- PROPS and DISSES
- MUSIC BOX: Delta Reverend takes you South
- PULSE ON POLITICS: Battle for House District 23
- Wild West Skate Series shreds Jackson
- Meet the first woman to ‘Picnic’ in one push
- CULTURE FRONT: Asymbol goes analog
- Walker walks
- Snapped! in Jackson Hole
- CLASSICAL NOTES: Violin virtuoso, fantasy and Fantasia
- DEAR ROCKY LOVE: Married to an artist
All posts by Clyde Thornhill
REDNECK PERSPECTIVE: A curved bridge to the Caribbean
JACKSON HOLE, WYO - Susie and her husband just returned from a vacation in the Caribbean. “It was awesome,” she told me. “We went to a resort especially built to protect the environment and employ indigenous people so...
- Posted April 23, 2013
REDNECK PERSPECTIVE: Whiskeybeer Report
It’s time for the Whiskeybeer Fund’s annual Real Estate Ad Report. Whiskeybeer is the Hog Island equivalent of The Brandywine Fund, but unlike Foster Friess and his multitude of expensive associates, Whiskeybeer has just one manager: me....
- Posted April 2, 2013
REDNECK PERSPECTIVE: Higher thinking at hot yoga
I stopped by Shades to scan the selection of day-olds. Lisa was in back so Susie snagged me a muffin. “It’s bran,” I complained indignantly. “I was hoping for orange poppy seed.” “Those sold out,” she explained...
- Posted March 19, 2013
REDNECK PERSPECTIVE: Second Amendment foreplay
Beaming with joy, Alice, my Republican lover, stopped by the trailer last week. “What a great year in the Wyoming Legislature,” she announced. “Almost all the gun bills passed!” Damn, I thought. I had only seen Alice...
- Posted March 6, 2013
REDNECK: Invested emotions
After a hard morning of clicking through TV channels, I was faint from lack of nourishment. I had given up eating broccoli for Lent so I decided on a tray of Schwan’s cream cheese stuffed jalapeño poppers...
- Posted February 19, 2013
Redneck Perspective: Smartphones for dummies
Jackson Hole, Wyo.-Susie invited me for breakfast at Shades last week, her treat. We were discussing an appropriate time we could get together and “talk” now that her husband had returned from a conservation symposium, entitled “Building...
- Posted February 6, 2013
Redneck Perspective: A redneck frolic in D.C.
I just returned from a weeklong frolic in Washington D.C. with Blythe Winters-Paulson, vice president of ethics with Goldman Sachs. We met during the Jackson Hole Economic Policy Symposium. Blythe works out of the main office in...
- Posted January 23, 2013