From Classic Literature to Namibia

I met a man named Kyle last night after we went to the Upper West Side for what was to prove a rather poor “party.” It was six girls sitting around with the World Series on in the background. Some were attractive, sure, and they were all strong women, each with their own distinct personality… Continue reading From Classic Literature to Namibia

Louisiana and the Mouth of the Mississippi

As I tweeted today at Oak Alley Plantation, the area along the Mississippi between New Orleans and Baton Rouge was once known as Millionaire’s Row and had the most money in the entire country. Just imagine the steamboats and the rafts and floating wigwams working up and down the river a hundred fifty years ago…… Continue reading Louisiana and the Mouth of the Mississippi