There is a tide

There is a tide in the affairs of men

Which, taken at the flood, leads on to fortune;

Omitted, all the voyage of their life

Is bound in shallows and in miseries.

We Band of Brothers

We few, we happy few, we band of brothers; For he to-day that sheds his blood with me Shall be my brother; be he ne'er so vile, This day shall gentle his condition:

Bales of Hay

I biked from Laurens to Greenville, SC… And back!
Leaving before dawn, I stopped in an open field to catch the sunrise.

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Angel Oak

Half-way between Seabrook Island and Charleston, SC, lives one of the largest trees in the country…
This is one big Angel Oak!

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Unknown Massive Building

What is this?… I have been down highway 17 to Charleston uncountable times. This is the 1st time I have seen this unknown massive building... Did some billionaire just build a new mansion?

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Snuffaluffagus Machine

Every town needs one of these… I want one of these!

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Congress For Sale: $1million per day

Deregulation, some say, is asking authorities to look the other way.
Bribery, others say, is paying authorities to look the other way.
…What is it when the Banking Lobby pays congress $1million per day?

Below is a transcript of this interview.
Original can be found at

BILL MOYERS: Welcome to the JOURNAL. With all due respect, we can only wish those tea party activists who gathered this week were not so single-minded about just who’s responsible for their troubles, real and imagined. They’re up in arms, so to speak, against big government, especially the Obama administration.

But if they thought this through, they’d be joining forces with other grassroots Americans who will soon be demonstrating in Washington and elsewhere against high finance, taking on Wall Street and the country’s biggest banks.

The original Tea Party, remember, wasn’t directed just against the British redcoats. Colonial patriots also took aim at the East India Company. That was the joint-stock enterprise originally chartered by the first Queen Elizabeth. Over the years, the government granted them special rights and privileges, which the owners turned into a monopoly over trade, including tea.

It may seem a stretch from tea to credit default swaps, but the principle is the same: when enormous private wealth goes unchecked, regular folks get hurt – badly. That’s what happened in 2008 when the monied interests led us up the garden path to the great collapse.

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Kapali Mounts stay connected



  • AD: There’s one of these in front of the old Beaufort High School on Mossy Oaks Road.
  • MatthewDenton: Thanks Marcus… God Bless you and your family :-)
  • Marcus: Hey buddy…can’t say that I can identify that one. Have a good one!
  • Paul: great machine huh, just think of how many people we can put out of work with this one ??
  • Brian: What???… driving through Spartanburg and not even a call? Shame on you :)



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