Saturday, January 8, 2011

I'm honored ... I think

So, I was perusing the blogger news items on OBN, and I discovered a new blog, "The Political Sportsman," which immediately piqued my interest.

I was even more interested when I read the blog post title: "Foaming at the Mouth." That's one of my favorite phrases to describe the folks who are little (or a lot) over the top. So, I clicked through to the blog, and imagine my surprise when the blogger, someone using the initials RC, gave me credit for the phrase "foam at the mouth." I'm sure I'm not the first to use this descriptive phrase, but it sure comes in handy now and then.

What's more, the blogger is a firm believer in another of my more strident beliefs–"habitat equals opportunity." Now, that said, "the Political Sportsman" doesn't pull punches. You'll either love what he (or she?) has to say ... or not.

I, for one, am glad, however, that I'm not the only one out there who understands that if we want to have the chance to fish wild country a generation from now, we're going to have start protecting the best of what's left right now. 

I enjoyed the post, and look forward to more... if, as is the challenges of most blogs, he can stay on top it and keep it going. It's not as easy as once believed. I wish him (or her) the best of luck.


  1. I could be wrong, but I believe "foaming at the mouth" is an indicator of rabies. Probably where the phrase came from, too. ;)

    If you liked it, I think I'll just resist the urge to click it. :) I'm getting enough hate-mail as it is.


  2. OH, I think you're right... that's what makes it so descriptive! Good call on your part–this dude is pretty hardcore ;)