Browsing All posts tagged under »transportation«

August’s Random Tweets

August 2, 2013

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Gas is too damn high and I blame that son of a bitch Seth MacFarlane. I got a hankering for horse meat. #DontJudgeMe Some days I feel like a world champion turd surfer and other days I’m just slowly circling the bowl. I wish ‘yo greasy granny got a hole in her panty goin beep beep […]

Duck Dynasty: Bass Man Standing

April 6, 2013

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When I decided to catch up on Duck Dynasty I wanted to work my way backward, watch the 2nd season later and stay current (blog) on the 3rd as it aired. So I’ve missed some stuff and for that I apologize. Several personal messages and Facebook comments have corrected me regarding things revealed in season […]

Put A Duck Dynasty Ring On It

April 4, 2013

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Jase Roberston and I have something in common. Well, besides the fact that we’re both northeast Louisiana natives with unkempt facial hair. Neither of us wear wedding rings. Jase because he doesn’t like rings, me because I’m broke. My wife and I will celebrate 6 years of wedded bliss this October but we’re still waiting […]

Real Ducks & Imaginary Panthers

April 3, 2013

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Modern-day tall tales are called ‘Urban Legends’ but despite that moniker modern folklore often originates far from urban areas. Such is the case with Louisiana black panthers. Country folks from Mansfield to Mandeville swear black panthers roam our woods while Louisiana wildlife experts say there are no, none, zero, zip, zilch – black panthers in […]

The Duck Truck and the Sunken Boat

March 29, 2013

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More in my quest to catch up on mega-hit Duck Dynasty, the reality show that stars a redneck family from my hometown: Truck Commander The episode kicks off with Willie & Korie Robertson facing a classic dilemma, teenage kids and cars. Their son John Luke (did they name that kid after Captain Picard?) has brought […]

I’m From America’s 5th Saddest City

February 21, 2013

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Monroe Louisiana is my hometown. Situated on the eastern banks of the Ouachita river, Monroe is a tiny city, in fact its barely a city at all, more like a town on steroids. But I love this small city in the northeast corner of the Louisiana boot, its home so I really have no choice […]

Smoke, Oil and Mirrors (How To Make A News Commercial)

January 29, 2013

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I love oil in all it’s forms. I totally do, I love gas in my car, I love electricity, I love the petrochemicals in my plastic bottles and cups and utensils and of course in all my household electronics from TV to coffee maker. I love, love, LOVE the oil in my asphalt roads (who […]