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by Barry Denton

View From the Backside

Global Climate Warming Change

by Barry Denton

have always been curious as to what the suicide rate is among scientists because they are wrong so often. After all, dentists have a higher suicide rate because no one likes them.

Take my friend Joe for instance, he is about eighty now and has been a rocket scientist for over 50 years. He says that being wrong became a way of life for him and he was able to get used to it.Read the rest

 

by Barry Denton

View From the Backside

Springtime

by Barry Denton

After a long winter, spring is normally a welcome sight. For one thing you get to warm up outside and can get some work done without wearing three layers of clothes.

The horses are not as fresh as they were when you got on them this winter. With the onset of warm weather they are being used, which just might keep you from getting bucked off.

As we all know, the ground gets harder every year.… Read the rest

 

by Barry Denton

View From the Backside

Cry Me a River

by Barry Denton

Living only 15 miles from civilization used to have its advantages. However, with the advent of the all-terrain vehicle no location is safe. Suddenly, all those town folks that were way too lazy to hike in the countryside now have access to it. These folks can throw their beer belly up on the gas tank and away they go.

We used to have the occasional hunter or hiker passing through, but not the daily onslaught that we have today.Read the rest