
MSU Baseball ‘Welcome Home’ Celebration set June 26, 2013 Celebrating the best season by any team in school history, the Mississippi State athletic department invites fans to Dudy Noble Field this Thursday [June 27], at 7 p.m., to celebrate the 2013 national finalists Mississippi State Bulldog baseball team. Gates open at 5 p.m. and admission
Last Friday was a BIG day in Starkvegas– the Mississippi State Baseball Dawgs advanced to the World Series of Baseball! And I just happened to be in ‘Vegas to capture the excitement! It’s been a while since I’ve traveled to Euro-America, but here in Redneck America The South, we do enjoy us some balcony bars. Not
As I mentioned, Mr. Big Food and I went to a Dawgs practice late yesterday afternoon. It was educational. This is the new artificial turf practice field. I learned that the team should practice on the same field type as their Away opponents. (Truth be told, I know this already but I did learn what
And, you know, practice makes perfect! Truth be told, if practice makes a winning season next year, we’d be happy. I took many photos. I am not a photographer. I am not a sports photographer. It’s going to take a cup of coffee and a piece of pound cake for me to sort through my
Cheese! Mr. Big Food’s Family left for the Sovereign State of Texas this morning. They took almost all of their fishing equipment with them!* But left us with some fine adult beverages and fond memories of good times. Thank you! All y’all come back, now– hear! *Yes. That statement does deserve an exclamation point!
Texas A&M leads, and not even 1/2 time. This is not good for a number of reasons, not the least of which is that Mr. Big Food is at the game with Mr. Big Food’s Mom, Mr. Big Food’s Dad, Mr. Big Food’s Aunt, and Mr. Big Food’s Uncle. Mr. Big Food is a State
I should have taken some photos while in S’vegas today but I didn’t. So this one at AR-15 will have to suffice: Places and People all over Starkvegas are sporting “We Believe 8-0” signs. For the Record, Dudes & Dudettes, I’m hoping we win. But Hoping and Believing isn’t going to change the fact that
There’s some video below. I had a chance to chat with Critz at the tailgate. (Mr. Big Food’s Vegetarian Squash Dressing was a BIG hit and a nice compliment to the grilled sausages, by the way.) Critz asked if I was a Democrat and I found his question sort of odd, as Critz has been a
Company arrived shortly after 8am and the male folk set off for the game. Leaving us female folk to enjoy our morning coffee and load up the truck. Thanks to Mr. Bruno & Lique, and a note from Walter to the Parking Patrol folks, set up went well. Joe (L) and Albert (R) volunteered to