Default Action: directlink
Default Link Follow: nofollow
Default Link Target: newtab
Default Link Color is defined : #213654
I fell in love with words while confined to a hospital bed for eight eternally long weeks after I foolishly broke my neck one summer day lifeguarding in Atlantic City, NJ–everyone but myself! It was a silly, almost slapstick diving accident while I was a young lifeguard in the popular resort where my dad … More From Here Cometh My Love for Words
I don’t know Sen. Joe Manchin, but he strikes me as a stand-up senator who is just looking out for a major constituency in his state of West Virginia, the coal miners and their families who probably voted for him. Makes sense, I guess. But is Sen. Manchin not seeing the havoc and suffering climate … More The senator fueling opposition to Biden’s climate plan favors warming America with coal. Is coal also warming his wallet?
Often when I meet people, I’m asked if I’m related to Steve Madden, the shoe guy, or the football guru and game creator John Madden. No, but I did meet big John once at the then Bing Crosby Golf Tournament in Pebble Beach, CA . At the time I was representing Bing’s wife, Kathryn Crosby, … More FROM MADDEN MISCHIEF TO MADDEN MUSINGS
They’re little white message boards I find inhabiting my wallet like sleeping cave dwellers fearful of coming out into a barren wasteland ruled by facemasks and social distancers. Today if you gave someone your business card, they’d be looking for a Kleenex tissue before they touch it. I was just thinking I not only haven’t … More CAN SOMEBODY TELL ME WHAT THESE ARE FOR?
Talk about being “subtle,” how’d you like to be that sissy letter “b” in belittling words like “subtle?” Can you imagine what it’s like being the lonely, silent “B” in “B-quiet” words like “doubt,” or “debt” or “debtor?” It’s about as sissy-subtle as a letter can get. No, I’d want to be a bold “b” … More HEY, DON’T BELITTLE B
A zest for drama, potboilers and brinksmanship appear innate in politicians, something they have deep down inside them that wants to come out and play! Our political leaders don’t want to just win, they want to vanquish, score a triumph, a knockout, pull off a last-minute historic victory, like Tom Brady behind in the points, … More IS THERE ENOUGH BRADY IN BIDEN TO WIN THE inSUPERable BOWL* WILL MCCONNELL INTERCEPT THE PASS IN THE END ZONE AND SCORE A GOP TD?
This pandemic has made many of us overweight, or to put it more geographically, we’re a fatter Nation. Here’s my broccoli-filled strategy to rescue Americans who are looking more and more rotunda working virtually or just existing at home not far from those fattening refrigerators? Forced to stay home so much hiding from COVID, many … More A SURE-FIRE WAY TO LOSE WEIGHT IS TO ‘MAKE FOOD BORING!’
“Dursturbed” was TransMedia’s contribution to the cover of now one of the hottest books in the country – Sex and the Serial Killer: My Bizarre Times with Robert Durst For media inquiries, interview requests, speaking engagements, contact TransMedia Group 561-750-9800 or email direct at firstname.lastname@example.org. Besides an inveterate blogger, Tom Madden is an author of countless published … More National Enquirer Reports Convicted Murderer Robert Durst Once Tried to Hire as Hit Man TransMedia Group Author Client William Steel
I’ll make this a short and sweet drive to shout out my car window “Thank you, Miami Dade” for making Dixie Highway history, at least in your part of Florida. Finally, the roadway there was officially renamed Harriet Tubman Highway. While I would have preferred the more alliterative “Harriet Highway” as I suggested in a … More Hooray! Another victory against racism!
Chancellor of Germany Angela Merkel will be retiring this month after 16 years as one of the world’s most respected leaders and probably the busiest. Even when in power, she still does her own grocery shopping. Now with her conservative Christian Democratic Unition party losing to the left-leaning Social Democrats in the parliamentary election, she’ll … More Angela Merkel Shopping Before Checking Out as Chancellor