Letter from High Chimneys

Letter from High Chimneys by Jack Rue Jack Rue fakes it without his spectacles as he lost them on his last joke about the Priest leaving the house of ill repute where he had ministered to the poor working girls. Letter from High Chimneys: Bars Going Broke Rue Stops Drinking – Part OneBy Jack RueI have […]

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HEROIN HIGHWAY TO HELL: Hello Deadheads! Some quality weed ain’t gonna make it to your party this weekend!

HEROIN HIGHWAY TO HELL: Hello Deadheads! Some quality weed ain’t gonna make it to your party this weekend! Coast Guard Cutter Hamilton crew members load bales of marijuana for storage within the ship March 22, 2019, in the Carribean Sea. The Hamilton crew seized approximately 2,000 pounds of marijuana worth over $3.5 million. (U.S. Coast […]

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SEA RESCUE: U. S. Coast Guard & Navy rush to the rescue of disabled sailboat 110 miles off of Virginia coast

The Coast Guard Cutter Reliance crew works to rig the sailboat, C’est La Vie, for towing 110 miles east southeast of Virginia Beach, Va., Feb 8. 2019. U.S. Coast Guard photo. PORTSMOUTH, Va. — Coast Guard Cutter Reliance is bringing two crewmembers and their disabled sailboat back to shore Friday, Feb. 8, 2019, after a Navy […]

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BIG FISH SETS RECORD! Longnose Gar caught by David Confair

Instead of a catfish, it was a longnose gar, a fish that dates to prehistoric times and can grow up to 6 feet long. Maryland Department of Natural Resources staff verified the species, and Kool Ice and Seafood Company in Cambridge certified the fish’s official weight. Confair’s catch surpassed the state’s previous record holder, Justin Kelly, who caught a 17-pound longnose gar in the Potomac River back in 2011. 

Confair kept his catch alive for more than two days and released it back into the creek after the record was certified. “It deserves to live,” Confair said. “I’m hoping to set a bigger record. I know there are bigger ones, I’ve seen them.”

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Leonard Copsey Drifted On

“Insurance? Heck no,” said Leonard. “Those people want too much money each year from you, it’s hard enough making a living without paying those big insurance companies those big numbers. We’ll fix up our place, dry things out and replace anything that’s damaged, and we’ll be back open for business really quick.”

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