Monthly Archives: April 2014

Truman’s Hump Day Song of the Week: The Unknown Stuntman

  Lee Majors – the Six Million Dollar Man himself – turned 75 today. For you young tots, Lee was the ’70s version of Brad Pitt and George Clooney rolled into one, was married to the late Farrah Fawcett for a while, and … Continue reading

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Easter in D.C.

We attended the annual Easter Sunrise Service on Sunday at Arlington National Cemetery… … then went around the corner to see  the Tomb of the Unknowns, where members of The Old Guard stand at post 24/7 – in the rain, … Continue reading

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Truman’s Hump Day Song of the Week: When I’m Gone

  The other day during an otherwise beautiful morning at the range, a shooting coach was squatting near an orange cone that marked one of the yard lines from which to fire. He picked up the cone and started tapping it … Continue reading

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Amazing Grace for April 14th

 

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Truman’s Hump Day Song of the Week: Follow Your Arrow

What makes Truman stand on his hind legs for a full minute? That’s right, dear readers – I gave my dog ice cream. Tomorrow, I might let him drive me to work. We do want we want here. “Follow Your Arrow” … Continue reading

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More Weapons on Posts? Or More B.S. in The Post?

In the wake of last week’s Fort Hood shooting, some lawmakers (read: red-state congressmen) again suggested that more members of the military be allowed to carry firearms while on military installations. In an editorial Monday, The Washington Post bemoaned this “vocal faction” for undercutting … Continue reading

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Truman’s Hump Day Song of the Week: You and Tequila

Kentucky Wildcats in the Final Four? Impossible. Yet there they are, just a few weeks after sputtering through a relatively weak Southeastern Conference schedule and gutting through some ugly wins against Kansas State, unsung Wichita State, defending national champion Louisville … Continue reading

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