New Years Post Delayed. Of course.
I guess I won’t be listing “Stop Procrastinating” as one of my resolutions. I do plan to up the ante on loudmouthed, opinionated rants, gratuitous Trump-bashing, and other forms of intimate journeys of self-discovery. There may be a little bit of wise-assery, too. I mean, I’m just guessing, but…. In the meantime, please enjoy this…
Friday Morning Rock & Roll Idols: The Jam
The Jam were the coolest, and not well known here in the USA, but even after all these years I’d argue they were one of the great bands of their generation. I can’t help thinking how much better my youth would have been if their music had been bombarding all of us from the radio…
Katrina Torres: Pro-Bowl “Streaker”
This isn’t a timely post–as usual, I didn’t watch the Pro Bowl, but I read a reference to this young lady the other day and followed up. It’s a fun story, as it turns out–and she wasn’t really streaking, exactly. The best part is that she was all over the field, as quick as liquid…
God bless America, Land that I love Stand beside her And guide her through the night with a light from above– from the mountains to the prairies to the oceans white with foam God bless America, my home sweet home. My friend Laura shared a link on her facebook page that led to a copy…
What About “The Quick and The Dead?”
The second of two strange cemetery/signage combinations we stumbled upon on vacation this summer. We concluded that this is a Zombie reference, and quickly moved on. Zombies may play slow, but what they lack in speed they more than compensate for with persistence.
It All Comes Down To This
The dirt is free. It’s the hole that costs you.
A Response to Ryan Kearney’s Camping Idiocy
In a recent article that appeared in The New Republic Ryan Kearney writes at some length about why camping is only for white people, making the point that for something that is the opposite of luxurious, it is prohibitively expensive. He claims “A backpack, tent, and the necessary gear will run you at least $1,000.” …