James is feeling a little better this week and made up for lost time with a lot of posts! He embarks tomorrow for his trip back East, so he won't be posting as much for the next week or so. Wish him well on his journey!
Happy Easter from Stevedore Jackson! He shares with us the origins of his people's traditional spring celebrations.
Rest in peace, Gene Wolfe; James writes extensively on a mystical worldview. Honor him by reading along with James, Chapter 17, and Chapter 18.
Eavesdrop on a dialogue between artists, and see Craig's work at his YT Channel.
Earn your Ph.D. in Ancient Combat here at Crackpot University, this week's reading is infantry and cavalry.
For the latest on Plantation America, James is reading the travel journals of a pair of Dutchmen, as they pass through New York, and on to their impressions of Maryland.
Han Silo gets an introduction to the values of fighting men.
Survive urban life like a snail, carrying your home on your back.
A European millennial checks in.
James is re-reading the Gospels, this might be because of Sam Finlay.
James encourages some non-LaFond reading, John Glubb.
James analyzes the video, cop arresting machete wielding man.
The perfect machete defense doesn't exi.,.. pic.twitter.com/2DWry7TOjA— MikeTheCop (@Mike_TheCop) April 14, 2019