Thursday, February 16, 2017
From an article in the Washington Post about Trump staffers impact on D.C. businesses.
This time around, business owners like John Tattersall are readying for their own renaissance.“As soon as there’s a Republican president, I know business is going to pick up,” said Tattersall, owner of Grand Ole Potomac Fly Fishing Guides. “There’s lots of good activity on the books for the spring.” But, he noted, his clients — most of whom are Republican — seem to be more pressed for time than usual this year. Instead of booking eight-hour fishing trips on the Potomac River, they’re opting for four-hour half-days.
No idea what to read into this. Just know comments of a political nature (either side) will be heavily moderated depending on how funny they are.
Wednesday, February 01, 2017
Writing to the News Herald of Panama City, Breeding warned against the life-changing choice he made in attempting to sell the cocaine that he discovered whilst fishing about 50 miles (80 kilometers) south of Panama City last January....
"I was working as a long line boat captain out of Panama City when I found a package containing 20 kilos of cocaine," he added. "I do not know where the drugs came from and haven't ever been involved in the drug trade before. I was just a hard-working, young commercial fisherman."