Monthly Archives: March 2011

Phineas Beardsley’s I-Pad 2

Apple announced the release of iPad1 on April 2120. 3 million were sold in less than 3 months. 15 billion dollars in sales. A year later over 15 million iPad1 had hit the market. Immense profits for Apple and the West Coast company stroked the desires of high-techophiles with the debut of iPad2 on March […]

The Utter Folly Of Wise Men

Every country has a pantheon of vaunted heroes and leaders. Their names grace universities, libraries, towns, and cities. Children bear their names in remembrance of their contribution to country. In contrast few parents bestow any honor on the knaves of a nation. Adolf and Benito were banned by an unspoken edict during my childhood. Pol […]

The Attack of Mother Nature

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xOfy1CoxrMo&feature=player_embedded

GODLESSNESS by Peter Nolan Smith

East of Albuquerque the interstate switchbacked up the Santia Heights out of the Rio Grande Valley. The summer lost its heat, as the rusted pick-up climbed toward the pass and the cooler temperature revitalized AK and me. Late-August temperatures were murder on longhaired hitchhikers crossing the Far West. Rides were few and distances were far. […]

Moonshine Quote Johnny Knoxville

You can tell it’s good if you light it and a blue flame comes up; that means it’s good moonshine and it won’t make you go blind. – Johnny Knoxville And it will make you do crazy-ass things.