P.A.I.N.

Neal Pollard Problems aren't inherently negative.  Will you remember that? The middle-aged man with the persistent pain goes to the doctor, who discovers the malignant mass and gets him to the surgeon. The man's life is saved by pain. The teenage Christian girl who endures the hurt of breaking up with the boy who is … Continue reading P.A.I.N.

Facing The Storm

Neal Pollard Springtime in the plains is a notorious time for storms. I was driving through northwest Texas near the time when three storm chasers were killed southwest of me on Tuesday afternoon. They died pursuing the storm, not directly because of it. They were there because conditions were ripe for tornadoes. 17 people were … Continue reading Facing The Storm

“What Ever Happened To Toasters?” (*)

Neal Pollard That's what Tidewater resident Laila Cheikh might want to know.  She made a cash withdrawal for her cab company drivers from her Newport News, Virginia, Bank of America branch and got an unexpected "gift."  Someone accidentally included a dye pack, like those given to bank robbers, in her bag of cash.  It exploded, … Continue reading “What Ever Happened To Toasters?” (*)