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I Could Have Been a General By Now.

A little-known fact about me: When I was in Basic Training in the U. S. Army I was offered an officer’s commission via the opportunity to attend OCS, Officer Candidate School. At the time, we were all given a lengthy … Continue reading

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The Dirtiest Word in The English Language

What is the dirtiest word in the English language? While it does have its equivalents in some other tongues, most languages, especially those languages that are soon to be extinct – have not, and never even had, an equivalent term. … Continue reading

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The Square Dance

In reflecting on my life I find a hodgepodge of odd memories. There are so many things I’ve seen and done that no one even knows about. Like saving a drowning child, flying in a burning airplane, nearly falling off … Continue reading

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