Chunky, Mississippi

What’s In A Name

Once upon a time in a land far away called ‘When I Was Married’, I had a step-son named “Junior”. His name wasn’t actually “Junior” but to let it be known that his name was ‘Lee’ wouldn’t be fair to the precocious little imp if he were to stumble across this blog. No doubt the ne’er-do-well is now a lawyer or in jail – or both – but definitely a Democrat.

Junior was a nine-year-old heathen when I ...

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Meanwhile In Canada

Winter Means Winter

While many Canadians – Snowbirds – can escape the cold weather of winter for a period of time, winter in Canada means cold weather, snow and ice.

Many hole up for the season, many make the best of it. Some of us travel the warm states in our RVs and curse the ‘Cold Canadian Front’ when we occasionally have to scrape our windshields using a credit card because we don’t have CD covers anymore.


A man in the Safeway Store ...

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Meeting Women, Minimum Wage, Liberals

…and a $2.50 Sam’s Club Combo Lunch

Despite Louisiana’s 9% sales tax, I went shopping at Sam’s Club today… at lunchtime. As planned, I had a pizza-slice-and-coke combo. However, things are different at this Sam’s Club, way different and a harbinger indeed. I immediately thought of Kathleen Wynne – the Premier of Ontario – and of every other liberal politician who failed Economics 101 and would sell his/her soul for a vote, if s/he hadn’t already sold it ten times over.

The ...

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Lingering in Louisiana

Cuz Texas Has a Whorehouse In It

After a bone-jarring, bad-mouthing trip to get to New Iberia Louisiana, I’ve decided to stay. Once settled in here, a good night’s sleep and a trip back up to the office to apologize to the Park Manager for being such an Angry Yankee and to thank her for her patience, I began to consider my position.

I seem to have settled into an unnecessarily hectic routine: pull, set up, relax the next day, sight see ...

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Another Day of Learning

Somebody Help Me Get Out Of Lousyana

Moving day and another day of learning. I have safely landed in New Iberia Louisiana, just south of Lafayette and the home of Tabasco Sauce. It’s been a long day and all this learning is near killing me.

This morning in Natchez Mississippi started out okay. I had the cat in his carrier, outside on the picnic table allowing me to get everything done without worrying about him hiding or escaping. Three slides retracted into ...

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