I’m sure B&P readers are familiar with Mike Firesmith and know of his love for animals, especially the ones he has. His dog Lucas has a bad tumor or his face that will kill him in just a few months if nothing is done. Lucas will undergo surgery on Tuesday at the University of [...]
Our B&P neighbor Maffu (aka Matt Williams) from across the pond has won a songwriting competition with the following entry.
Matt describes this as an original song, written on the fly, that evolved into something completely different to my original intention.
I received an email last night. Dan A. writes.
Im in your city for teh first time ever! Went to the cards game tonight, drank beer waist they won. Flying home late tomorrow. Hope ur well!
B&P neighbor That1chick has a new member of the family. She rescued this beautiful girl on Monday from the Fort Hood Animal Control in Texas near where she lives and works. She hasn’t decided on a name yet but they’re getting along just fine.
I think shelter dogs have a way of knowing [...]
This is our own Bella who might have spent a little too long at the bar.
B&P reader Sander of Kansas City sends along this video of his daughter Allison. The little ham is doing the Harlem Shake.
What the hell is the Harlem Shake? … in case you’re wondering as much as I was.
I had the pleasure of having dinner with Tim S. from Chicago this evening. We met at Bandana’s BBQ, a local favorite here in the St. Louis area. Tim is in the area this week working as a software consultant.
We chatted about movies and TV shows, blogging and of course the weather in [...]
I’d just like to wish all the B&Pers in the neighborhood a Happy Thanksgiving. Well, those of you in the U.S. anyway. To those everywhere else around the world, Happy Thursday!
I’m thankful for those that I have met in person; people who came to the BABBQs like DJ, Richard, Gary & Ariane, Danny & [...]
Tomorrow is election day in the United States of America. It’s the day we choose who will be our president for the next four years. Let’s see how the B&P neighborhood compares to the electorate.
If the election were held today who would you vote to be the next president of the United States?