The crowd of people standing around roulette table number fourteen was three deep. Only four people were placing bets, the rest were watching the high roller raking in piles of chips. Every time the ball dropped, a cheer went up, and more people left the other tables to have a look. I knew from experience… Continue reading The Luck Sucker by Antaeus
At the age of seven, Antaeus started working in his uncle’s New Jersey bar cleaning toilets. He wrote his first poem on a piece of toilet paper. Antaeus is the author of “The Prepared Citizen,” a three-book series on how to react to and avoid dangerous situations and active shooter attacks. In addition to nonfiction,… Continue reading Antaeus
Well here we are at week 272. We thought it best as week 271 was last week and using that again would just be pish. The weeks are fair flying in. We’re nearly half a year in.