Buddy Redbow & Arrow Space
Run Indian Run
Posted May. 23 2017 - 05:54 PM
Buddy Redbow & Arrow Space
"Blessed be the LORD, my rock, Who trains my hands for war, And my fingers for battle."
Posted May. 23 2017 - 06:22 PM
That brought back memories. Thanks! Buddy Red Bow is great non-traditional music.
I really like Keith Secola too. HERE'S a fun one for 'ya.
I Will NOT Comply!
"You came here lookin' for a killin'. If you stick around there's going to be some. I don't know any plainer way to put it."
John Payne as Vince Bonner ~ Restless Gun
Sweat Dries, Blood Clots, And Bones Heal
So Suck It Up Buttercup!
Do you really think you can drop us all?
You're first, he's next...are you going to care what happens after that?
Posted May. 23 2017 - 06:32 PM
Thanks for sharing that, Scotto.
Reminded me a bit of Neil Young, but with a better voice.
At the risk of sounding really lame, I am going to share what I considered
an bit of an epiphany as a young man in his early twenties. Myself and a couple of my buddies had gone for a road trip
around the gravel and dirt roads in the Shawnee Natl Forest. I will preface this by saying that Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee
was one of the books I read as a young adult that changed my life. The night of our trip, we had stopped at a Memorial Marker,
East of Anna/jonesboro, as a leg of the Cherokee Trail of Tears runs right through Southern Illinois. It was pretty heady stuff, and I have no doubt there
were adult beverages involved. As the lightest drinker, I was also the driver, and it was my truck. Yes, young and foolish.
Anyway, we ended up in a very old cemetery at the top of a ridge hill that included the Church originally built in the 1800's.
I was thinking about the book, and the Trail of Tears, American History and what happens when cultures clash. This "epiphany" I had was that
The White Man would ultimately pay for what he did to the black man with his economy,
but worst of all, he would ultimately pay for what he did to the Red Man with his Spirit.
This is probably one of those things like trying to explain a dream, it has little impact on anyone other than the dreamer, and there were many thoughts and feelings swirling around inside me, but I felt as if I had stumbled upon a Truth.
That's all I wanted to say. Lame or not, for what it is worth, it is something that has stuck with me for over 40 years,
but I rarely, rarely share. I have great respect for the History of Native Peoples, and at times hunger for a world where
things would have been much different.
The days of going unarmed in America are over.
Shoot what you like; like what you shoot.
Posted May. 23 2017 - 06:54 PM
Music so good even a caveman likes it!
NRA 4 Life
As it will be in the future it was at the birth of Man
There are only four things certain since Social Progress began
That the Dog returns to his Vomit and the Sow returns to her Mire.
And the burnt Fool's Bandaged finger goes wabbling back to the fire
"It is amazing that people who think we cannot afford to pay for doctors, hospitals, and medication somehow think that we can afford to pay for doctors, hospitals, medication and a government bureaucracy to administer “universal health care.” Dr Thomas Sowell
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