Category: Rooster Tales

Rooster Tales

April 5, 2013 | 1 Comment
Rooster Tales

America has lost its decency, manners, politeness…………….and soon without quick changes, character! Many moons and tens of thousands of miles have passed since adding a post to the Roostertales.  If you are on the internet, ‘forwarded emails’ are a great way to enhance your communications with a variety of themes from folks all over the […]

Gladstone’s Tradition Is More Than A Happy Rock…

May 31, 2012 | 10 Comments
Gladstone's Tradition Is More Than A Happy Rock...

Don’t let the title fool ya…the purpose of this ‘R-tales’ rests solely with the little league ball players and their respective importance in extending the ‘Baseball Tradition’ in Wausa. If you ask any of our Wausa players about baseball tradition you may get a weird stare in response.  Tradition to them may be nothing more […]

Rustr talz… “Euro-friendly language enlightens for simplicity”

November 14, 2011 | No Comments
Rustr talz…   “Euro-friendly language enlightens for simplicity"

It has been quite awhile since having penned anything in the ‘Tales’, so will take the easy way back into your website.  As most know, I’ve had complete knee surgery which has not exactly been a walk in the park.  Everybody has different rates of recovery and use, which for sure has been more than […]

Rooster tales: ‘Are ya Ready For Some (old-style) Football???

August 15, 2011 | 2 Comments
Rooster tales:   ‘Are ya Ready For Some (old-style) Football???

While I’m not sure how my thoughts about the ‘stacking street cups’ video found its way under the response to ‘early school news’, I guess it still remains a question for some science students and therefore appropriate. Each and every student is dearly appreciated and will be given the best chance to become a continuing-learner […]

Rooster Tales:Watch the Watcher Get Ticked!

May 11, 2011 | 1 Comment
Rooster Tales:Watch the Watcher Get Ticked!

This edition of the Tales was not planned (like most are?), however, I’m easily amused at a boat-load of things including folks who throw gobs of numbers at you.   They also expect you to understand them like they do, you know, like teaching a kid to see the rotating seams of an 85 mph fastball […]