Thoughts From Richmond Airport, USA
-Does anyone really watch all the reruns of “Saved By The Bell” that run all morning on television?
-Why is the air-conditioning turned on full-blast, everywhere…in December?
-Why can’t they open a Rite Aid in Paris? I love a drugstore that sells yogurt, socks, and clocks with singing Bass.
-What insane person first decided to manufacture yogurt with gelatin in it?
-I am certain that Tyra Banks is a Vulcan.
-I am certain that Larry King will one day peel off his head and reveal himself to be an alien intent on sucking the content from American minds.
-Does anyone actually finish one of those jumbo caramel-flavored coffees with a pile of whipped cream from Starbucks?
-Does anyone actually buy a copy of USA Today or do the same copies float from person to person at airports?
-Why does Oprah appearing as a guest of David Letterman make national news headlines?
-It’s so easy to forget how vibrant and beautiful the colors of the changing leaves are when you drive around the east coast of America.
-Next year for Thanksgiving, I will give thanks there’s no French equivalent of Nancy Grace.
-Thank goodness for Starbucks.
Say what you want, but before they came along, it was impossible to get a decent cup of coffee almost anywhere in America when on the road.
-Three arguments why Americans should be constitutionally prohibited from making “croissants”…