Surfin’ Safari in the UK
Peter A. Carrigan
I would’ve once thought a British surfing safari was a world of wrong, a contradiction in terms. Like warm beer and regular trains on London’s Northern Line, some stuff never sticks.
Travel and Trade
Peter A. Carrigan 1.31.21
I presume I’ve gained knowledge from the road. One thing I’ve learnt for sure is that trade opens the doors, keeps the wolf away and greases the wheels.
The Colors of Cusco
Eric D Lehman in Peru
shakily on the new tarmac and I finally get a proper view of the
mountains, which look like some god grabbed the highlands of Scotland
and stretched them to tremendous size.
The Lone Star State Disaster
James Campion 2.19.21
Rugged Individualism Meets God’s Wrath & Loses - Texas has a plan: Do Not Have Anything To Do With Anything Beyond Our Borders. And that plan works for them, until it doesn’t, and now it isn’t.
The Real Victims of 'THE BIG LIE'.
James Campion 2.12.21
Members of Cult Terrorists Pay the Price for Political Theater
Being suckered or brainwashed or riled up by the ravings of a megalomaniac is as common a human trait as love, jealousy, fear, and hate. It is baked into our DNA
The Great Voter Migration
James Campion 2.5.21
The Future of Southern Politics
The Devil You Know is perhaps the most important political theory book of the past two decades.
The Importance of Having a Dedicated Writing Space
Indiana Lee 2.19.21
From creativity to avoiding distractions, personalization to intense focus, there are many reasons to dedicate a specific environment to your writing.
that time roads (if you could call them that, that is) were something
else: bridges and there were many never allowed for two
on an Indian train
Colin Todhunter in Madras
knew that it was wise not to be drawn into debate in public.
Navigating 2021 Tax Season as a Freelancer - Indiana Lee 1.31.21