Claim the privilege of hunting according to the dictates of your own conscience, and allow all hunters the same privilege;
let them practice how, where, or what they may.








Friday, May 11, 2007

A Commentary: Justice Needs to be Served

Sorry for the late post.

There was a tragedy here locally. A drunken SOB rear-ended an SUV and shoved it into the path of an oncoming train. In the SUV was a 29 year old mother, and her seven year old son. The mother is in intensive care, and the son...

He is dead. Burned to death in the SUV. A SEVEN YEAR OLD CHILD!

The drunks name is Eli Alvarez. The Florida Highway Patrol is investigating.

What is there to investigate? Eye witnesses at the scene of the accident categorically concur that the bastard was drunk, an inordinate number of beer cans were in the vehicle, and he had no clue what he had done.

If this isn't a hanging offense, I don't know what is.

There was a day in this Nations great past, when things of this heinous nature were dealt with summarily. A judge and jury put together and a trial held quickly.

Then a hanging. A public one.

Enough Said.
Albert A Rasch

Monday, May 7, 2007

The Rasch Outdoor Chronicles

Welcome to The Rasch Outdoor Chronicles!

Several years ago I self-published a newsletter by the same name covering hunting and fishing in the central portion of the Florida peninsula. Unfortunately for me, (and a lesson well learned), when the computer crashed, and a lack of backups materialized, I lost everything, except for a few hard copies I had. Not having the wherewithal to replace the computer and the software, I let the project lie dormant. Until now.

This is going to be an interesting experiment that will afford me an education in maintaining a web presence. You will see commentaries on activities that my family and I are involved in, an occasional article, pictures, and hopefully a lively discussion between all participants.

I would like to extend a sincere thanks to you for visiting! Please add to the discussion; your thoughts, comments, and hard earned wisdom are appreciated.

Regards,
Albert A Rasch