January 16, 2018

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Flea market anthropology

Flea Market Anthropology (The Stupidity Rant Part II) by Eric Rigney I am not offended by much. I think maybe it’s because of all the stuff I’ve seen and been close to (or participated in) in my lifetime. But for whatever reason, not much offends me. In fact, sometimes I think maybe I’m not offended […]

The books are many; the readers are few

The Books are Many; The Readers are Few by Eric Rigney If you are reading this, you are abnormal. If you get past this sentence, you’re just plain strange. Why are you still here?! Go watch TV or something! There. Now that we’ve got rid of the non-readers among us, let’s talk about them. Is […]

A View from the Bench

A View from the Bench By Steve McFarland “Serious sport has nothing to do with fair play. It is bound up with hatred, jealousy, boastfulness, and disregard of all rules and sadistic pleasure in witnessing violence: in other words it is war minus the shooting.” • George Orwell • • • Perhaps Orwell was a […]

A Father’s Day Remembrance

A Father’s Day Remembrance My Two Dads By Bart Campbell I can’t get a handle on all of the things I would like to write about my dad. You see it is exceptionally difficult to build any type of framework around him, as I have two fathers. There is the father of my childhood, a […]