Sunday, September 30, 2012

Time to Reminisce

  • One of life's thrills is using the toilet for the first time. I know, you're wondering how I can remember that. Well, I was ten at the time.
  • I remember stealing that first kiss from the neighbor girl. I must have been around eleven or so. She hated me ever since.
  • How about the first time you ever drove a car. My cousin let me chauffeur around he and his girlfriend, while they made out in the back seat. I learned how to use the rear-view mirror really well.
  • The first drink of beer I ever had was when I was sent to the tavern to get a bucket of beer for the men gathered at our home to watch the Friday Night Fights. We had one of the only TV's in the neighborhood, so about 6-7 guys would always show up on a Friday night. I would take a few sips on my way home. I always attributed the shortage to spillage. I doubt if that fooled my father.
  • Your first car is really a thrill. I got a 57 Chevy in 1966. Black, with lots of chrome. She was a beauty. I think it cost $500.
  • I saw Martin Luther King, Jr., in Chicago, in 1967. I probably only got within 50ft. of him, but you could feel the power. 
  • I was married on March 6, 1971, to my childhood sweetheart. I fell in love with my wife when I was around 13, and I never fell out of love with her. 
  • Having that first child is something. Mainly scary. You worry about everything. It wasn't too bad, cause we had another. Kids give you a lot of sleepless nights, but it's worth it.
  • I didn't attend my commencement for college or graduate school, although I should have, if for no other reason, to let my mother enjoy it. Not all reminiscing is fun. Regrets creep in.

Quote of the Day

Mahatma Gandhi
“I believe in the fundamental truth of all great religions of the world.”
Mahatma Gandhi

Answering the E-mail

Dear Peever: What do you think about all the right-wing Republicans in the Village?  Bob
Dear Bob: It clearly ain't paradise.

Dear Mr. Peever: What are all those fish I see on the back of cars?  Helen
Dear Helen: I think it means those people like to fish. They're in luck. A lot of lakes.

Mr. Peever: What do you think about the presidential election?  Karen
Dear Karen:  Obama will easily win. Mitt can go back to singing in the Mormon Tabernacle Choir.

Dear Bruce: You have make it clear you don't like guns. What about the second amendment?  Dick
Dear Dick: What about Peever Law #22: Most people that own a handgun will either shot someone they know or themselves. Preferably themselves.

Dear Mr. Weik: How can we possibly pay for health-care for everyone? Mary
Dear Mary: The same way we pay for war's in Iraq and Afghanistan, or a $700 billion bailout of the banks, or all the tax breaks we give to the rich: Suck it up and print more money.

Dear Mr. Peever: Do you think Israel will attack Iran?  Lou
Dear Lou: Hell, I think Israel might attack the U.S. They live by the sword. You would think they would know better.

Peever: Are you pessimistic or optimistic about the future?  Charles
Dear Charles: I am cautiously optimistic. There are a lot of good things happening. Besides, we have already climbed out of the primordial ooze once. I'm thinking we can surely do it again, if necessary.

Sunday, September 23, 2012

The Presidential Election

You heard it here first, months ago. Romney is done. He lost the day he took on Ryan as a running mate, and hasn't fared well since. Maybe he can get a job with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. He definitely will be singing the blues.

Saturday, September 22, 2012


Churches should pay taxes. Today, many churches play politics better than they play church.

I'm Not Much Into Church

  • I don't like it. It's mostly boring and old. Who wants to sit there and listen to why you're a sinner. I already know that. Besides, no one ever takes it serious, or they would all be on antidepressants. 
  • More and more churches are getting into politics and abandoning their mission: To help lead someone toward God. The last time I looked, politicians are not God.
  • I prefer the out-of-doors to do my worshiping and searching for God. Churches are too stuffy and bogged down in doctrine. A few churches have made me feel holy, but I'll take animals, air, the sky, birds, trees, water. Those things are the creation, not a church building.
  • I replace the church hour by watching "Sunday Morning." This is probably the best show that has ever appeared on TV. It has been a solid show with Charles Kuralt, and now Charles Osgood. It helps me relax and forget about all the mundane things we have to deal with, like explaining to everyone why I don't go to church. I tell them I do, every Sunday morning, eight to nine-thirty.
  • I am seriously not into all the born again stuff. While the concept is not bad-you screwed up and now want to do better-you would be much better off finding a good therapist. Once you have corrected your drinking, or violence, or sleeping around, then it would be a good time to go to church, if it helps soothe your soul.
  • I pretty much pray every day. I don't need a church for that. The way I figure, life is a prayer. Living it. I try to do my best each day, but some days it just doesn't work. So I sleep it off and start again the next day, praying that I do better.
  • The church building, for the most part, seems a terrible waste of money. A group of however many builds a church. After said time, a group of people breaks away from the original church, usually over a dispute about doctrine. That group goes off and builds another church, and the cycle repeats itself. Most churches come into existence out of this negativity, and never get over it. Christians would be better served by taking the money to build a church and feeding the hungry.
  • With all that being said, there are some good churches. I just haven't found any yet.

Friday, September 21, 2012

Quote of the Day

"We'd all like to vote for the best man, but he's never a candidate."   Frank Hubbard

Romney on Paying Taxes

Romney reportedly paid 14% on $20 million dollars earnings. I wonder who his tax person is? H & R Block is not near that good.

Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Less Than Inventive Incentives

  • Certificates of appreciation don't buy many groceries.
  • How about that employee of the month stuff. Instead of employee of the month, I want a raise and benefits.
  • I like when you earn points towards something. When you have enough points, everyone forgot about the contest.
  • You get lunch with the boss. There's a real winner.
  • Employee drawings. You work your butt off to get in a drawing, and the prize looks like it came from a backyard sale.
  • "You do good work." Yea, gee, thanks. Sixty hours a week, no benefits, beg for vacation. What more could I ask for?

Tea Party Motto

We don't resent any preson's beliefs, so long as they're similar to ours.

Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Peever Law #5

If you are going to screw someone, make sure it's your wife, or husband, or the government.

Quote of the Day

 G.K. Chesterton
“The Bible tells us to love our neighbors, and also to love our enemies; probably because generally they are the same people.”
G.K. Chesterton


The section in The Village Voice entitled "Neighbors" should be called "Onward Christian Solders." While religion and churches do play a role in neighbors and neighborhoods, there are many other components that should be discussed in a section entitled "Neighbors." Of course, here in the Village, that's all a lot of people do-go to church. I suppose they're cramming for finals.

Monday, September 17, 2012

Peever's Law # 1

Nothing good ever happens after midnight.

What if:

  • the right-wing got its wish and everyone turned white? Would the world than be pure?
  • it was discovered Jesus was a homosexual? What a mess that would be.
  • one and one ends up not being two? My first grade teacher would have to apologize to me. I always figured it was three.
  • someone said they were you and could prove it? If someone said they were me, they could have me.
  • you were terminally ill and in so much in pain you wanted to die? Sorry, you're going to have to toughen up.
  • we no longer needed the military? Would we still make bombs? How would 4 star generals become 5 star generals?
  • everyone quit smoking? Would they still make cigarettes?
  • you went to the hospital but couldn't get help because you had no insurance or money? Would you still vote for Romney?
  • someone hit you while you were dating them? Would you still marry him or her?
  • they discovered sex to be a fatal disease? Would we......Oh, forget it.

Occupy Wall Street Protesters Swarm NYC Financial District to Mark 1st Anniversary of 99% Struggle

Occupy Wall Street Protesters Swarm NYC Financial District to Mark 1st Anniversary of 99% Struggle

Some of the hot shot journalists are claiming the Occupy movement is dead. Yea. So is rock and roll.

Quote of the Day

Kurt Vonnegut
“The last thing I ever wanted was to be alive when the three most powerful people on the whole planet would be named Bush, Dick and Colon.”
Kurt Vonnegut

Sunday, September 16, 2012

Jim Hightower | Romney's Hamm-handed energy policy

Jim Hightower | Romney's Hamm-handed energy policy

A vote for Romney is a vote for the oil industry.  Do the world a favor, vote for Obama.

Jim Hightower | Ryan runs into his inner truth

Jim Hightower | Ryan runs into his inner truth

Marijuana: The Gateway Drug to Twinkie Addiction | Common Dreams

Marijuana: The Gateway Drug to Twinkie Addiction | Common Dreams

I can't wait to see what Arkansas comes up with. It should be quite enlightening.


They go off every now and then, those bombs in the mind. They shake you, get you to wondering, reminiscing. What's life all about? Have I made a difference? Am I accomplishing what I set out to do? These bombs have their own schedule. There's not much you can do. You need to respond. Maybe sleep a lot. Take medication. Older men look for younger women. Older women try to look young. Face lifts, hair transplants, tucks, suctions, sports cars, convertibles, swim suits way to small, career changes, moves, diets, trips, new clothes and that last full-court basketball game. Running away, arriving. There are always options. Varying responses. Countless possibilities. Hopes, desires, dreams, and needs. Some of our responses are frivolous by their very nature. We cannot put off the inevitable. Other responses are new beginnings, new paths, new adventures, paved with hope and energy and determination. Who ever knows? Bombs go off and we are moved.

Saturday, September 15, 2012

Quote of the Day

Oscar Wilde
“The pure and simple truth is rarely pure and never simple.”
Oscar Wilde


  • He usually is a he. His wife is usually a she.
  • They always claim to know "the way." It's usually their way.
  • A King James version of the Bible will usually be by their side.
  • Most will have had a personal experience with God. Many claimed to have talked to God. So have most mental patients.
  • You will hardly ever see a left-handed, right-wing, Christian, Republicans.
  • Many right-wing, Christian, Republicans are rich. The one's that aren't will look like they're hypnotized. 
  • They have little time for listening. Usually their mouths are going. And going. And........
  • They will all eagerly accept any money they can get from the government, while claiming that the government is our biggest enemy. Social security, Medicare, tax deductions, corporate farm subsidies. You name it, they'll take it. On the other hand, they generally bad-mouth government and want less of it. The government places regulations on things they want no regulations on; it keeps interfering with church and state issues; and of all things, the government helps people who are struggling. Our right-wing, Christian, Republican brethren just can't come to terms with that.

Friday, September 14, 2012

The Global Food System Casino | Common Dreams

The Global Food System Casino | Common Dreams

I saw her at Western Illinois University, in Macomb, Illinois. She is definitely a light in the midst of the world hunger issue. And Monsanto hates her, which only goes to show her truth and potential. 

My Answer to Jerry Gosoglow's E-Mail

Thanks for the e-mail. Your subsidies for the courses appear adequate.

Bonuses are for work above and beyond the call of duty. The golf course workers definitely did that this year. It was hot and conditions terrible. They saved us potentially hundreds of thousands in green repair. Other departments may have done the same. Is it fair? Is giving management raises and not other workers, fair? Is giving free amenities to grades 7-10, but not 1-6, fair?

I would be less than proud of a 5% raise every three years. That leaves the worker approximately 4% behind inflation. I have interviewed 5 course workers, and frankly, their salaries vs the hours they work are an embarrassment. I apologized on behalf of the property owners. The Village has a lot of retired management from numerous industries. Of course these people hate to give raises to the workers.They would sooner count the profits.


Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Greg Palast on How the GOP Is Planning to Steal the 2012 Election

Greg Palast on How the GOP Is Planning to Steal the 2012 Election

Quote of the Day

“People are often unreasonable and self-centered. Forgive them anyway.
If you are kind, people may accuse you of ulterior motives. Be kind anyway.
If you are honest, people may cheat you. Be honest anyway.
If you find happiness, people may be jealous. Be happy anyway.
The good you do today may be forgotten tomorrow. Do good anyway.
Give the world the best you have and it may never be enough. Give your best anyway.
For you see, in the end, it is between you and God. It was never between you and them anyway.”
Mother Teresa

The Great Mystery

Each of us must come to know God in his or her own way. No one can do this for you. Otherwise, you would come to know God from the outside in, rather than from the inside out.
Guest editor Henry “Jock” MacMorran

All AWL members and the HSV community at large are asked to come to a Town Hall meeting at the Coronado Center on Thursday, Sept. 20th at 1:00 p.m. to discuss the current issues and negotiations with the POA and to participate in the development of a united response to the POA Board’s demands.  At stake is the AWL’s role in the operation of the HSV animal shelter.
On August 15th the POA Board refused to consider a request made by the Animal Welfare League to modify the existing Article 5 of the POA Regulation and Control of Pets Policy (POA Declaration, Chapter 3, Article 5.) The current policy defines the “premises” as a Detention Shelter for impounding animals.
During the Aug. 15th POA Board discussion, Director Bryant had it right. The conflict between the POA and the AWL has been going on far too long. He was also right when he stated that most city Animal Control Operations and Shelters handle adoptions of companion animals and provide and pay for the food and medication. This is not true at the Hot Springs Village Detention Shelter. These services are paid for by the Animal Welfare League and in many cases provided by volunteers. Unfortunately, the POA views the AWL as a tenant, not a partner.
POA Director Owens stated that he believed the AWL is behaving like unions he dealt with during his business career by holding out for its demands. The truth is the AWL has demanded nothing from the POA other than to be treated as an equal partner. The POA and the AWL should have mutually agreed objectives aimed at reuniting animals with their owners, finding good homes for as many of the adoptable animals that have been either lost, surrendered, or abandoned in the Village. Furthermore, the companion animals in the Detention Shelter should be treated as victims, not rule breakers in need of being imprisoned.
One POA Director expressed concern that he did not know what the AWL Board wanted and he wanted their request in writing. This concern is odd.  On July 11, 2012 the AWL board delivered to the POA Board work session a one-page memo outlining 4 modifications to the POA policy and asked the POA Board to consider these modifications as an alternative to a contract. The AWL Board took this extraordinary step when it became clear to the AWL Board that a contract with enforceable covenants could not be developed with the POA management.  As a solution, the AWL Board decided to ask the Village’s elected representatives, the POA Board, to modify the existing POA policy on companion animals. This policy is the Article 5 mentioned above. The one page memo was the written request.   Instead of responding to the request, the POA Board now requires the AWL Board take the contract issues to its members. The AWL Board plans to do so on September 20th and to advise the members that this contract has been rejected, to date, primarily because it provides NO remedies to AWL if the POA violates any of its provisions.
Yes, POA Director Kosoglow, I too have doubts that an agreement can be reached but not because the AWL Board and its members have not tried. It is because the POA Board chooses not to listen to the goals and objectives of the League and examine what the POA does to inhibit the achievement of the AWL objectives.
I invite the AWL members and the community to come to the September AWL special Town Hall meeting to hear, in detail, the ongoing operational issues and to participate in a response to the POA.

Tuesday, September 11, 2012

(Answer to my suggestion that we give the golf course workers a bonus for a job well done this summer).

Thanks for your compliments on the courses!

We have subsidized golf, and will continue to do so.  Between 2007 and 2010 the subsidy ranged from $1,264,000 to $1,529,000.  For the 2013 to 2015 timeframe, we expect to catch up on some needed maintenance/renovation work and the subsidies will reach $2,353,000 in 2014.

As far as the bonuses for golf course workers, I wish we could do that.  However, I might say that workers in all departments of the POA go above and beyond the call of duty on a regular basis to ensure we have all the services needed for property owners.  Separating the golf workers from all others might not seem fair.  

After two years of no raises for POA employees in 2010 and 2011, we allowed an average increase of 5% for 2012, and are reviewing plans for a 2% cost of living increase next year.  We have had some criticism of those actions, so you know.  Also, the Board is certainly not saving the money for raises for itself...

Thanks for your email.

Jerry Kosoglow

My 9/11 Thoughts

Bil Keane “Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery, today is a gift of God, which is why we call it the present.”

Let's try living in it, before it's too late.

Monday, September 10, 2012

The Times They Are A'Changin

The Village is changing. Soon the boomers will start arriving in huge numbers. Some of us are here already. The complexion of the Village will change from one of conservative, right-wing Republican, pre-WWII babies to moderate, middle-of-the-road Democrats and Republicans who relish change and do not have fond memories of war. Most people following the right-wingers of today will not end up with enough money to make it here.  The Be Boppers Dance will have to be updated to include Foreigner, Journey, the Rolling Stones, Aerosmith, Led Zeppelin, Boston, Cheap Trick, and Elton John. The bridge club will be in trouble and Saline County will move from a dry county to a wet one. All this will be hard on a lot of Villagers. I'll just laugh.

Sunday, September 9, 2012


Some people refer to the Village as Shangrila. I'm thinking more like right-wing, Republican, rich man's Hillbilly Heaven. I suppose it's all in the perspective.


Albert Einstein
“Insanity is doing the same thing, over and over again, but expecting different results.”
Albert Einstein

Friday, September 7, 2012

Village Motto

It's better to ask for forgiveness than permission.

Almost 65 years old

  • I'm almost 65 years old and I still haven't run for the Presidency. I don't really want the job, which is why I would probably be pretty good at it. I wouldn't put up with any shit. If someone said let's go to war, I'd fire them. If someone said let's give the rich a tax break, I'd fire them. This would help the unemployment, cause I would then hire people with brains. Anyone mentioning doing away or cutting social security and medicare would be eligible for life in prison. Social programs for struggling people would be in, welfare for the corporate farmers and rich CEO's would be out. I would declare universal health-care a human right, and I wouldn't mess around with Congress, who are bought by the health-care industry. It would be a Presidential mandate. I probably wouldn't be very electable, but man, would I have fun. 
  • I'm almost 65, but I don't feel that old. I feel about 45. Well, in the morning I feel a little older, but once I'm up, find my pants and a shirt and some shoes, have a cup of coffee, play golf, take a nap, and eat dinner, I figure someone made a mistake on my birth certificate. Long about 8pm, I head to bed. I take my meds and figure I'm probably 65 after all. They say it's all in the mind. Yea.
  • Sixty-five isn't all that old anymore. They say it's the new middle age. "They", of course, don't know what the hell they are talking about. "They" ain't ever been 65. The average age for males to survive is now 75. That's only ten more years. I think I'm going to go back to church. I need to start cramming for finals.
  • When I think back over 65 years, it seems to have passed so quickly. I remember my first day of school. My buddy was suppose to stop by and take me, but he forgot. That first kiss, which I ain't going to say much about, cause it wasn't my wife. All the baseball and basketball memories. College, seminary, graduate school. Forty-two years of marriage, two kids, ten dogs, and four different homes. It's all still up there, in my mind. Fortunately, I can still remember all of it. The good, the bad, and the ugly. It's all right there. All-in-all, I can't complain. It's been a good life. And I'm hoping to beat that 75. I still got a lot of things to do, like learning how to speak "Mexican" and figuring out what the hell a square root is.

Wednesday, September 5, 2012

The US Chamber of Commerce's Multimillion-Dollar Attack Plan | Common Dreams

The US Chamber of Commerce's Multimillion-Dollar Attack Plan | Common Dreams

Golf Courses

Our golf courses are in super excellent condition, particularly for the weather we have been having. I would recommend the guys and gals working outside all summer should get a raise and a bonus. At least a bonus, to show our gratitude.
The golf courses make Hot Springs Village what it is, regardless of what anyone or any survey indicates. It is our unique claim to fame.
Golf courses do not pay for themselves. I would be surprised if there are more than a handful of courses in the United States that make a profit. The members always subsidize the course or courses. That will always be the case here. The POA needs to set an amount they will subsidize the courses which is reasonable, and fees need to generate the rest. It doesn't take a rocket scientist.
I floated this proposal to a few of our retired executives to see what they thought. They are not used to giving bonuses. They like to be on the receiving end. To hell with the people that do the labor. After three negative responses, I am now sure my idea of a pay raise, or bonus, is a good idea and what should be done. Thanks guys.

Tuesday, September 4, 2012

The killer in me is the killer in you

Violence resides in all of us. We all carry a dark side. When we as a nation engage in war, it is all of us that are responsible, not just the chosen few. With each death, humanity becomes less than what it could have been. When we take an eye for an eye, we become no better than our enemy. We move away from the common good, toward the common bad. Before long, we accept the common bad as okay, or something we can live with. This is the law of diminishing humanity. We all take part in it. We are all responsible for it. We sit back and watch.

Monday, September 3, 2012

Wakes, Golf Balls, and Whiners

I love it when people complain about wakes on a lake.  Tiny tsunamis, eroding their property into oblivion. Frankly, I think they have a point. They should have never expected that, buying or building a house on a lake.
Likewise, we have people who complain about their home being hit with golf balls on the various courses. And people actually walk onto their property to retrieve a ball. I personally think this is quite callous and rude. Anyone buying or building a home on a golf course should not have to put up with this type of behavior.
My answer to such inexplicable bad behavior on the part of boaters and golfers is to hit them right where it hurts. No more boating on the lakes. That’s it. No boats, no wakes. The property owners will be happy, the fish will be happy, and the boaters will be gone.  Likewise, the end to dents in the siding, broken windows, and trespassers is to kick the golfers off the courses. The homeowners will be happy, the deer will be happy, and the rude golfers will be gone.
You can thank me later.


“We do want more, and when it becomes more, we shall still want more. And we shall never cease to demand more until we have received the results of our labor.”    Samuel Gompers

“Let the workers organize. Let the toilers assemble. Let their crystallized voice proclaim their injustices and demand their privileges. Let all thoughtful citizens sustain them, for the future of Labor is the future of America.”   John L. Lewis

“It was the labor movement that helped secure so much of what we take for granted today. The 40-hour work week, the minimum wage, family leave, health insurance, Social Security, Medicare, retirement plans. The cornerstones of the middle-class security all bear the union label.”       Barack Obama

 "Four years ago, the Mitt Romneys of the world nearly destroyed the global economy with their greed, shortsightedness and – most notably – wildly irresponsible use of debt in pursuit of personal profit. The sight was so disgusting that people everywhere were ready to drop an H-bomb on Lower Manhattan and bayonet the survivors. But today that same insane greed ethos, that same belief in the lunatic pursuit of instant borrowed millions – it's dusted itself off, it's had a shave and a shoeshine, and it's back out there running for president."--Matt Taibbi in Rolling Stone

“Thievery is what unregulated capitalism is all about.”   Robert Sherrill, investigative journalist
“I am glad we are keeping the rich on the top floors awake at night with our racket. They sure as hell keep the working class awake at night with their rackets.”   Jesse LaGreca, activist and blogger, in

"Occupy Wall Street Crashes Bloomberg Cocktail Party"
“Prosecute the bankers, Curb the lobbyists, Overturn Citizens United, Tax the rich, Take Back the country.”        Protest sign at Occupy Wall Street

“Double standards and situational ethics are the way the hyperpartisan game is played.    John Avlon, The Daily Beast ("Tea Party For The Left?")

“Labor has to get back into the schools, churches, and communities. This is where we started, and this is where we will resurrect the labor movement!”    Mark Case, APWU Local 277, Western North Carolina

 “When protecting the systems in a society becomes more important than the people the systems are designed to protect, that society is in great peril.”     Dr. Wilmer J. Leon III, Truthout

"This is class warfare. In America, the poor and the ignorant go to jail, while as the late Gil Scott-Heron said, "the rich go to San Clemente."--Dr. Wilmer J. Leon III, Truthout

“The problem with unions today is that there aren't enough of them.”  Martin Johns, 2011

“If it weren't for unions, there would be no middle class."  The Peever

“America is being sold to the lowest bidders, and those whose jobs remain in this country are at the mercy of their employers.”        Mary Shaw, writer and activist

Sunday, September 2, 2012

Five of Life's Biggest Lies

  1. That life is fair. If life were fair, I would be Bill Gates or Warren Buffett.
  2. That justice is equal for all. I've always thought justice was one of life's finer purchases.
  3. The poor will get their reward in heaven. Frankly, this is a bunch of religious rubbish, meant to keep you in check while the rich get richer and you get poorer.
  4. That capitalism is a good partner with democracy. Capitalism is obsessed with making the largest possible profit possible, at your expense. It will not do you any favors, unless you happen to be the boss.
  5. That war brings about peace and prosperity and makes all of us safer. This is a disturbing notion of an ever increasing number of politicians and military junkies. Since the beginning of humankind, war has never brought about peace or conciliation. It is deadly and bitter and humiliating and hellish. You cannot kill your way to kindness, neighborliness, compassion, or inclusiveness. It will never work.

LABOR'S UNTOLD STORY, by Richard Beyer

 Labor's Untold Story" is more than just a book about labor history. It's a book about the history that is largely ignored in school. Most history is told from the point of view of the victors, the powerful, and the aristocracy. The average student in the United States leaves high school having forgotten anything that was ever taught in their history classes, because what is taught is rarely anything they can relate to. History is taught as lists of names of rich, powerful, white men, the wars they (made other people) fight, and the dates when anything important happened. It rarely covers what happened to the other 99% of the people.

A must read if you are at all interested in what Labor Day truly is about.
(Can be purchased at, books).

Saturday, September 1, 2012

Blue Moon Over The Village

A blue moon last night. Didn't much matter what color it was, it was cloudy here in the Village. But I did shot the moon at my neighbor, although I don't think it was blue. The dog howled and my wife asked what I was doing, which is typical. I told her I was trying to clean the window. She went to bed. The dog followed.


Six inches at Granada. Hot dogs!