American Imperial Expansion … the bane of every hard-line progressive. It would behoove those so inclined to those beliefs to realize that is the story
Month: September 2014
Me and the Whip-Poor-Will
I was living in my little ole apartment for about 4 years. Moved about 2 months ago. While at the little apartment – oh, I
One of my most memorable experiences. July 1974, I guess near Banff, Alberta. Without expectation or warning, our campsite was suddenly in view of a
A Day at the Post Office …
Yesterday [EDIT: actually, September 2, 2011], I was waiting on an elderly man at the counter in Marion. Normal transaction; regular customer. He was purchasing
Pop Goes the … Thermometer!
Confession: “Oh, Mom … I don’t feel well today. I need to stay home from school.” Mom: touching my forehead, “You don’t feel like you
9/11 – What it was/is to me …
I was listening to the Rush Limbaugh show yesterday while I was out for lunch … The insightful, witty, and brilliant Mark Steyn was the
Now, Don’t You Go Getting All … JUMPY!
When I was a kid, my future occupation, I thought, was to be either a veterinarian or a farmer – something involving animals. By the
For the love of … Baseball
Thud … thud … thud … thud … The sound of a Pensy Pinky bouncing off the front gable of my house. Repeatedly. Through 9
“We’ve Caught Them Napping!” … Custer’s Last Stand
Fairly accurate artist’s rendition of the final moments on Custer Hill It was June 25, 1876 … a Sunday … 3:03 PM. It was hot.
As an avid Dallas Cowboys fan, I despise the Washington Redskins and don’t care what they will inevitably change their name to because of PC
The Potato and the Broken Nose
It wasn’t always fun on the Psychiatric Ward. Lunch time. Patients are sitting around at the tables munching on hospital food in the cafeteria. Staff