Daily Archives: September 7, 2019

The Many Layers Of Panini

First of all, let us be clear about what we are talking about.  As much as I enjoy a good panini, I am not talking about the tasty food, but rather about the song by Lil Nas X.  In this … Continue reading

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Book Review: Hillbilly Elegy

Hillbilly Elegy:  A Memoir Of A Family And Culture In Crisis, by J.D. Vance Intriguingly enough, I first became familiar with this book through a large volume of leftist rants that sought to tear this book apart.  Finding the attempted … Continue reading

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Book Review: Just Three Minutes, Please

Just Three Minutes, Please:  Thinking Out Loud On Public Radio, by Michael Blumenthal This is the sort of book that raises questions of why the government funds mouthbreathers like this author to be on the radio.  The only positive quality … Continue reading

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Book Review: Death In The Great Smoky Mountains

Death In The Great Smoky Mountains:  Stories Of Accidents And Foolhardiness In The Most Popular Park, by Michael Bradley I was unaware that there was an entire subgenre of writing that dealt with death and injury and foolishness in America’s … Continue reading

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