First of all, if you love music and you don't read Cable and Tweed, you're an idiot (so much for that easy-going label).
Having said that, we may have some new readers around these parts and I thought it might be helpful to have some background information on yours truly.
So instead of me preening like some farm raised high altitude peacock, here are a few of my favorite moments. Please feel have a look around. But break it and you buy it. A cliche we all know as sure as life itself yet our leaders conveniently forget.
A Life Shattered
Innocence Lost (The Baseball Series)
The Lifeline of Hope
My Morning Wooten (The first ever)
20 Years Ago
The Porn Wars: Love Shack Gets Little Love
Welfare To Work: Ten Years Later
But that's not all! In case you haven't noticed, over to your right is a little thing called Georgia Voices. It is the absolute latest in the Georgia blogosphere. It's a vibrant community and I am proud to call them my friends.
Especially Sara (who had the final word on whether this thing should even be created), the Blog For Democracy Coven (who put up with my crap even when they want to smack me in the head), Rusty and Amber (who remind me that its okay to keep asking questions), Wilson (who keeps having me on his radio show), Cracker Squire (who reminds me that I am still a south Georgia boy), Aging Hipster (who is a kindred heart), Jason (who even when we disagree reminds me what respect is about), Amani (who shows me I have so much to learn), Peach Pundit (who gives me a sandbox to play in), Audacity (who keeps inviting me to things even though I never show up), JMac (who reminds me of something Manuel once said), Shelby (who proves re-incarnation can happen in your lifetime), Jon (who still thinks I should be a Democrat), The Loafers (who listen to the rantings of a madman and offer more than a pat on the head), Grayson (who God knows, to my trepidation, understands the south and particularly the southern man better than most) and of course, Doug, who convinced me I could write just a little.
God help us. Another year almost in the books. Another one about to start. Lord, what a party it's been. What a party it will be.