Dancing and Carousing at The Crystal Palace in Tombstone, Arizona

The 1990s and 1890s were a very different time

The Crystal Palace -Marine 69–71 at English Wikipedia, CC BY-SA 3.0

In the mid-1990s, I was a much different person than I am today. I was conservative and libertarian in my ideas about government and guns. In fact, I carried a Glock 19 strapped to my waist most of the time. I loved country music, a phase that saw me and my best friend, Roy…

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Personal essays hardly pay the bills, but they are my passion, and a little passion is far better than none.

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Personal essays hardly pay the bills, but they are my passion, and a little passion is far better than none.

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