The Olympics are over. I always wish they would last a month. I was glad, however, to watch other TV shows for a change. There are a lot of shows in the summer like “Falling Skies” I enjoy.
It’s the regular season I don’t enjoy too much. There are some shows I just can’t understand how people watch. Comedies like “Two Broke Girls” and “Two and One Half Men” seem like they are meant for teenage kids. The jokes are not even funny.
Do the writers think everyone is 21 and under? Thank God at least football season starts in less than a month. (I bet some of you are not as thrilled about that as I am!)
Good news. Our website it back up. It seemed to be down forever. I guess there are viruses we just can’t control. I’m not computer savvy enough to understand where and why these darn viruses hit a website. I just know they are annoying. Thanks for your patience and understanding during that time.
Be sure to check out our site when you can at www.nbcityjournal.com.
I told you last week that we will not have a paper next week. The paper will be closed for vacation for one week. We will be back with an edition on Aug. 31. Feel free to continue to send materials to our email at firstname.lastname@example.org. I will check it out everyday and I will post timely news on our website as needed.
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Just so you know there are about 75 days until Halloween. (yep, I’m thinking football and the holidays already) Last year Halloween was not really celebrated in New Britain. Instead we had a snowstorm that knocked out power for a week. I think this year the City of New Britain should do something big to celebrate it. Do you have any ideas?
We all talk about technology and call it all kinds of cool names. Here is my funny thought from Facebook about one of these so called inventions.
Smart phone! I’ll call it a “smart phone” the day I yell, “Where’s my freaking phone?!” and it answers, “I’m here! Under your jacket!”
That’ll show me how smart it really is. Until then, it’s just a phone.
Until next week, keep your phone where you can find it because it’s not going to tell you where it is and keep reading YOUR #1 Weekly newspaper!