- Florida, U.S.A.
- June 04
- Back in the West, but determined to stay On Island Time. Life is too short to spend it racing rats.
MY RECENT POSTS
- Open Call: Did You See What I
December 08, 2013 10:44PM
- Fear of The Public Option
October 30, 2013 10:39PM
- Diana Nyad - Onward
September 01, 2013 01:17AM
- Key West
March 27, 2012 09:25PM
- Goodbye to You
February 25, 2012 07:50PM
MY RECENT COMMENTS
- “Of course it was money
that got this young man this
December 16, 2013 09:03PM
- “Do you think that the
businesses are actually
December 15, 2013 09:58PM
- “Wow, Daniel Rigney, I
really like that addition. And
you for the kind
December 15, 2013 09:12PM
- “Zanelle is a wise
I say your value
isn't in your job or whether
you are in…”
December 15, 2013 08:32PM
- “I cannot imagine what
his family is going
December 15, 2013 06:38PM
the Av-A-Tar to the pussy cat,
did you see what I saw
Way up in the feed, pussy cat,
did you see what I saw
A blog, a blog, brilliant in the light
With a poem as soft as the night
With a poem as soft as the night
Said/… Read full post »
Medicare was established in 1966. It was many years in the making, and was strongly opposed by conservatives, who warned that the government program would lead to socialism in America. Since Ronald Reagan was/is God, I assume that means we are now a Socialist Country, since not only is i… Read full post »
Diana Nyad post 2011 Cuba Swim
Diana Nyad has been heavy on my mind.
Yesterday morning, at 64 years old, she started what she says will be her final attempt to swim from Cuba to the Florida Keys.
I was involved in a minor capacity during her 2011 attempt, and… Read full post »
I wish I was broken up about leaving Key West because of the cool factor. It is very cool. I love the houses in Old Town, the ones that are restored to glory next to the ones that are funky messes, next to the ones all boarded up. I really like… Read full post »
It’s time to clean out this Conch House and say goodbye to a little island paradise that gave me more beauty than I could have ever imagined.
I rented this house knowing it was a temporary home.… Read full post »
We left Great Exuma on January 18th for Staniel Cay. We met friends who were already anchored there. It ended up being one of the highlights of our trip.
Thunderball Grotto was amazing. The entrance to the cave is underwater unless you go at low tide. We timed it… Read full post »
Photos from Little Bay, Just off Black Point Settlement
Great Guana Cay
Taken December 28, 2011
Black Point Settlement has no marina. They are a true Bahamian village. Not at all "touristy" but welcoming and friendly. We enjoyed our few days there, and made some new friends...
&n… Read full post »
Left Bimini Dec. 19th and slogged across the Great Bahama Bank. It was strange to be in consistent 12' water when you draw 6'. Seas were 3' - 4' and wind 15 - 20 knots from the east. We decided to anchor near the North West Shoal, where it was shallow.… Read full post »
Great Exuma, Bahamas
I can’t wait to see Gordon.
Gordon is the owner/proprietor of Aces, one of a cluster of fish fry shacks in George Town, Bahamas on Great Exuma Island. He cooks spicy garlic pan fried yellow tail sn… Read full post »
A personal hero of mine, Diana Nyad, posted a blog on HuffPo today.
Here is the link:
We cannot let the Penn State case come and go, fade from the front pages, unt… Read full post »
Because the blogs won’t load. Because I have tried to rate Myriad and James Mark countless times in the last while, and the rates do not stick. Because comments do not stick, either.
You know, there is this really cool cat, Tinkertink69 on this site who could probably deal with… Read full post »
I laughed out loud at this comment. It was written after a post very early on during OWS after a police officer pepper sprayed a peaceful protester in NYC. There was a comparison to the treatment received by the Tea Party demonstrators who received a free pass for their… Read full post »
When did torture become a good thing? Why would Republican presidential candidates embrace the use of torture to win voter support?
Only two of the Republican primary contenders, Ron Paul and Jon Huntsman, spoke out against waterboarding and named it torture. Only two of eight.
Wa… Read full post »
Remeber "The Beer Summit", when President Obama invited Harvard Professor Henry Louis Gates, Jr. and police Sergant James Crowley to the Rose Garden to try to defuse a war of words over race that had caused a national uproar?
President Obama called it, "a teachable moment" on improving relations betw… Read full post »
Responding to a question regarding so called “Class Warfare” Elizabeth Warren had this to say,
“You built a factory out there? Good for you. But I want to be clear: you moved your goods to market on the roads the rest of us paid for;… Read full post »
The local Oakland police's use of force seriously injured an Occupy activist who is an Iraq War veteran. See the Huffington Post story at the link below:
When the Tea Party rallies were first in the news my friends and I immediately dismissed the participants as a bunch of paranoid racists who believed that President Obama was a Muslim (the devil!) with a grand plan to destroy the county from within. Probably because that’s what they said/… Read full post »
If our government can take control of a woman’s uterus,
then it should be able to take control of a man’s dick, too.
Use it and lose it?
The newest bill being floated on Capital Hill would require all men who contribute to… Read full post »