You think you’ve got it bad during the pandemic? Imagine being a bank teller

Typed by friendly neighborhood paragraph stacker Daniel P. Finney in Des Moines, Iowa. Do you know who must be especially freaked out these days?I mean besides everyone.Bank tellers.Bank tellers have to be on edge unlike anyone else in the middle of the pandemic. You spend your whole career thinking that if someone comes into theContinue reading “You think you’ve got it bad during the pandemic? Imagine being a bank teller”

HOT SHEET: Trick-or-treat, smell my feet, give me something good to eat … or I’ll give you COVID-19

Thursday, Oct. 15, 2020 From the desk of Daniel P. Finney, sergeant of the watch, Drake Neighborhood Station, Des Moines, Iowa. ITEM ONE: Des Moines Mayor Frank Cownie gleefully announced Des Moines will celebrate Beggars’ Night on Oct. 30 with masks (not just the costume kind) required and social distancing protocols active. Mr. Mayor, canContinue reading “HOT SHEET: Trick-or-treat, smell my feet, give me something good to eat … or I’ll give you COVID-19”

HOT SHEET: Mystery of Grandma Margaret solved, we know when Reynolds will endorse masks, and the singularity looms in new Netflix doc

From the desk of Daniel P. Finney, sergeant of the watch, Drake Neighborhood Station, Des Moines, Iowa. ITEM ONE: In a Hot Sheet Investigative Report Exclusive, the mystery of Grandma Margaret is solved. Earlier this week, the typist’s grandmother, Lois Newcomb, died at 92. The ol’ Paragraph Stacker was surprised to learn from her obituaryContinue reading “HOT SHEET: Mystery of Grandma Margaret solved, we know when Reynolds will endorse masks, and the singularity looms in new Netflix doc”