Monthly Archives: February 2013

War Protester-Vietnam Veteran

  Tonight, while tweaking the content on my web site, I found this video on my old web site.  It was put together almost fifteen years, by a friend who compiled two Huntsville TV station news stories. If you wonder who … Continue reading

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Fourth and Forever

Fourth and Forever Josh Edwards met his wife Cathy the day he began the sixth grade.  She became his friend, then his girlfriend, and days after he received his draft notice, she became his wife.  When he lost her, Josh … Continue reading

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Chuang Tsu on Writing

The Bible is the most translated book on the planet.  The second most translated is the Tao Te Ching,  authored well over two thousand years ago by Lao Tzu.  One of Lao Tzu’s most famous followers was Chang Tzu.  In the … Continue reading

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Linda Ronstadt – A Different Drummer

For the first seven months that I spent in Vietnam, I shared a “room” with three other buck sergeants, SGT Tadlock, from Texas, SGT Dirler, from Illinois, and, SGT Titcomb, from Maine.   A week after I joined my three roommates, … Continue reading

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