My fan base, now approaching 4 to 5 outstanding individuals in as many states, has suggested I start a blog.
Hey Goodman, your stuff is good. Start a blog, but include no jive.
So here’s my blog. No jive, check it out.
I’ll do my best to include only thoughtful product.
I publish nothing that does not percolate/fricassee*/stew/cure/ rest
for a few days.
Let me know what you think, jsg
• French fricassée, from Old French, from feminine past participle of fricasser, to fricassee : probably frire, to fry (from Latin frgere, to roast, fry) + casser, to break, crack (from Latin quassre, to shake, shatter; see squash2) or Vulgar Latin *coctire, to press together (from Latin coctus; see cogent).