At last, the inaugural Rantastic article is upon us. I feel like this new category of compliation-type posts will really become a big part of the blog, so we'll see how it goes. I've had a lot on my mind lately, with the holidays fast approaching and such. The holiday season comes with its share of ups and downs, or just downs if you're not into that sort of thing. You won't find Dirty prancing around in a sweater eating gingerbread cookies any time soon, but I do tend to get into the "holiday spirit" if you will, at least as much as a disgruntled auto mechanic can possibly get into it. One thing you're always sure to be angry at with the coming of the holiday season is the horrendous traffic that comes with it. If that isn't enough to get your blood boiling, a terrible Thanksgiving or Christmas dinner will damn sure make matters worse. And if nothing else, Christmas shoppers will definitely push you way over the edge. Lemme preach on it:
Monday, November 17, 2014
Posted: 10:34 PM
So, basically I'm stuck at an "in between" point, where what I have to say is entirely too long for a Facebook post, yet not long enough for a full-length article. To make matters even more complicated, I find myself juggling too many topics at once, and I'm equally eager to write an article about each one, but I simply don't have the time. I differ from my uncle in that while we both would rather go a long time without posting rather than posting something that is not of good quality just to keep our respective sites updated, I am constantly looking for a way to avoid BOTH, and I believe I may have found it: I give the Chuck.0 audience, Rantastic.
Saturday, September 13, 2014
Posted: 6:19 PM
I've been working at my local Ford dealership for almost a year now. As with any job it has its ups and downs, but for the most part I enjoy it. While I do have a few successful side projects, such as my lawn company which serves Russell and Lee Counties in Alabama as well as Muscogee County in Georgia (yeah I just plugged myself, so what), I honestly couldn't see my self doing anything else full time for a living.