Donna and I consider the Okinawa Hash House Harriers our mother hash. We ran our first few trails with the Tampa club in 1988, but Okinawa gave us our first full taste of hashing. It was our first hash family. It’s where we got our hash names, Flying Booger and Pick’n’Flick (if you’re not a […]
True enough there’s never been an election like this in our country. It’s unbelievable, save for the fact it’s happening right in front of our eyes.
I’m not a fan of posing as something you’re not on the internet, and if you asked me why I’d say it was my experience with AD, rest his soul.
… our little band of Knuckledraggers maintained social distancing prior to and during trail, and no hands were shaken, even though we hadn’t seen one another in months and wanted to. On On, brother and sister hashers!
Our friend Shakesprick publishes an excellent Hash House Harrier history magazine. I frequently mentioned his work on the Half-Mind Weblog (RIP); it’s time to highlight it on Paul’s Thing as well, since many of my readers are hashers. I’ve embedded a PDF of the latest edition of On On, the History Magazine of the Hash […]
Is mail forwarding no longer a thing?
I have decided to take down the Half-Mind Weblog, probably next week. If there are any objections, now is the time to voice them. I’m preserving some of my favorite Half-Mind Weblog posts here on Paul’s Thing. Look for a Half-Mind Index on the right sidebar, which will contain links to those posts. I’m working on the […]
If you know me you know I’m a Hash House Harrier. And I always figured that if you couldn’t explain hashing in 30 seconds or less, you were saying way too much. As much as I hate to endorse a commercial product, this Michelob ad is spot on! On-On!