Tag Archives: military

Gun Ownership

I own guns. I learned to shoot before I could read, and I could disassemble, clean, and reassemble my rifle before I learned to ride a bike. I think everyone should learn about gun safety, whether they choose to own one … Continue reading

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Uno – The pursuit of Idiots

Let me be clear up front, I don’t hate you if you play Uno, and I hope you have tons of fun with it. Just never bring it to my house. Think of it as something shameful and do it … Continue reading

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The Civil War & Gays in the Military

When I was young, I remember my Dad, who was old, much older than most dads; he was 52 at my birth. Anyway, Dad once told me something, whether it was something he’d read, or just his opinion, it seemed … Continue reading

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Support Ribbons

I’ve been wearing a rainbow ribbon for a while now, in support of gay rights to marry and other things the rest of us take for granted. A few people have asked if I’m gay, and I say “no, you … Continue reading

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