The number of homeless veterans in the Low Country is hard to determine. We know one personally. We call him “Forest Brian”. Just like countless of veterans, Brian lives in the woods and forests which line the roads and highways in the Charleston area. Officials claim a recent drop of the homeless vet population of 35%. Many question this statistic.
You send them to school, pay them big bucks and they still act like boys (and girls) on bikes.
Today marks the first anniversary of wild kangaroos in Wyoming. Last year the Wyoming Fish and Game Department (WFAG) imported and released 90 kangaroos. As the first hunt season on kangaroo opens, early reports say it’s a resounding success. Last year, The Wyoming Fish and Game Department (WFAG) partnered with the Wyoming Migration Initiative (WMI) released the [...]
The title is not a typo. Here’s our update on the Evil Disney Empire. Late at night on rides such as Pirates of the Caribbean and It’s a Small World, amorous couples regularly try to make the Happiest Place on Earth even a little happier. They’re apparently unaware that virtually every inch of every ride [...]
In the military or in the private sector, every subculture has its own language. Airlines are no exception. Baby Jesus An infant passenger whose parents treat it with utmost importance, which may result in a lack of polite behavior like incessant crying.. Blue Juice The lavatory water is blue. So when we call the [...]