Category Archives: Traditions

Texas Guide to Life

Here’s some very useful Texas wisdom. Don’t squat with your spurs on. Good judgment comes from experience, and a lot of that comes from bad judgment. If you get to thinkin’ you’re a person of some influence, try orderin’ somebody else’s dog around. Never kick a cow chip on a hot day. There’s two theories […]

Friday The 13th

The number 12 symbolizes completeness for numerologists and 13 has a reputation of a prime number steeped with irregularity. Thirteen is further tarnished by being the number of people at the Last Supper of Jesus. The Turks went so far as to ban the number from their language and the Vikings feared that if thirteen […]

50 States of Hell

Hawaii is the happiest state in America. New York ranks as the unhappiest. It is my state and I wish that I could be with my children in Thailand. Holding my son and daughter is paradise for me. Maybe I can fly to Asia in two weeks. One good sale would pay for the R/T […]

Bannok Loves Farangs

Middle-Age farang males vacation in Thailand for the beaches and the temples. A friend sometimes suggests a visit to the Last Babylon. In Pattaya the man meets a girl. Past and present are unimportant. She is something out of a dream and they spent an idyllic vacation on Koh Samet. The disgust of fat western […]

Happy Mother’s Day 2016

I wish the bests to all the mother’s in the world. I love you all and nothing says I love my mother like the Intruders I’LL ALWAYS LOVE MY MOMMA. Go to this URL to feel the love. To hear the Intruders’ I ALWAYS LOVED MY MOMMA