Jon Dawson's bi-weekly column has been a feature of the Kinston Free Press since 2008. Whether chronicling the antics of perpetually inebriated Free Press concierge Paulette Burroughs or Leroy Bin Laden's qJ'had'er Doneq movement, Dawson never shys away from the tough questions: - How did a door-to-door door salesman become the first male Rockette? - Why did the Kinston Free Press add vitamin C to their ink? - Why did Santa make his deer wear bullet-proof vests? - Why did Amnesty International storm a minature golf course? - How did Bill O'Riley and Keith Olberman bond over a gigolo? - Why does a N.C. town require a three-day waiting period on all kitchen utensil purchases? - What did Elvis say when Michael Jackson showed up in heaven? - What caused a rock band to steal an entire hotel room? - Is the Kinston Free Press printed on potato skins? - Why was the fire department called to assist with a prostate exam? For answers to these questions and many more, fork over a few dollars and get your own copy of qMaking Gravy In Public.q All material copyright 2011 Jon Dawson/Moodring PublishingJon Dawsona#39;s bi-weekly column has been a feature of the Kinston Free Press since 2008.
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