Posted March 22, 2013 By Kevin Knauss
Over the next ten years I would be a fairly ardent collector of any Simpsons’ item that fell within my budget and appealed to my sense of humor.
Filed in History, Humor, Kevin Knauss, The Simpsons | Tagged: collectibles, collection, comic books, dolls, figures, food, posters, The Simpsons, toys, trading cards
Posted February 10, 2013 By Kevin Knauss
The autumnal sun drops low in the horizon and lights up the lichen and moss covering the tree trunks and branches.
Filed in Granite Bay, Hiking, History, Kevin Knauss | Tagged: Bee, Contest, Essay, Folsom, lake, mountain biking, Sacramento, Trail Running
Posted December 2, 2012 By Kevin Knauss
My house, and a couple of others which had the original creek bed in the back yards, see this surging drain water seek the lowest elevation through side yards to the original Linda Creek.
Filed in Community, Flood, Granite Bay, Kevin Knauss | Tagged: 2012, Bronson, Flood, Granite Bay, Hill, Mooney, Pendleton, Placer County
Posted October 24, 2012 By Kevin Knauss
Panisse is fried chick pea flour and originates from the south of France. The steamy mush smelled like wet chicken manure.
Posted October 15, 2012 By Kevin Knauss
The prospect of being homeless with no place to turn is a huge motivator for women to stay with abusive men.
Posted October 7, 2012 By Kevin Knauss
Airbrushing out facial blemishes on student pictures should not be an option. When we create artificial pictures through airbrushing, we create artificial lives.
Posted August 28, 2012 By Kevin Knauss
My “fire in the belly”, as sales professionals call it, has been extinguished. I’ll stick to what makes the passion bubble inside of me which is helping and educating people.
Filed in Businesss, Kevin Knauss, Life | Tagged: blogging, health, insurance, interest, lack, life, lost, marketing, medicare, sales
Posted July 22, 2012 By Kevin Knauss
The significant downside to opinion blogging is that you alienate people. While I am never intentionally mean, I am sure I have lost more business than I have gained by my blog posts.
Posted July 17, 2012 By Kevin Knauss
The folks that are willing to dress in white, duct tape the mouth and bear the tattoo are only the tip of the iceberg for truth and justice. There are many who can not stand in the photographers flash for fear of reprisal. At this family reunion, we stand in their place and earnestly proclaim, let there be NOH8.