It's The Pitts

It's the Pitts: Umbrellas And Long Necks

Back in the days when there were a lot more snakes people drank their whiskey straight. FULL STORY »

It's the Pitts: Self-Taught

Just my luck, I missed out on two of the greatest concepts in education: the one-room schoolhouse and homeschooling. Me? I was too busy going to school to get a great education. FULL STORY »

It's the Pitts: Seconds anyone?

Two entomology professors from the Netherlands are happier than a centipede with new shoes that insects are starting to show up on menus at fancy restaurants in places like London and New York. FULL STORY »

It's the Pitts: Dead giveaway

There has been a marked increase in trust funds for pets after the “Queen of Mean,” Leona Helmsley, died and left a $12 million trust fund for her Maltese Poodle FULL STORY »

It's The Pitts: Communities of strangers

Newspapers tell us the news, they aren’t supposed to be in the news. Sadly, that’s the case as I read more and more pundits predicting the end of newsprint. Many newspapers, it seems, won’t even be around to carry their own obituaries. FULL STORY »

It's the Pitts: Wannabes

I see them at almost every sale I go to, people who for some reason think that the auction business is glamorous and that they want very much to be a part of it. I don’t know why auctions attract wannabes, but they do, like flies to cow pies. FULL STORY »

It's The Pitts: Wannabes

I see them at almost every sale I go to, people who for some reason think that the auction business is glamorous and that they want very much to be a part of it. I don’t know why auctions attract wannabes, but they do, like flies to cow pies. FULL STORY »

It's The Pitts: The First Dog

After his first 500 days in The White House we thought it was time to check in on Bo, the First Dog. Here’s a transcript of our recent chat with Obama’s dog.

Q. So Bo, how is life in The White House. FULL STORY »

It's The Pitts: Stayin’ Put

As I’ve mentioned before, I like to read obituaries. I figure if someone has gone to all the trouble of living their life the least I can do is spend a few moments reading about it. Recently I was reading the obituaries in one of the great periodicals that runs my column, The Fence Post, about Clarence Nichols Jr. who lived to the grand old age of 91 years.
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It's The Pitts: A Dog Named Six

There is more than a slight possibility that this column will alienate, incriminate and exasperate two groups of folks with extremely thin skin: women and horse trainers. These are not normally people you’d want to irritate because they’ve been known to retaliate, but I’ve never been one to use good judgment where a good story was concerned. FULL STORY »

It's The Pitts: This Just-In

Every time my friend who works in TV comes to my house with all his techno-gadgetry he makes me feel like a cave dweller in the dark ages. So when he came by the last time I made sure the TV was turned to a video cattle sale. FULL STORY »

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