Retired Army officer. Military advisor. Security consultant. Private investigator.
Where did you grow up?
Where do you live now?
What is the highest level of education you have attained?
What subjects did/do you enjoy most at school?
What's your favorite sport or sports?
What kind of jobs have you held? Industries too!
military, security, investigations
What hobbies are you into?
shooting, military arms
What causes are you concerned about today?
The destruction of values
If you claim a political party affiliation, which is it?
Neither party is currently deserving.
Which religion (if any) do you follow?
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Everyone should read this article from Field & Stream magazine, whether you've experienced depression or not.written () ago
Some of us have it without even knowing it. Here you go: https://www.fieldandstream.com/sportsmans-life-quicksand#page-2
I just wanted to wish everyone a Happy Easter!written () ago
Hope this day is a special one for you!
Re: the Great Gun Control Debate, I received an email today from a help-qa.com user, and I will reply to it, keeping everything as short as possible .written () ago
To the students .written () ago
The legend of the sack man.written () ago
When I was a small boy, one of my grandfather's friend would tell me about the local "bogey folk." One of them was Soap Sally--all I can remember about her was that she would scrub dirty children with soap. But the really nightmarish figure I was told about was the Sack Man.
Dear JN, in the USA the results of an inquest would be a matter of public record. It would appear to be the case in the UK, as well.
I have also worked as a private investigator in Canada. Fees are quite expensive, I assure you.
I suggest that you bid your friend goodbye, and move on. Your lives intersected, and I am sure that he was also the better for it. But death claims all in the end.
Keep in your heart those things that he gave you that made you a better person--and let him go.- written - voted for by Araz, Padre_J_Roulston, soco, Rockster160
You could say, "So, I heard you were in a show . . . I heard people here talking about it. How did it go?"
That lets him know that you knew about the show, and also points out that you were not invited.
Of course, maybe anyone could have gone without an invitation. This way, however, you can feel him out!- written - voted for by Rockster160, BIG.AL.ONE
They had already run out of white privilege when they got to me.- written
I recommend forgetting all about him. He is not life mate material. Do not waste your time.- written
Your sister does not think logically. One good job beats two part-time jobs and scrambling for freelance work. Plus the benefits like health insurance can save your butt down the road.- written
PS I was an Army commander and I protected my soldiers. I called for an outside investigation within the hour of hearing any allegation.- written
In the UK, a 17-year-old boy committed suicide after being falsely accused of ****rape. Then his distraught mother killed herself. This is why we cannot rush to judgment based on uncorroborated allegations.- written
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