Boss Green

21 Apr 19
Why I quit my job

It’s kind of a strange thing to question. When it comes to people I’m color blind. But should it be this way? I always used to think that one of  my coworkers is green but yesterday I finally realized he’s totally purple. You know how this sometimes happen and all of a sudden things start […]

20 Apr 19
GREY GNOME MAD

DAY 10 TUESDAY APRIL 16TH Broken Hill is certainly a substantial lump of real estate, shopping strip, historic pubs …including THE PALACE – where Pricilla Queen of the Desert was shot. Lots of memorabilia strew around a grand bar and dining room. Magnificent wide 1st floor balcony. A “palace” for sure. We arrived in town […]

20 Apr 19
Things

Chet sat on the sofa reading the novelization of Jaws: The Revenge in front of the fireplace in his shared one story home in the woods. His roommate, Benjamin, approached. “Want to go for a stroll down the walking path?” Benjamin asked of Chet. “A stroll? You dipshit, you know I’m deathly afraid of sharks.” […]

20 Apr 19
Things

It was a weekend afternoon. Sun poured through the dusky, caged windows of the saloon. The bar did not wear the light well. Plumes of smoke danced in the cutting rays. Pete The Bartender, a guy who was a bartender and also literally Ken Foree’s doppelganger, brought Fisty another drink and readied to resume their […]

20 Apr 19
Tom Sweeney Travel Writer

My favourite line from my all-time favourite movie is: “He’ll regret it till his dying day, if ever he lives that long.” Fans of The Quiet Man will immediately recognise it as having been uttered by fierce-tempered farmer ‘Red’ Will Danaher, played to blustering perfection by Victor McLaglen. Danaher is the bullying big brother of […]

20 Apr 19
Savage Van Ride

In the years that Alan and I have been together, we have dreamed many a dream. From moving to Colorado, to opening a backpacker hostel, to working at a ski resort in the Alps for a season. Just like most people, we like to fantasize about what could be. For a long time, van life […]

20 Apr 19
JohnRFultz.com

Chapter 7.  A Free Road The entire caravan consisted of Pepper Domo and an iron carriage pulled by a green-skinned tiger. Svetlana had spent the night comfortably in one of Domo’s guest rooms. She said goodbye to Gehosopha over breakfast. Domo had yet to show himself when the hyep departed. Perhaps the Apothecary had drank too much […]

20 Apr 19
Alberto Lovera Bolivarian Circle of NY

  EXCLUSIVE: Away from the public eye, the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) think tank hosted a top-level, off-the-record meeting to explore US military options against Venezuela. By Max Blumenthal (The complete list of attendees for the private CSIS event on US military options against Venezuela appears at the bottom of this article.) […]

20 Apr 19
Hotdog Translations

Happy Easter everyone! Or if you don’t celebrate it, I hope you’re enjoying your Sunday (or Saturday, if you live in the other side of the world). I’ve thought of doing some catching up during this holiday, so that makes three parts done in about the span of a week! My eyes are a bit […]

20 Apr 19
The Freewheeling Freelancer

Joe could not go home, not if the Carabinieri were looking for him. He knew it was time to check in with Agent Redwood and to get off the streets. He got off the bus at Piazza Barberini. The Embassy was just up the Via Veneto.

20 Apr 19
Rage Against The Screen
20 Apr 19
I Was Targeted To Die

This article means so many things to me that I’m not going to go into it all.  I’m sure, some of it goes without saying. https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/crime/jacqueline-ades-accused-of-sending-man-159k-messages-speaks-from-jail/ar-BBW4t2i?li=BBnbfcL What I’m going to do is point to the elephants in the room. 1) The object of her attention is a predator (to say the least.) 2) Prescriptin drugs […]