Some room for flexibility on Halloween
If college students must trick-or-treat, they should at least use some creativity, Steve Ouellette writes.
Zombies win every time
Zombies are better than vampires for many reasons, Steve Ouellette writes.
Wife superior in most every way
Whenever I started to feel completely useless and inferior in the past, I would find solace in my physical superiority, but now my wife has decided to add fitness to her life, Steve Ouellette writes.
Hard to decide when movies are appropriate for kids
Movies are an important thing in my life, and I want to share them with my sons, ages 9 and 11, but I'm never sure when the appropriate time is to show them favorite films from the past, Steve Ouellette writes.
Is waterfront property really more valuable?
I think this is the greatest fraud ever perpetrated on the American people, a decades-long conspiracy by evil real-estate agents, Steve Ouellette writes.
New products promote efficient lifestyle
A new software program that turns off your Internet connection for you to cut down on wasteful work time hits on a subject that deserves further inspection, columnist Steve Ouellette writes.
Caving in to the Smartphone craze
I have no one to blame but myself, and my own weakness, Steve Ouellette writes.
Aging showing through distaste for wild fair rides
The reason I'm declaring my youth over? I have completely lost all desire to go on carnival/amusement park rides that spin at great speeds, writes Steve Ouellette.
Scouting memories, lessons flooding back
After signing kids up for Cub Scouts, it struck me that 44 percent of what I know could be traced back to scouting days, Steve Ouellette writes.
How will future civilizations remember us?
In 2246, what will people read about us in the history books that makes them laugh or frown? Steve Ouellette writes about his 23rd century perspective.
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