Duck Commander

23 Jan 19
Musings of a Cynic

The first of what will hopefully be many samples of my writing. Not from any novel, but just something I did for a friend. A simple story of a Confederate officer at one of the Civil War’s deadliest battles: Malvern Hill.

23 Jan 19
Myles Dungan

    PROLOGUE   A future, of sorts, in a barely tangential universe…   The spaniel heard the limo approach and stopped licking his testicles. Fleetingly it occurred to him not to bother giving chase. After all only vassals pursued cars, and he was a feudal Lord. A High King. But the limo was sleek, […]

23 Jan 19
The Shaver Crew

If you follow me on Instagram (which if you don’t, you totally should 😉 – shameless plug :P) then you know that Rick & Michelle (my in-laws) took Rylie with them to Texas for Aaron’s cousin’s wedding. We wanted to attend ourselves but we couldn’t make it work so when Rick & Michelle asked if […]

23 Jan 19
Beyond the Cusp

  Israel is a tiny little nation with troubles imposed upon her unlike anywhere else. Love Israel, Hate Israel, not care about Israel, no matter your viewpoint, you definitely are never permitted to ignore Israel. If you follow the news you have likely noted that the Jews of Europe are feeling endangered. More so in […]

23 Jan 19
Russia News Now

Authored by John Walsh via The Unz Review, “From a technical point of view, he (Stanley Kubrick) anticipated many things… Since that time, little has changed, honestly. The only difference is that modern weapons systems have become more sophisticated, more complex. But this idea of a retaliatory strike and the inability to manage these systems, yes, […]

23 Jan 19
Nation and State

Authored by John Walsh via The Unz Review, “From a technical point of view, he (Stanley Kubrick) anticipated many things… Since that time, little has changed, honestly. The only difference is that modern weapons systems have become more sophisticated, more complex. But this idea of a retaliatory strike and the inability to manage these systems, yes, […]

23 Jan 19
peoples trust toronto

Authored by John Walsh via The Unz Review, “From a technical point of view, he (Stanley Kubrick) anticipated many things… Since that time, little has changed, honestly. The only difference is that modern weapons systems have become more sophisticated, more complex. But this idea of a retaliatory strike and the inability to manage these systems, yes, […]

23 Jan 19
WEATHER INTERNAL

Authored by John Walsh via The Unz Review,

“From a technical point of view, he (Stanley Kubrick) anticipated many things… Since that time, little has changed, honestly. The only difference is that modern weapons systems have become more sophisticat…

22 Jan 19
Wright Beyond The Bleachers

It’s back to bacon as I continue my quest to link every minor league team back to Kevin Bacon in a fun but unusual game of Six Degrees Of Separation. This time, I’m taking a look at the Pacific Coast League. Albuquerque Isotopes Link 1) In the TV show In Plain Sight, a character named […]

22 Jan 19
Imperial Discipline

This week, we dive into the second half of Orkimedes’ primer on the fundamentals of list-building.

22 Jan 19
Belle on the Battlefield

The Civil War was fought in over 1,000 locations across the country. The big ones that almost everyone knows are Gettysburg, Antietam, Shiloh, Vicksburg, etc. But the war was also fought in smaller places like Olustee in Florida, or Glorieta Pass way out in New Mexico. No matter where the armies moved or where the […]

22 Jan 19
Today in History

“Always remember, the flash of an atomic bomb can come at any time, no matter where you may be”.  

22 Jan 19
Disinformation Decoded

Dismantling the Doomsday Machines by John V. Walsh / January 19th, 2019 From a technical point of view, he (Stanley Kubrick) anticipated many things. … Since that time, little has changed, honestly.  The only difference is that modern weapons systems have become more sophisticated, more complex.  But this idea of a retaliatory strike and the […]