I shouldn’t know how a Sig Sauer P2XX feels in my hand, the weight of it, the latent power that can extinguish a life as easily as flicking off a light. I know lots of things a 14-year-old shouldn’t know. Like the sounds a grown man makes when I point the barrel at him — […]
Archives for July 2016
I’m writing this from the fire station today. It’s a Sunday, just a few days before this is getting sent out or posted for you all to read. I mention that because today is the day I walked by the television and said, “For the love of God can we please stop killing each other!”
My guest blog today comes from my father, Marlin Birkey. All of us who have struggled with value, worth, and significance need these words, these critical truths.
I have a confession to make and it doesn’t have anything to do with coffee, bacon, or our special sponsor segment on VIM that my wife, Kara, has been trying to kill since its inception. *Side note: If you haven’t joined us for VIM you should really check it out and join us for the […]