Category Archives: Writing

Nuts and Bolts

When I started this blog, I fully intended to talk about storytelling. I envisioned throwing out tips to the next generation of shooters and pontificating about the demise of the business that I love. Meh, that’s not as much fun … Continue reading

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The Stick Whisperer

See that dude dressed like a homeless man standing in the corner mumbling? Not the actual homeless guy, the one whispering sweet nothings to his tripod. No, he’s not hopped up on Angel Dust, but you really don’t want to hear … Continue reading

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Who’s the Boss?

Do you know your boss? I’m not talking the autopen at corporate that signs your check, or the suit behind the glass that gives you marching orders every day.  I’m talking about the person you work for every day. Here’s … Continue reading

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Lessons in the Dust

The construction dust caked in the cuts on his knuckles said more about him than I could learn following him for a week.  He was a working man, pitting sinew and bone against brick and mortar. It was supposed to … Continue reading

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