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Uecker

Not long ago I watched a baseball game, Milwaukee Vs LA Dodgers.  It was a good game but for me the high-lite of the telecast was when the broadcasters, Joe Buck and John Smoltz talked about and then invited into their booth the Radio announcer for the Milwaukee Brewers.  His name is Bob Uecker and he is […]

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Mississippi

We did some crop fraud investigations in Mississippi as well as other states, for a large seed/chemical company.  Very large.  There was a farmer that this company knew was stealing its Intellectual Property Rights (IPR), they were having a tough time making a case against him.  The first year they sent a local Private Investigator to Lee […]

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D Day

D-day and photos of France brought memories of when Wil and I visited our daughter Sonya, and her daughter Miss Erin, while they lived in Belgium.  Wil and I took day trips while Sonya worked at the American School in Mons. One of the trips was to Flanders Fields, (I wrote about that in the book) […]

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Roger Beaver

Roger Beaver They arrested that deputy in Florida seen in video, not advancing to the shooter at that school.  It was sad.  That brought to mind about courage, and I thought of Roger Beaver. Roger was a driver license examiner when DPS decided to make them Troopers.  They had a choice to go on the road as a […]

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Memory

The problem I have is when I think of something I want to write about, I’m in the car or nowhere a pen and paper. When I have a pen and paper I can’t remember what I wanted to say. I am going to fix that. Just hang on.

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Army Life

I would be remiss if I did not mention a few Army tales.   I served with some great soldiers.  I met Kendall Young at Ft. Lewis, Washington in basic combat training (BCT).  He had the bottom bunk, I had the upper at B-3-1.  We moved to Ft. Ord, California for Advance Infantry Training (AIT). We had the usual […]