We lived like the Amish people. We had no electricity and no running water. No power. We did everything by hand. But Mom took me to the fair in Georgetown, South Carolina. I was about 4 years old. And I was watching Ernest Tubb, the country singer. They called him ‘The Travelling Troubadour.’ When I […]
Good enough for our transatlantic friends… but unworthy of the attention of practical or scientific men. (Regarding Thomas Edison’s light bulb, 1878)
Logic and a sense of justice tell me that there is more love in electricity and steam than there is in chastity and abstention from eating meat.