I’m late with this, and I’m sorry. If you’re old enough and lived either in Buffalo, NY or Richmond, VA, you probably grew up listening to Shane Gibson who can be described as a legendary rock DJ in both markets. He usually didn’t use his last name on the air, instead calling himself “Shane Brother Shane,” or “the Cosmic Cowboy.” It was my honor to work with Shane, briefly, near the beginning of my relatively brief radio career, at WLEE in Richmond. Shane passed away last February at the age of 78. In his later years, he was a golf instructor. RIP Shane. You were a heck of a talent, a real original, and I’m one of many who miss you.
In June, Dairy Queen advertised that the Blizzard of the Month was made with Thin Mint Girl Scout Cookies. I thought I had missed out, but I didn’t. I was in my local DQ earlier this month, and apparently the Thin Mint Blizzard is available all summer. So, I bought one.
I have a four-year-old computer printer. It works fine, but for some reason, it decided to disconnect from the internet on Wednesday. Connecting that printer to the internet is pretty damned complicated. I hope they’ve improved the error messages and the way Brothers printers connect since I got the one I own. That’s the only thing I really don’t like about mine.
Nobody consulted me on this. They probably shouldn’t have bothered anyway because I don’t patronize Arby’s all that often. But Arby’s has eliminated potato cakes from the menu. I liked those and I’m sorry they’re gone.