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Born and raised on a farm in Florida, USA. Work history is varied: Ran printing presses, drove tractor trailers, worked in phosphate plants as a safety coordinator -finally settled on a career in emergency medicine (Paramedic Firefighter, lastly making a living as a Registered Nurse in a major trauma hospital. Married with doggies -hobbies include woodworking and brewing beer.

Recent Comments

  1. about 21 hours ago on FoxTrot Classics

    Pizza can indoctrinate me anytime!

  2. about 21 hours ago on Dick Tracy

    I see what you did there!

  3. 1 day ago on Tank McNamara

    Same here -make it a third. Lia Thomas!

  4. 1 day ago on FoxTrot Classics

    I remember (even before the ’80s) Shakeys Pizza had pinball machines in the back room -also the first place I saw the Space Invaders machine when it came out.We used to go there on my birthday -they also showed silent movies on a projected screen and some dude played a piano (this was in the dining area). Great childhood memory.

  5. 1 day ago on Dick Tracy

    You don’t know that he ordered the murder -uhm, what murder? He sent paul on a vacation -uhm, doesn’t even KNOW this ‘paul’ you’re talking about. Who IS that guy?

  6. 2 days ago on Steve Kelley

    This one doesn’t have the scary gun picture, but does have words with the bullet going through it warning tourists that Florida residents can use deadly force. This is just one result of a very quick search online. Do your own research for more. You aren’t stupid, just don’t want to admit that the left is equally adept at using silly ‘scare’ ads and comics. I’m not going to play.

  7. 2 days ago on Steve Kelley

    Darleen above just answered the gas stoves bit, I’m not going to go over it. I don’t use gas in my house -my fireplace uses good old fashioned wood, my stove is electric, and my brewery IS fired by propane (and as it is far more efficient than electric or wood, it will remain so). AS for the billboards, I’ll see if I can find you a link. I used to have pictures of ‘em -the first time I saw one was on my way back from an out of state hunting trip (either Alabama or Georgia -I don’t recall. Its been years ago since our state has had conceal/carry AND the castle doctrine for quite a few years -their little scheme failed to produce results). I took photos because I figured my father would get a kick out of ‘em -he did.AS for the government trying to repress liberties, sorry but history is on my side. Historically, government DOES work to repress liberties -it may not start out that way, but that is the end-result. I’m in my late 50s, you are far more restricted or ‘controlled’ than we were 40 years ago. That isn’t an opinion.

  8. 2 days ago on Dogs of C-Kennel

    You had her a good long time. They last too few years -that is the only fault I can find with dogs.The longest I ever had one live was one of my Bostons who lived to be 16 and one month. He was of course a rescue and I didn’t have him but for a few years, but he provided some great memories. I’ve had my current escape artist (who is peeking at the rainbow bridge) since she was a puppy (she was found as a ‘lost dog’ and the shelter was not able to find an owner, we took her when we were fostering, and she became one of the failed fosters because I decided to keep her and not find a new home for her -I fell in love with her). My favorites, if I can say I have one, are labs, but they last too few years -usually around 13. It kills me when they have to leave.

  9. 2 days ago on Speed Bump

    You’ve never seen my dog Ella :D (she is a Frenchie/Boston Terrier FrenchTon mix). I will NOT describe it here -even though I’m known for a bit of crudeness, it goes beyond even me -but I’ll end with saying that the prudent person does NOT stand behind that dog when she is getting ready to do that particular function.

  10. 2 days ago on FoxTrot Classics

    always found that to be a bonus. Used to ride with an IBC resting on the risers of my handlebars :D Ahhh for the days back when I had nothing better to do.