We strive to inform with a smile and offer you an opportunity to throw in your two-bits worth.
- You don’t have to register or login to Leave a Reply to comment on a posting. All comments are moderated and you agree we may edit IAW our current policy.
- A valid email address is required but will not be published or revealed in any posting or comment—only your chosen nickname or “handle” will appear with any comment.
- If you want to become a contributer or columnist you must register.*
There are four columnist, an open comment page (Open Forum), and a page for our sponsor, FOTS. Our editorial staff has already started working on their columns:
• Viewpoint: by Dr. W. Pecker (“Woody”), obstinate observer of the parked human condition. Woody may, from time to time, post editorials about what he has seen through the knothole.
• Dockers Up: by Lady Egret (“m’Lady“) who gives us timely updates on the latest in nautical fashions, chaise and docking etiquette, whether ashore or afloat.
• Crawlspace, a.k.a. Under the Floorboards: by Mr. C. Wood, our own “ear-to-the-ground” listener and rumorologist. Mr. Wood (“Chuck”), may post editorials from time to time about what he has heard between the joists.
• Hum-n-Hom: Articles of faith and joy, Humor and Homilies, about life and related topics that may be of interest. The author is the reputed Almost Always Right Reverend C. Munk (“Chip”).
* Register using your real name, nickname, or a “handle” and you can post comments on this website. You must use a valid email address, which will NOT be displayed or given to any third party (except under an appropriate jurisdictional US court ordered warrant); we will use your email address only to contact you about something you have posted or to REPLY to you.
By commenting or posting any content, you acknowledge that you are solely responsible for what you post; in general we will not edit what you post, but do reserve the right to delete any posting, or any part thereof, considered to be “out-of-line” by the editorial staff. Any part that has been edited will usually be highlighted to so indicate that the editorial staff has diddled with your wording.