Something must be done about lightning
Lightning generally kills more people a year than hurricanes or tornadoes, Steve Ouellette writes.
World's Best Dad? No chance
Columnist Steve Ouellette reflects on shortcomings as a father.
You Had to Ask: Missing the cicadas invasion
Just because something happens rarely doesn't mean that I care to see it, columnist Steve Ouellette writes.
Passwords becoming too complicated
Variety of rules for creating a good password makes it impossible to remember them all, let alone pick one, Steve Ouellette writes.
A lesson in luck
Tragic episode should serve to provide the rest of us with important lessons about life, and carnivals, Steve Ouellette writes.
Response to skateboarding column shocking
Nearly 150 angry, profane emails filled mailbox since last column, headlined "Skateboarders are taking over the streets," columnist Steve Ouellette writes.
Skateboarders are taking over streets
In his latest column, Steve Ouellette writes about how "kids" should get out of the middle of the road while he's trying to drive on it.
Getting old stinks
Awkward twist when trying to grab a bin full of newspapers leads to lower back pain and questions of signs to come, Steve Ouellette writes.
Blinding me with science
Many of us don't understand it; some even fear it. Science, however, is responsible for virtually everything we have in some way, shape or form, humor columnist Steve Ouellette writes.
2012 Oscar picks announced
Columnist Steve Ouellette predicts winners of tonight's award show.
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