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A professional horseman for over 40 years, Skook continues to work with horses. He is in an ongoing educational program, learning life's lessons from one of the world's greatest instructors, the horse. Skook has finished an historical novel that traces a mitochondrial line of DNA from 50,000 years ago to the present. It goes to the copyeditor next month.

Posts by Skook

Twenty Thousand pounds of Instant Death,

The Mighty Tadpole, an excerpt from the book, Fifty Thousand Years

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Fifty Thousand Years, is an historical romance. It was written by Skook, under an old family name, Dylan Casa Del Lobos. The 100,000 word scientific novel will be on Amazon this fall. This is a sneak preview. The story follows a maternal line of women, dating back 50,000 years ago to the first major exodus… Read more »

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Does Alcohol and Spousal Abuse Qualify for Background Fails?

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“Would-be Terrorists can buy guns, but can a reporter? NO.” It was a sting; Neil Steinberg of the Chicago Sun Times was given an assignment to buy an AR 15, hopefully to prove how easy it is to acquire the bogeyman rifle that scares Liberals. Like most stings, there was an element of humor, not… Read more »

Lord Haw Haw Prototypes no longer operate behind enemy lines

Our President, Chief Lobbyist and Apologist for ISIL

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The Obama Administration has taken lobbying for Islamic Extremism and the Islamic State to the point of absurdity and the FBI has joined the IRS in the role of an official political bureaucracy of the Democrat party. Attorney General Loretta Lynch revealed to Democrat mouthpiece Chuck Todd of NBC, the FBI will release edited transcripts… Read more »

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An Open Letter To Gays

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To my gay friends; I know, you think I don’t have gay friends, but I have many customers who are gay and I often spend hours talking to them, while I am working, like I do with my straight customers. However, this post is for all the gay people, not just those who own horses…. Read more »

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Fitting In

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Frenchy, Knarley and Barbwire Johnny were guiding hunters on the Muskwa River for Elk and Grizzly. They had some decent guys to guide. The hunters had done a lot of hunting and were not complainers. This was important to guys who often worked in the dark, before the day’s hunt and after the hunt. The… Read more »

Dead Babies for Sale

In the Interests of Science

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We have a large number of aborted babies and no one seems to know what to do with them, since selling dead babies is illegal. Old Skook has a solution; especially, since the public is bored with the illegal sales of baby parts to research facilities. We can start dissecting the babies in high school… Read more »

Our Ship of State

The Corruption and Fundamental Transformation of America by the GOP

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Last night, I was caught in heavy traffic and a horrible back-up for diverting traffic off the interstate to facilitate road construction, but the hours of creeping along the interstate went faster by listening to Savage interviewing Donald Trump. The Donald has become a more polished politician; he danced around Savage’s loaded questions with grace… Read more »

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The Grapes of Wrath are Growing Heavy

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HUD has determined or more correctly, Obama has determined the reasons for the high rates of failure among urban minorities are hidden within the five arbitrary numbers of their Zip Codes; change those numbers or relocate minority youth and magic transpires. The urban conditioning fades away, and is replaced with the reality of living the… Read more »

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Lifting the Veil of Political Correctness

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Americans are becoming aware of new behavioral and speech standards they must now observe or risk losing jobs, losing careers, receiving punitive penalties, and even losing their freedom. Today thought crimes are being considered for possible prosecution and our First Lady encourages college students to spy on their parents and report incorrect actions and speech…. Read more »