FOWC with Fandango — Fetish I collect Native American fetishes. These are small carved items — sort of like charms or amulets — but more than that. Some of these carving are remarkably artistic. Tiny, yet perfect. Each fetish represents a… Read More ›


FOWC with Fandango — Empathy I know almost everyone takes these words and uses them as part of a sentence or story. In this case, empathy is a word that is frequently misused, so I thought I’d point out the difference… Read More ›


FOWC with Fandango — Scratch Old Scratch is the devil. Ask anyone down down here by the river. We know him when we see him. We don’t talk about him much. The less said about that old devil, the better. That’s… Read More ›


FOWC with Fandango — Dogma Unless you count drinking coffee and checking email as dogma, I don’t have dogma to which I feel attached. I do, however, have personal rituals. Stuff I do, stuff in which I believe or at least… Read More ›