Andy didn’t order any Girl Scout Cookies from people he knows mostly because he doesn’t like the waiting for them aspect. He does wonder, though, who you get your Thin Mint fix from.
Snapchat as GrandmaEleanor. Andy gives his review.Can old people learn how to use the Internet? Hell yes! Cyber-Seniors is a 3 1/2 star documentary showing what it’s like to teach them, and before you know it you might be Shura Eadie in the movie making grilled cheese on YouTube, or Andy’s Mom-in-Law, in his life, discovering
The passing of Ernie Banks brought out an outpouring of comments and postings about the legacy, kindness, and enthusiasm of Ernie Banks. Andy has a story of his own even though he never met the man, and wonders about you and Ernie Banks.
Andy used to have a brown refrigerator back at the old homestead when he was growing up, although you would be hard-pressed to know it was brown with all of the crap his mom had stuck on it. He wonders if you might know the color of your refrigerator.
Andy was born in May, is a Taurus, and therefore is stubborn and likes gardening. He would have money, or at least a focus for making money, so says his horoscope, except he’s missing one thing, namely a workaholic sibling. He wonders if you are one of the lucky ones because it might lead to riches.
If you have ever wondered what it would be like to stuck to your brother or sister for all of your life, “Bound by Flesh” is a great documentary showing the challenges faced, especially in the days when “Freakery sells.” Andy gives it 4 stars out of 5.
Andy has shoplifted, at least according the anti-shoplifting detectors, and figures you probably have as well. Sometimes he wonders how those detectors actually work, but this time he wonders about your actions when the alarms go off.
Andy nearly spit out his coffee when he saw the magazine covers, but his wife failed to see the humor in his new-found funny. Andy wonders about funny being shot down, but mostly if you find this picture funny.
It took a while for Andy to get over seeing parents feed Cheerios to little toddlers, but it’s doubtful he’ll ever agree with feeding fast-food hash browns to a three year old.
Left with bags of candy, Andy is beginning to think that the stories of masses of trick-or-treaters is just propaganda perpetrated by the candy companies. He’s left with bags of candy to eat, but wonders about the throngs of little kids that made it to your house.