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Drive down roads that no longer exist.

In 1951, a man bought a pickup truck because he needed to load things up and move them. Things like bricks and bags of feed. Somewhere along the line trendsetters and marketers got involved, and now we buy pickups — big, horse-powered, overbuilt, wide-assed, comfortable pickups — so that we may stick our key in the ignition of an icon, fire up an image, and drive off in a cloud of connotations.

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3 Star DT Michael Perry Decommits from JSU

Defensive tackle Michael Perry has re-opened his recruitment after receiving offers from Ole Miss, Mizzou, and Memphis. 191 more words


00006 - Cadian Infantry

: For my first post, I have an Imperial Guard who belongs to the 171th Cadian Infantry Regiment, squad 219, designed by Michael Perry in 1995… 301 more words

Citadel Miniatures

A New Week Brings a Big Commitment

Coming off of a 48-13 rout of Tennessee State, things just seem to keep getting better for JSU.  On Monday, shortly after finding out they retained the number one spot in the country, the Gamecocks received a huge commitment – both literally and figuratively.  215 more words


Writer Friends


Ronnie Hess

Two people I know got attention for their writing this week.

Ronnie Hess, a friend from childhood summers on Fire island, won a 2015 Hal Prize from Write On, Door County, Wisconsin, for a story about Tina Hess, her mother. 200 more words

Population: 485: Meeting Your Neighbors One Siren at a Time

Population: 485: Meeting Your Neighbors One Siren at a Time by Michael Perry

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Welcome to New Auburn, Wisconsin, where the local vigilante is a farmer’s wife armed with a pistol and a Bible, the most senior member of the volunteer fire department is a cross-eyed butcher with one kidney and two ex-wives (both of whom work at the only gas station in town), and the back roads are haunted by the ghosts of children and farmers. 44 more words


SINGLE REVIEW: Empty Box Of Wine by Jour Majesty


Jour Majesty is essentially singer/songwriter Michael Perry and some gifted musical cohorts. Hailing from Los Angeles, Perry writes traditional country/folk songs combined with a modern lyrical style and production. 297 more words

Faulkner Review