Saturday, July 28, 2012

I Want My Country Back!

Yes. Yes, I do.


  1. Are the good times really over for good? That just gets on the fightin' side of me. Hopefully a country boy can survive until the man comes around.

    Yes, I'm a hopeless geek. Society's to blame.

    1. Hey! RG...thanks for stopping by!

      I don't think the good times are over for good; the American spirit runs too deep. But they may have to be over for awhile before we get our "collective" dander up and do something serious about what's happening. Like, I don't know, SERIOUSLY cutting spending. Ya think? I do think things will have to get really really awful for a LOT of people before we find our determination to get our country back.

      It's going to be interesting, that's for sure.

    2. Ah, from your comment on the next post I think I was too geeky. Thematic. From that comment you probably wouldn't like them but let me see if I can do links.
      Are the Good Times Really Over - Merle Haggard
      Fightin' Side of Me - Merle Haggard
      A Country Boy Can Survive - Hank Williams Jr.
      The Man Comes Around - Johnny Cash

    3. RG, I've listened to the first one and LOVED it.

      ***Are we rolling down hill like a snow ball headed for hell.***

      Will listen to every single one.

      BUT! You have to tell me how you made the links in the comments. I R 2 stoopid to figure it out.

  2. Let me see if this will work to show the code.
    <a href="http://somelink....">SomeLink Text</a>

    Yay! It works. You start by typing in the <a href= and enclose your link inside quotation marks including the http:// part then the > then put in the text that you want to be linked and then close the "a" tag with </a> Always double-check that you haven't missed any of the angle brackets, you've got quotation marks at both ends of the link and that you've closed the tag. Otherwise bad things could happen. If you visit Ace's you've probably seen that somebody there will frequently forget to close a tag and the whole blog becomes italic or bold or, rarely, part of a link. The software here might take care of closing any open tags automatically but I'm not going to risk a test.

    1. Ok, so basically you just write html code into this box and it picks it up. I never know when or how that works between working in a visual environment and working in a coded environment.

      I will try that. Sooooooo cool. I feel all growed up.