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A Pirates Life for Me

If I could have dinner with one person it would be Edward “Blackbeard” Teach. Blackbeard is one of the most famous pirates to have ever lived and is now romanticized in many modern day productions. 220 more words

Dinner With The Dead.... Blog 9

Message in a Bottle!

So there I was, sitting on my ass on the beach with sand in my ass crack. I was trying to build the biggest most awesome looking sandcastle around. 977 more words

642 Things

Standing in the Shower, Thinking

It has been observed that the United States and the United Kingdom are two countries separated by a common language. Who it was first so observed is lost in the muddle of attribution. 1,432 more words


Not Enough Press: PAN starring Hugh Jackman and newcomer Levi Miller

Seth Mecklenburg | @screenjudge

On this segment of “Not Enough Press,” we bring you the tale of Pan. The upcoming film is a prequel to the classic story of Peter Pan that should be getting plenty of buzz, that is being overshadowed by other releases despite a great trailer. 1,177 more words


Review: The Scallywag Solution

The Scallywag Solution
By Trevor Newland
Mosaic Press
64 pages

The Scallywags are four motley crew members on board Captain Dashing Dante’s ship. Gassy Jack the Cook’s specialty is stew. 180 more words

Book Review

Pirates: Old School Gangsters

It is amazing how the Spanish walls, made from stone or quicklime with egg whites as mortar still survive centuries after, despite constant visiting typhoons and earthquakes. 240 more words


Pirate and Tourist Haunts in Golden Seas

The U.S. and British Virgin Islands host a wide range of visitors from North America and Europe. Eco-tourists, sailors, bar hoppers and simple beach lovers savor the majestic mountainous islands and clear turquoise waters. 1,204 more words

From The Bay To The Blue Ridge