Month: April 2016

How Long? The Perfect Mattress?

The Ace song, “How Long?”, is a classic ode to infidelity in the relationship. Y’all know the song, but I’ll get the tune going for you. “Well, your friends with their fancy persuasion Don’t admit that it’s part of a scheme But I can’t help but have my suspicion ‘Cause […]

Signs, Signs, Everywhere A Sign

An oldie but goody I’ve used before:  “Sign, sign, everywhere a sign, Blockin’ out the scenery, breakin’ my mind, Do this, don’t do that, can’t you read the sign?” Signs by Five Man Electrical Band. Are guns really not permitted by law in “healthcare facilities”? Surely this sign is right, […]

Seventh Amendment Abandoned

Why does North Carolina’s bathroom law happen? Why do bakers get ordered by the government to bake you a cake? Interesting questions with a fairly simple answer, but as with all simple answers, there is likely to be an uproar about my premise. The Seventh Amendment to our Constitution provides: […]

Thoughts From The Slopes

A shout out to the aging rockers who can still rock. In the past few years I’ve seen Paul McCartney jump around like a teenager in a 3 hour show, he’s 74. I’ve seen the Rolling Stones do an outside stadium show with an energy level that teenagers can’t sustain. […]

Cherry Blossoms and Guns

The Cherry Blossom Festival in Macon has decreed that there will be no guns allowed at their they have the right to prohibit guns in order to make the festival a “family friendly” event. Apparently the Second Amendment isn’t “family friendly” to the organizers of the CBF so they […]