I listen to a lot of the lectures talks from Dr. Jordan B. Peterson and one person he loves to talk about is Aleksandr Solzhenitzyn, a Soviet gulag survivor. Solzhenitzyn's life was rather extraordinary in that he studies math and physics at Rostov State University in Russia, was an artillery officer in WWII, then was … Continue reading One Day In The Life of Ivan Denisovich by Aleksandr Solzhenitzyn
Happy Saint Patrick's Day! Although I'm sure those who celebrated did so this past weekend, today is the actual holiday. Be safe and be careful and enjoy the the holiday!
Liam stuck close to the corner, careful to make sure the red hall light above didn’t cast his silhouette on the wall. He inched forward and slowly peaked his eye around the corner. He saw one guard, the overseer, the keeper of the gate. The guard, called Mammoth by the inmates due to his size … Continue reading The Breakout
“Can I get some units over to three-seventeen north Oak for a full arrest? Caller says her husband was just clutching his chest and collapsed.” squawked the dispatcher over the radio. Harry reached for his radio mic clipped to his left shoulder. “Twenty-five, I’m right down the street.” Harry reached down to the center console … Continue reading Needles Everywhere
Major League pitchers and catchers have officially reported for all 30 clubs at Spring Training with the first full squad workouts set for tomorrow and college baseball is officially underway for the 2021 season. It's that time of year again baby!! I now have access to ESPN+ so I'm finally able to watch more games … Continue reading Baseball Survives COVID