Tag Archives: Louisiana

Agnostic intellectualism

Agnostic intellectualism By Sarge I’m a curmudgeon, a cynic, a misanthrope, and a scoffer. I don’t believe in the unfettered altruism of any public servant sucking the blood from the public coffers. They promote verbal solutions to problems they could … Continue reading

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Goobernatorial debates

Goobernatorial debates By Sarge From what little I saw of the Goobernatorial Debates in Ruston Louisiana last night, I can honestly say a case of the “loosey-goosey” (Explosive Colonic Discharge) would have been more entertaining. Paint drying would have thrilled … Continue reading

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Beware the goatherd

Beware the Goatherd By Sarge Following Louisiana politics is similar to herding snakes from the International Space Station. Any effectiveness is hindered by being removed from the field and the damned snakes don’t listen anyway. Such is the case when … Continue reading

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Water under the bridge

Water under the bridge By Sarge Mr. A. Hays Town Jr. wrote a commentary to the column: Water, Water Everywhere published on 4-3-2014 in The Hayride and numerous E-Zines. I will copy and paste Mr. Town’s entry into the conversation … Continue reading

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Some people can’t be rehabilitated

Some people can’t be rehabilitated By Sarge With Edwin Edwards insinuating himself into the 6th Congressional race the dynamics of the program changed. First, Mr. Edwin doesn’t do anything unless there’s a buck to found, cornered, captured, skewered and skinned … Continue reading

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High on the Tight-Wire

High on the Tight-Wire By Sarge When I was a kid about a gazillion years ago, I watched a circus acrobat dance on a hire-wire. She appeared beautiful, svelte and carefully coifed as she balanced desperately close to her personal … Continue reading

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