The Camp Chase Gazette
Civil War Links
John Tenniel and the American Civil War - Good stuff.
The Young Campaigner.com - ...geared towards young people in Civil War reenacting.
Thomas Eishen's Civil War Living History Groups page - All present and accounted for.
A Hello to Arms - One of Roadside America's Virginia sites, this one features a photo of Dan Sickles' leg bone and a ghastly trophy found at Antietam, the "Arm of the Unknown Soldier." Also shows Stonewall's arm's burial site.
Anthony Farrow, a pard of mine in Britannia, suggests PhilFraser.com for 14th/15th Century accoutrements. So if you have a yen to reenact the War of the Roses, drop him a line!
No Quarter Given! Dead Men Tell No Tales! Ar! Avast Ye! and other such crap can be found here, on the pirate home site. Check this out.
Do the Internet a favor. Before you pass on that e-mail notice cautioning readers against the dreaded "Good Times" virus or some horrible social ill like kidney harvesting, do a database search for it here, on the San Fernando Valley Folklore Society's Urban Legends page. Why propagate nonsense?
The Official Marine Corps Page - I proudly served as one of "Uncle Sam's Misguided Children" for four years, and got out a sergeant. Not one of those phony reenactment ranks, mind you, but a real sergeant! The links section on this is pretty good.
Brigham Young University
The BYU Home Page - I got my engineering degree here. The most difficult four years of my life - even harder than the Quasquicentennial!
The Ancient and Honorable Game of Rugby Football
Football is for sissies; ruggers play without pads and helmets! Rugby, you see, is a combination of soccer and smear the queer. "Full contact" is an understatement. I play lock forward, part of the "tight five" in scrums.
Here's a good start: The Rugby Reader's Review
The New Zealand All-Blacks are my favorite team. (By the way, they're named after their jerseys, not their racial composition.)
Bodybuilding and Weightlifting
According to this handy dandy bench press calculator, my one rep max (before I started rugby!) was 314 pounds. What's yours?