On Quarantines and Trees, Pencils, Technology, Art and Music

On Quarantines and Trees, Pencils, Technology, Art and Music

Due to some sustained winds, I had a large limb of a sizable ash tree blown down. And, in consideration of the Emerald Ash Borer, which is sort of the COVID-19 of ash trees complete with its own federal quarantine regulations, I decided not to save the tree.  Instead, I chose to cut it down … Continue reading On Quarantines and Trees, Pencils, Technology, Art and Music

On Used Cars, Haircuts, and Buyers Beware

On Used Cars, Haircuts, and Buyers Beware

April 20, 2020 by Doug “Uncola” Lynn: In the mid-nineteen-eighties, while contemplating two post-graduate opportunities, I needed to earn some fast cash so I thought I’d give selling cars a try.  Why not?  From a young age I had a love of cars, motorcycles, and airplanes.  And camping. In fact, I’ve traveled through 41 of … Continue reading On Used Cars, Haircuts, and Buyers Beware

The Coronavirus Encounters of an Average American Nobody

The Coronavirus Encounters of an Average American Nobody

April 7, 2020 by Doug “Uncola” Lynn: Last week, I read an online article in my local paper telling of a 68-year-old gentleman who died from COVID-19. In the article, it described how the man had retired in the last year because of cancer. Then, two days later, my wife asked me if I had … Continue reading The Coronavirus Encounters of an Average American Nobody

April Fools:  In the New Age of Deception, Coronavirus has Hastened the Old Collectivism

April Fools: In the New Age of Deception, Coronavirus has Hastened the Old Collectivism

April 1, 2020 by Doug “Uncola” Lynn:   “…..but the plan insidiously advances.” - ordo ab chao   “They are banned from churches and public spaces. They can’t hold hands to pray. LOL!” - The Devil   At the very end of last year, I wrote a New Year’s piece entitled “America is Over But … Continue reading April Fools: In the New Age of Deception, Coronavirus has Hastened the Old Collectivism