Sunday, November 26, 2017

Lockhart's Top LaFonds Volume 4

Lynn's picks for the week of November 20:

A new way of buying books from Jerk House Books.

Baruch tells us about some lesser known dog breeds, recommended for guard dogs in harsh terrain.

James writes condemns himself a coward with a truly rare degree of self-reflection in a piece from 2013.

Thorfinn Odinson Skullsplitter asks Why Do Art

Calhoun's mice and the fate of civilization.

The Checkered Demon settles for some elbow room and wild turkeys.

Ruben Chandler shares a bitter memory triggered by a song.

Travel tips from Tony Rooster.

Good wishes from Mockingbird as James heads for retirement from the Ghetto Grocer business.

I don't care what James says, he is not white trash, and by the way, the King of New York doesn't like that term.

I don't care what anyone says, James is The Last Whiteman in Baltimore.

I think you are going to like this Thunderbird story.  Read the latest chapter and get caught up!

The Sea Daddy writes a quiet warning, but I don't think the toffs understand how near they are.

James gives a primer on fighting with a staff.

(c) 2017 Lynn Lockhart

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