WHAT’S NEW ON MAY 17, 2017
1) In this issue, our hard hitting reporter from Dry Gulch exposes how politicians just can’t get it right, whether it’s buying aircraft, ships or Leggo blocks. See how the government has wasted money on ships that can’t go anywhere, leaving the Federal Police almost broke and penniless.
WHAT WAS NEWS ON JAN. 30, 2017
1) A fresh Dry Gulch Gazette covering US plans to keep the Chinese off their man made islands in the South China Sea. President Grump shows his brilliance. Click on the Dry Gulch Gazette link in the Menu Bar above to check it out.
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WHO IS LORD LOPEZ?
First off, I’m not a Lord (or Laird) and I’d like to say that my wife, Eva, is not a Lady, but truly, she is a lady, from head to toe. The closest thing to the title of this site is that my wife and I both bought titles to a 1 foot square block of land in northern Scotland some years ago.
This was a fun thing and, although we both got what looks like genuine title deeds to our ‘vast land owner-ships’, we still don’t know if we actually part-own any sort of estate in this cold and bleak part of Scotland. It’s so cold up here, that as light leaves your torch, it freezes just 6″ from the lens, so you’re only able to see 6” of illuminated objects in front of wherever your point your torch!
Anyway, we each have deeds and a map, showing us where we can stand, albeit on one leg, on Scottish soil and without encroaching on someone else’s property and hoping that if indeed we do have claim to our one foot piece of property that we each supposedly have, that nobody will decide to invade our land (knowing full well how the Scots love a good fight) and confiscate it, in the name of David Balfour or Groundskeeper Willie.