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Tides and winds have removed the evidence of the oil slick that SI reported being the result of careless barge pumping operations up at New Haven. However, the duck population has unquestionably suffered.
Anyway, all this does is strengthen my opinion (your Woods Detective notwithstanding) that any man who would shoot an animal for 'kicks' is an idiot to begin with and deserves to take his chances on being killed dead by a fellow waterhead who didn't know his cerebellum wasn't loaded.
You talk a good bit about the pretty, colored clothes a cautious hunter should wear for safety's sake. Has it ever occurred to you that a good number of these trigger-happy delinquents are probably color blind as all get out and couldn't tell red from green in or out of the woods?
If you take all this to mean I don't like your magazine you're out of your mind. It's good and alive (which is more than a good percentage of red-vested hunters can say at the end of the season). I like what you do with football each week and the caber-tossing pictures were great. The balloon article by Mr. Phinizy was unexpected and gratifying.
I like the sketches you run in SOUNDTRACK. They are sharp and usually have a reverse English you weren't looking for. If Ajay is a real name and if he looks anything like the people in the drawings he must be a real pixie. Whoever or whatever he is, he's good at it.
All in all, you've scored pretty consistently at this end with your publication. If the past few issues are an indication of what is to come you have me sewed up as a reader. But I reserve the right to blow off about backs of heads and woodchucks and grown men who sneak up in the forest to slaughter a covey of quail.
?Says our Ajay:?ED.
MR. & MRS. BOXING FAN