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April 10th
1:24 AM








   
“The Pensive Scoundrel II” By Michael Vermouth
 When you’re slapped you’ll take it and like it. 
~Humphrey Bogart from The Maltese Falcon

“The Pensive Scoundrel II” By Michael Vermouth

 When you’re slapped you’ll take it and like it. 

~Humphrey Bogart from The Maltese Falcon

1:16 AM
“The Pensive Scoundrel” By Michael Vermouth
    Even the best intentioned of great men need a few scoundrels around them; there are some things you cannot ask an honest man to do.
~ Jean de La Bruyère

 

“The Pensive Scoundrel” By Michael Vermouth

    Even the best intentioned of great men need a few scoundrels around them; there are some things you cannot ask an honest man to do.

~ Jean de La Bruyère

 

October 22nd
9:58 AM


A single sunbeam is enough to drive away many shadows




~St. Francis of Assisi

Sunbeams by Michael Vermouth

A single sunbeam is enough to drive away many shadows

~St. Francis of Assisi

Sunbeams by Michael Vermouth

September 15th
2:41 AM
Stucky’s Bridge
By Michael Vermouth
There are many legends surrounding the bridge’s namesake, the most popular casting him as a Norman Bates style innkeeper/serial killer. But the most believable telling of the legend appears in L.N. Fairley and J.T. Dawson’s, Paths to the Past: An Overview History of Lauderdale County, which is published by, and can be found within, the Lauderdale County Department of Archives and History. That version of the legend begins with the passage through Meridian of the infamous Dalton Gang. The gang is said to have left behind a member by the name of Stuckey. Stuckey, according to legend, “murdered and robbed countless victims in the southwestern corner of the county during the first half of the nineteenth century.” Stuckey allegedly slayed travelers and stole their money, throwing their bodies into the Chunky at the future site of the bridge. After the bridge was erected in 1850, Stuckey was caught, tried, and hung from the railings of the bridge. Legend holds that Stuckey haunts the bridge to this day, bitter and menacing, angry at having been subjected to the same fate as his victims.~ excerpt from the Meridian Star

Stucky’s Bridge

By Michael Vermouth

There are many legends surrounding the bridge’s namesake, the most popular casting him as a Norman Bates style innkeeper/serial killer. But the most believable telling of the legend appears in L.N. Fairley and J.T. Dawson’s, Paths to the Past: An Overview History of Lauderdale County, which is published by, and can be found within, the Lauderdale County Department of Archives and History. 

That version of the legend begins with the passage through Meridian of the infamous Dalton Gang. The gang is said to have left behind a member by the name of Stuckey. Stuckey, according to legend, “murdered and robbed countless victims in the southwestern corner of the county during the first half of the nineteenth century.” Stuckey allegedly slayed travelers and stole their money, throwing their bodies into the Chunky at the future site of the bridge. 

After the bridge was erected in 1850, Stuckey was caught, tried, and hung from the railings of the bridge. Legend holds that Stuckey haunts the bridge to this day, bitter and menacing, angry at having been subjected to the same fate as his victims.~ excerpt from the Meridian Star

September 12th
6:44 PM
No Dumping…unless you really want too.
By Michael Vermouth

No Dumping…unless you really want too.

By Michael Vermouth

August 26th
1:52 PM

You know, when you’re an actor, you want to go to Hollywood. When you’re a musician, you want to go to Nashville.~ Richie Sambora

Downtown Nashville Tennessee 08/23/2012
By Michael Vermouth

You know, when you’re an actor, you want to go to Hollywood. When you’re a musician, you want to go to Nashville.~ Richie Sambora

Downtown Nashville Tennessee 08/23/2012

By Michael Vermouth

July 26th
10:00 AM
The Bee and the Ant
By Michael Vermouth
The only reason for making a buzzing-noise that I know of is because you’re a bee…The only reason for being a bee that I know of is making honey….and the only reason for making honey is so I can eat it. ~ Winnie the Pooh in A.A. Milne’s ‘The House at Pooh Corner’

The Bee and the Ant

By Michael Vermouth

The only reason for making a buzzing-noise that I know of is because you’re a bee…The only reason for being a bee that I know of is making honey….and the only reason for making honey is so I can eat it. 
~ Winnie the Pooh in A.A. Milne’s ‘The House at Pooh Corner’

July 25th
9:50 AM

The busy bee has no time for sorrow. ~ William Blake
By Michael Vermouth

The busy bee has no time for sorrow. 
~ William Blake

By Michael Vermouth


July 23rd
8:49 PM
Thunder is good, thunder is impressive; but it is lightning that does all the work
~Mark Twain
By Michael Vermouth

Thunder is good, thunder is impressive; but it is lightning that does all the work

~Mark Twain

By Michael Vermouth

July 4th
2:15 AM
Travel to strange new lands and meet people…..then destroy them. Join the Galactic Empire.
By Michael Vermouth

Travel to strange new lands and meet people…..then destroy them. Join the Galactic Empire.

By Michael Vermouth

June 29th
9:56 AM

"Do you believe in love at first sight or should I walk by again?"
By Michael Vermouth

"Do you believe in love at first sight or should I walk by again?"

By Michael Vermouth

June 28th
9:53 AM

“My favorite animal is the mule. He has more horse sense than a horse. He knows when to stop eating, and he knows when to stop working.”~Harry S. Truman 

By Michael Vermouth

My favorite animal is the mule. He has more horse sense than a horse. He knows when to stop eating, and he knows when to stop working.”~Harry S. Truman 


By Michael Vermouth

June 27th
9:54 AM

"A mule is an animal with long funny earshe kicks up at anything he hearsHis back is brawny but his brain is weakhe’s just plain stupid with a stubborn streakand by the way if you hate to go to schoolYou may grow up to be a mule.” ~ Bing Crosby (Would You Like to Swing on A Star)
By Michael Vermouth

"A mule is an animal with long funny ears
he kicks up at anything he hears
His back is brawny but his brain is weak
he’s just plain stupid with a stubborn streak
and by the way if you hate to go to school
You may grow up to be a mule.” ~ Bing Crosby (Would You Like to Swing on A Star)

By Michael Vermouth

June 26th
9:53 AM

Once the horse is out of the barn, it’s hard to get him or her back in.”
~Gary Libby
By Michael Vermouth

Once the horse is out of the barn, it’s hard to get him or her back in.”

~Gary Libby

By Michael Vermouth

June 25th
2:54 AM

"A mule will labor ten years willingly and patiently for you, for the privellege of kicking you once." ~William Faulkner
By Michael Vermouth

"A mule will labor ten years willingly and patiently for you, for the privellege of kicking you once." ~William Faulkner

By Michael Vermouth