Monthly Archives: July 2016

80 Trips

“The place that knew us yesterday will know us no more forever” – Days on the Road by Sarah Herndon The average American lives to be 78.8 years old. Thus, those that get 80 plus trips around the sun are … Continue reading

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Small Talk

“It’s hard for an empty sack to stand upright” – Franklin by Thomas Fleming One of the joys of this job is the conversations I have with an eclectic cast of characters that pass through here in the course of … Continue reading

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America

“Like childbirth, the birth of America was messy, bloody, painful, and sometimes tragic. Yet it remains miraculous – America’s Hidden History by Kenneth Davis Either this country was born by the blessing and design of a benevolent supreme being or … Continue reading

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Fact

“Objectivity is bullshit anyway. It’s like calculating pi to the last digit. Humans are incapable of it” – Hurt Machine by Reed Farrel Coleman Dallas. 5 cops killed by a lone lunatic. Everywhere, emotions racket up to an extreme level. … Continue reading

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Cheesecake

“Married sex was sort of a peculiar mix of comfort and resentment” – Hurt Machine by Reed Farrel Coleman I love Cheesecake. Forever. As long as I can remember I have always loved Cheesecake. Not some pudding like mix poured … Continue reading

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You never know

“One of the problems with how the human brain functions is its need for a coherent narrative.” – Hurt Machine by Reed Farrel Coleman Working this yard is not challenging. Hardly any traffic. None after 6 pm or on the … Continue reading

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