Thoughts and Comments

The Wisconsin Towing Association recently sent out a survey titled, “Tell Us About Your Company.” The survey included the usual company information: Name, address, and...

What’s on Your Mind?

A friend of mine dropped off a book written by John-Roger and Peter McWilliams titled:You Can’t Afford the Luxury of a Negative Thought. At first I was taken aback about why she would give me this book as I consider myself (most of the time) to be a pretty positive person.

I’m Impressed

I'm so impressed by each year's Tow Times Shine ‘n Star winners. I know the truck owners are proud, but the manufacturers of these awesome pieces of equipment should also be proud to have their trucks in the magazine.

Less Screen Time

I'm sure by now a lot of you have heard about the new recommendations from the World Health Organization (WHO) with regard to new...

A Word of Caution

I've been reading about cannabidiol — CBD — oils being used as a natural alternative to pain medicine. According to an article in Work...

Even the Route Guy

My uniform route man, or route guy, has the most upbeat attitude and sunny outlook on life of anyone I know. But this morning I could tell the nasty weather we've been having has affected even him. He said he's been putting in so many hours his wife has been complaining and he’s had enough.

What Do You Want First?

When you're getting updates about something that's happened, I'm sure you've been asked:“What do you want first? The good news or the bad news?”

Mighty MO

Talking about the Holmes 750 is one of my favorite topics because that one wrecker, and its little brother the 600, moved T & R from prewar to postwar with many improvements.

Bill Bottoms

It has been rumored that Bill Bottoms took a roll of butcher paper and laid it up against one of Gerry Holmes’ new Century wreckers to make a copy that he went on to sell to the City of Chicago.


I think most people know of the band the Beatles. While I wasn’t quite old enough to be a screaming teenage fan of the British Fab Four, I remember my older sisters loving their music and they couldn’t get enough of any magazine coverage — with pictures of those cute musicians of course — and any TV shows they were on, like their debut on the Ed Sullivan Show and American Bandstand.
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