- PULSE ON POLITICS
- OPINION: Not all desire an Equality State
- MUSIC BOX: Spooner brings Fireflies, keys
- GET OUT: A last hurrah before the frost
- CULTURE FRONT: As important as hospitals and highways
- CD REVIEW: Shelley & Kelly, Retroactive
- More than just Pretty Faces
- THIS WEEK: OCT. 15 – 21
- DEAR ROCKY LOVE: Prepare for casual sex
- PROPS & DISSES
All posts by Clyde Thornhill
REDNECK PERSPECTIVE: Organic toe of frog
Jackson Hole, Wyoming – I occasionally wander the aisles of the new Whole Grocer. I drool over the baked goods (but usually wipe them off), practice advanced calculus by adding the prices of various gluten-free pastas and...
- Posted October 21, 2014
REDNECK PERSPECTIVE: Common Core vs. Hog Island science
With the election season in full swing, there is debate that Common Core curriculum teaches liberal science (scientific facts adjusted to accommodate wishful thinking) as opposed to conservative science (scientific facts adjusted to accommodate political donations). I...
- Posted October 8, 2014
REDNECK PERSPECTIVE: Guaranteed winning Powerball strategies
Jackson Hole, Wyoming – Wyoming finally has the lottery! I’ve spent hours planning how best to spend my winnings. I will want a Ferrari and maybe a second trailer house on a sunny beach filled with bikini-clad...
- Posted September 24, 2014
REDNECK PERSPECTIVE: Campaign finance for the people
Jackson Hole, Wyoming – Jackson Hole News&Guide recently reported that a couple living in Wilson (where else!) won a court battle that removed the $25,000 cap on political donations to Wyoming politicians. Their lawyer and others involved...
- Posted September 10, 2014
RedneckPerspective: Culture time with Clyde
Jackson Hole, Wyoming – The Planet recently began running a column called Culture Front. It is, as best as I can tell, about the arts, but it gets confusing as one would expect from a column that’s an...
- Posted June 17, 2014
REDNECK PERSPECTIVE: Instagram inspiration
Jackson Hole, Wyoming – Two nights ago, Lill, my redneck girlfriend, came over all distraught. The transmission had gone out in her Chevy one-ton truck and she was forced to borrow her cousin’s Ford. “Can I spend...
- Posted June 3, 2014
REDNECK PERSPECTIVE: Oysters on the great room
JACKSON HOLE, WYO – Blythe Winters-Paulson, vice president of ethics with Goldman Sachs, for whom I serve as a bit of a plaything, “Pepe le pew with a view” as she lovingly calls me, invited me to...
- Posted May 20, 2014
REDNECK PERSPECTIVE: Philosophical gamble
JACKSON, WYO – Susie stopped by the trailer after her book club meeting. “We talked about the novel Light Between Oceans,” she said, giving me the superior look she picked up after marrying Manchester and moving to...
- Posted May 6, 2014
REDNECK PERSPECTIVE: A propre Wyomning edukation
JACKSON, WYO – Alice, my Republican lover, stopped by my trailer last night. “I’ve been appointed assistant to the Public Education Information Coordinator by the Governor,” she said. “We assure that the teaching of science in public...
- Posted April 22, 2014
REDNECK PERSPECTIVE: Ecstatic unfoldment
JACKSON, WYO – Susie stopped by my trailer unable to contain her excitement. “I’m attending an ecstatic living retreat at the eco-chic Amansala Resort in Tulum Mexico!” she said. “What’s eco-chic?” I asked. “You know, eco-chic,” she...
- Posted April 8, 2014