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Glynn Moore is a columnist for The Augusta Chronicle. You can write to him at The Augusta Chronicle, P.O. Box 1928, Augusta, GA 30903. Call (706) 823-3419 or send e-mail to glynn.moore@augustachronicle.com.
Glynn Moore

Latest Column

With nature's help, we don't have to think
Web-posted 01/25/10
Some days are diamonds, some days are stone. Some days you're the windshield, some days you're the bug. Some days ... well, you get the idea.

Previous Columns

Latest epidemic is a heavy burden
Web-posted 01/18/10
A terrible epidemic is quite literally spreading across the United States. It gets big play on the evening news, where medical officials update us, over ominous-sounding music, about the Obesity Epidemic.
Sherlock Holmes' game is afoot once more
Web-posted 01/11/10
Have you ever stopped to consider how dreary the world would be without Sherlock Holmes? Even today, decades after he retired from crime-solving to tend bees in the south of England, his legend continues to thrive in books, on television and in a new motion picture.
GPS is my co-pilot, so pray for us
Web-posted 01/04/10
Before Christmas, I told my wife that I suspected the kids were planning to give me a GPS navigation system for my car. It was only a matter of time, I reasoned, because they all know that I have the sense of direction of a blindfolded, drunken airline pilot.
Don't mess with success in the new year
Web-posted 12/28/09
Have you made your New Year's resolutions yet? No? I haven't either, because I have come to realize that if you live long enough you pretty well become accustomed to the way you are and find it tedious to try remaking your body, behavior and mind.
Timely snow would make Christmas story complete
Web-posted 12/21/09
I wish it would snow. A white Christmas, just once. A winter wonderland. Perfect for dashing through. For throwing. For sliding on. For catching, one flake at a time, on our tongues.
Here's hoping criminals get jobs back
Web-posted 12/14/09
News reports keep telling me the recession is over, or at least ending, but if that's the case, why won't my wife let me write a check once in a while?
Granddaughter carries on family tradition
Web-posted 12/07/09
Christmas came early for our 10-year-old granddaughter, Karson . She attended her first concert, a performance in Columbia by teen singing sensation Miley Cyrus , who also is known as Hannah Montana in movies and on TV.
TV news ads aging with viewers
Web-posted 11/30/09
Even as a child, I would watch the evening news on the TV networks. I can remember Chet Huntley and David Brinkley on NBC, and Douglas Edwards and later Walter Cronkite on CBS.
Don't call yourself bad names
Web-posted 11/23/09
A reader from Alaska wrote in, asking why politicians and authors don't consult the dictionary before embarking on their sundry campaigns.
No one should buy these sales tactics
Web-posted 11/16/09
In the supermarket last week, I reached for a bottle of mustard but put it down after spotting a second bottle from the same manufacturer whose label boasted "14 percent more!"
It's good to call a house your own
Web-posted 11/09/09
During this season of intense leaf-raking, which I prefer to call a national emergency, I am once again reminded that occasionally there are advantages to renting instead of owning a home.
Superheroes don't die; they just get holey
Web-posted 11/02/09
When Nolan visits us, he often runs up to me and says, "Papa, let's put on our Superman shirts."

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