Wednesday, November 25, 2015

If you're a conventional farm policy person - as most farm leaders and members of Congress are - Daryll Ray is becoming your biggest pain in the neck.

So many things in this world keep right on changing, but one thing remains constant. We will age, some gracefully, some fighting the inevitable every step of the way.

As if we needed further proof that celebrities are, in fact, pure evil, we have Gwyneth Paltrow nattering on in a recent issue of The British Mirror: "(Having a baby) changed the way I see the world,'' she told a reporter.

Maybe you consider yourself a good employer. Maybe your employees believe so. Or, maybe not. If you have had difficulty managing employees, it may be useful to learn some things you can do to become a better employer.

If a few American dairy processors have their way with the agbiz-pliant U.S. Department of Agriculture, American consumers will be buying milk, cheese and other dairy products altered with items not approved as food ingredients by the Food and Drug Administration.

I tuck my two teenage children in bed several nights a week. At least I go into their bedrooms and pretend I can't see the "Oh Mom!" roll of the eyes as I sit on their beds.

Think back on your favorite book or your favorite movie, and I'd be willing to bet there was one mighty aggravating character you just loved to hate.

How does that old song go? Send in the clowns

The new CAT in the barn is one that can turn around and bite you, if it doesn't get your attention soon.

Watching the TV commercial where the Cottonelle puppy chases an unfurling roll of toilet paper across the house left me wondering again where our toilet paper is disappearing.