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BYCU

The Waiting Calm before the drinking storm. Free, sober weekend now. Liver Armeggedon starts next weekend. Next Thursday, I’m taking a virtual tour of a Bardstown bourbon distillery, complete with a gift box of bourbon delivered ahead of time, courtesy … Continue reading

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Sports Down

“Monday Night Football Ratings Crash,” ratings “way down,” “NFL ratings take a huge hit.” It sounds like, if it weren’t for Tom Brady’s inaugural game with Tampa Bay, it would’ve been a catastrophic opening weekend for the NFL. With Brady, … Continue reading

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Miscellany

Rogan and Drudge So, Rogan left California and moved to Texas. I’m guessing Texas’ income tax rate (zero) looks pretty good next to California’s (12.3%). If he’s bringing in $10,000,000 per year, that’s $1,230,000 a year in state income taxes … Continue reading

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Drudge

Everyone is “atwitter” about what has happened to Matt Drudge. The Jewish Drudge has always been friendly to libertarian and Catholic sentiments, with a conservative streak. Starting at the beginning of 2020, however, he turned hard left . . . … Continue reading

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Miscellany

Sports and Ghosts Ha. People said sports will never be the same. They were wrong. The Lions blew another big lead on opening day. I think this is the third year in a row. I hear the woke coverage of … Continue reading

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From Correspondence

Me to a young man who read the McLuhan piece at Medium (which is trending well, btw) and is interested in the effects of social media Given your interest in the effects of social media, McLuhan is probably right up … Continue reading

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From Medium

Garden Writing is About More than Plants The biographical, philosophical, meditational, and countercultural world of American gardening literature Riddle: What literary genre has historical roots that predate Socrates; features hundreds of American writers including Thoreau, Washington Irving, and Edith Wharton; … Continue reading

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White Culture

A long-time question of mine finally answered: Why Can’t You Wear White After Labor Day? The article says that the number of rich Americans increased dramatically around 1900. In order to distinguish the old rich from the new rich, the … Continue reading

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McLuhan

Miscellany: Medium and Marshall The Eudemon Medium.com publication is getting closer to full take-off. We have four writers. A logo has been ordered. If you want to write for the publication, or if you know someone who is already writing … Continue reading

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BYCU

I Don’t Love the Nightlife and I Don’t Got to Boogie But I miss the bars “There is nothing which has yet been contrived by man, by which so much happiness is produced as by a good tavern or inn.” … Continue reading

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Gardening Journals

I grew tons of Roma tomatoes this year, specifically for canning. Marie made it clear that she didn’t want to can. I made it clear that I would. Then things got crazy at the office and I ran out of … Continue reading

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Ouch

Cold blooded interstate sign in Jackson, MS this morning. (Via @tcounts5) pic.twitter.com/7kKEk6P3zP — Clay Travis (@ClayTravis) September 1, 2020 Bookmark it: del.icio.us | Reddit | Slashdot | Digg |

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