Pocket Dump

21 Jul 19
River Rats and Omnivorous Scavengers

I love White Perch fishing.  They are the easiest fish to catch in the Chesapeake.  And one of the most underrated food fish anywhere. They don’t have as bad a reputation as say Bluefish.  But don’t get much respect. And it’s too bad their pure white flaky meat is delectable.  I’d put them up against […]

21 Jul 19
Sage of the South

Here’s a fable from my short story collection Who Put Scoundrels In Charge? (Available here.) I’d love for this to become required reading for anyone studying economics and/or political science. What do you think? “Jealousy is the tribute mediocrity pays to genius.” ~Fulton J. Sheen No one could make a taco like Antonio, though many […]

21 Jul 19
Hoang Lan Dang

CHAPTER FOUR I went to bed a little early that night, changing into boy boxers and a T-shirt before crawling under the covers of my bed, which was queen size and pillow topped and one of my favorite places in the world. And then I started reading An Imperial Affliction for the millionth time. AIA […]

21 Jul 19
Remembering the Past Australia

Reminiscences

21 Jul 19
The Try Hard Writer

Enter the Bear Before Baloo and Kit can even make it down to the dock from their seats at Louie’s Place the Cunningham’s moving crew, made up of some more of the native pigs, have already pulled the office boat up to the side of the dock.  A tug boat can be seen pulling the […]

21 Jul 19
The Truth About Guns

No liquor today at the Everyday Carry Pocket Dump of the Day.  Instead, we have the Concerned Tactical Citizen line-up from Jonathon in Seattle. Given how Seattle has devolved into an Antifa paradise, he’s a wise man to carry.  He’s not so wise to carry on an empty chamber with that GLOCK 19 Gen 3 […]