Beware of man bearing orange juice
EDITOR: America is sexually repressed, that’s why people are acting out. Now if we are going to crucify men for being pigs lets discuss the dysfunction of American society that has led to the current malaise. Men have their choice between Madonnas, frumps and whores. Socioeconomic considerations are intertwined with the requirement that couples breed taxpayers. Most women are so oppressed that they can’t have sex unless they are married or drunk out of their minds.
So you escort them through rehab and/or a bad marriage. There are women that are self-actualized to the point that they ask for it. If you’re old enough to ask for it. Men should be mature enough to tell them no. Pleased to have tea on Sunday, crumps and bangers. Wednesday afternoons before 3, call me.
Manifest obscenity, go west young man. Oh my God, just when you think it can’t get any worse. Somehow they pull a rabbit out of their hat. If they can’t find a rabbit, they pull a monkey out of somewhere. So, here is the challenge my psychiatrist gave to me: “You have to learn to seduce a woman with a glass of orange juice.” You are not allowed to poach divorcees. You both have to be present. You both have to be sober. I think the real skill is to be a good listener. People give you all sorts of clues. It is best to go skiing with someone who likes to ski. Tantric sex, there are some wonderful books, encourage others to read.
So, how about curling: Canada vs. Switzerland. Women’s curling, check out the champions, gliding across the ice. I love Canadians, they are so kind. The mindfulness in their facial expressions. The Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau. The man is elegant. Just has a polish to him that Donald and Vladimir lack. Take care and be well.
Teddy not Trumpy!
EDITOR: When Donald Trump was elected president, sportsmen had high hopes that the president and his cabinet would commit to, in President Trump’s words, “honoring the legacy of Theodore Roosevelt.” As our 26th president, Roosevelt worked tirelessly to stop special interests from developing and privatizing our public lands and waters, conserving more than 230 million acres by establishing 150 national forests, 51 federal bird reserves, four national game preserves, five national parks and 18 national monuments.
Sportsmen have applauded the administration for some Roosevelt-like actions, such as Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke’s proposal to expand hunting and fishing on 10 national wildlife refuges and Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue’s calling on Congress to create a permanent solution to the practice of “fire borrowing.”
Yet we will continue to hold administration officials accountable for pursuing the rollback of conservation protections on millions of acres of national monuments, scrapping collaborative habitat management plans for sage grouse, and not fighting administration proposals to cut popular public access programs like the Land and Water Conservation Fund. These actions threaten to undermine Roosevelt’s legacy, and I join Backcountry Hunters & Anglers in urging the Trump administration to do the right thing and stand up for our public lands.
PG&E withholding cause of fire?
EDITOR: This Thanksgiving I had much to be thankful for — my home and I survived the firestorm that raged through Sonoma County from Oct. 8 for more than a week. People suffered heartbreaking devastation when family members, friends, pets and livestock died during the firestorm and over 5,000 people lost homes, businesses, and other structures.