I am still under the weather, so today I am gonna post some stuff that’s been posted before, but it’s certainly worth a second read, if you’ve already looked it over. For our newer visitors, it’ll be a great opportunity to catch up on the material they have not had the chance to read yet. At any rate, you’ll be exposed to rantings of a madman the award-winning (my Mom awarded me a Dinky Button) literature that makes you queasy you’ve come to expect from yours truly, so set your expectations real low and you won’t be disappointed. It’s a win-win deal.

  • The Law West of the PecosThe heartwarming tale of a man who basically ruled a portion of West Texas from the Court’s bench. Justice Roy Bean style went like this: a guy was accused of killing a Chinese man. Judge Bean studied on it for a bit, then proclaimed the defendant not guilty. The Judge said, and I’m paraphrasing here, “it’s certainly against the law to kill a man, but the law says nothing about killing a Chinaman. Case dismissed.” Read the post and click on he links and you’ll find more tear-inducing tales of the Law West of the Pecos.
  • Forged of a Hotter Fire– I have posted 288 times on this blog so far, and this is in my Top 3 Favorite Posts. In the story, click the link to read a great essay from Coach Bum Phillips on what it means to be a Texan. I think our non-Texan friends will enjoy it and gain a little insight as to why Texans are so fiercely proud of our heritage. God bless Texas.
  • Country Music Month Wrap Up– This was posted about a week and a half ago, but it’s still worth re-reading or just clicking on the links to the music of BOCEPHUS!!!

That’s a pretty good day’s reading right there. Sit back, crack open a beer for breakfast and hit the “Bocephus” post, crank up the music and read the other two posts while you jam. That’s the way people “forged of a hotter fire” do it.  

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