It’s sad to see the distinctive necktie disappearing. Forget, for the moment, that neckties appeared in history to keep men’s shirts clean. In the fabulous Sixties, even a man condemned to wear a gray flannel suit e could make a statement with a brilliant silk tie. Yeah, even with a slash of red in it. Almost as good as wearing a large Stetson hat and fine leather boots (lizard skin of course).
Wise Fellas & Smart GalsAdversity
Belief and Faith
Do not be afraid to have a great enemy. (Eleanor Roosevelt)
City Slickers Selling Snake OilSelling “Cow Oil” or is it cow dung?
Do City Slickers still sell Snake Oil?
Western RamblingsBad Lands
Thats So SixtiesMale Plumage
Once Around the Pomade
The virtues of Spam
Sass BackCO VID-19Wuhan
Death for Horse Thieves?
FeedbagCan you Spell Columbia, er,ah Colombia?
Here Are All the Answers
The meaning of Life
PicturesI’m The Man
In My DayAre there more than two sexes?
Overheard at the SaloonDo Cheaters Prosper?
How ’bout Them Electric Cars?
Politics in Glory USA
Horse Thieves and Other VarmintsPunishment
Unemployment and Future Shock
Bite the BulletCorona virus comes to Glory USA
Why did folks “Bite the Bullet”?