Sunday, July 27, 2008

Tips on Spy Photography

FULL DISCLOSURE:I have to admit that this post was written after visiting a party that was serving beer that weighed in at 9% alcohol. Being used to beer I thought I had a tolerance, which I do feel in my heart of hearts is true, but when you double the alcohol and the beer tastes good, well all bets are off.
I used to be a home brewer until I realized that most of my work was squandered in a few hours at a party, so this may lend some credence to my beer brewing resume. My friends loved my home brew, but you know its kinda like cooking, the clean up is the worst part.Brewing is fun but after the party is over and you are cleaning you become to loose interest, brewing requires at least twice the diligence in sanitizing that good cooking requires.(You cook on dirty pans your guests just suffer food poisoning, you brew in unclean surroundings and the beer tastes bad, beer just tastes bad there is not bacteria that can live in alcohol) So I gave away all of my equipment and just buy the stuff, there are some great beers out there and it is worth the price to not spend hours cleaning and sanitizing every piece of brewing equipment. (real pain)
So the photo is taken in another country with a Nikon Cool Pix 4 mega Pixel camera. I had a friend point out that there was an attractive woman behind me, I did not turn around, why? Why? Because I had an epiphany I realized this cameras lens would spin 360 degrees , so I just held the camera flipped the screen pointing backwards (aka behind me) and snapped this photo. Had it not been for the time delay with the lower end digitals I would not have been able to post this photo because you would have been able to identify her face,( lack of model release, international lawsuits, we all know the story) as it stands I snapped the photo my flash blinded my friend and I captured the decisive moment a second to late. Had she spoken American I would most probably been married to the woman given her obvious need for a good ole fashion American to save her from hardships of a country that does not use American as its first language. As I hunt and peck I realize this would have affected this post, I may not have married this woman. Had she spoken American and I swept her off her feet, this post would have never surfaced. Its funny how life happens.


Friday, July 25, 2008

Gazing out My Window

The Indianapolis skyline as seen from my office window. You know I think I will play hooky and just go walk the streets, hike around eat a good lunch read afterwards, have a beer and then start my weekend.

Probably some yard work.

Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Sierra Club, Now Religion

You know, gentle visitors to My Mule I have had such a great response to my post on the questionable practices of The Sierra Club, I have been given the confidence to post questions about religion. Mother Teresa?
I am here to gather readers and google ads,( remind me to link these ads) so I am forced to post such popular topics. Topics everyone feels comfortable and confident to voice their opinion on. I suppose I am appealing to the majority, but how else am I going to make a living other than catering to the voice of the people. Politics and Religion, why Dale Carnegie left this out of How to Win Friends and Influence People is beyond me.
I suppose this is like a double dog dare game but I suspect my huge fan base has the wisdom not to broach these subjects. So if you are at a loss for a response or comment just write a short story in the comment box, I do it all the time in real life. Politics and Religion? Change the damn subject, so this is the game, change the subject.
Kind Regards JW


Sunday, July 20, 2008

About BlueRibbon Coalition Plug

Guest post (below his photo) from my brother and The BlueRibbon Coalition.
I have to make it understood that I enjoy riding trails, trails that have long been on these mountains before all readers concerned were born.I have seen small riding parks and will not visit them, they are as a rule (there are exceptions) abominations for a trail riders message.
My experience in off-road adventures out west,Colorado,Nevada,Idaho and some other places I forgot, oh Kenya, is that rarely if ever do you see a hiker, rarely if ever do you see another group of riders.The vast majority of Trail Riders are good people, I would wager a much higher average than the average voter.These people are out in the middle of nowhere, on ideally trail that is no more than 2' wide, just single track trail.
A wholesome sport with inherit dangers, yet per capita I would wager that more people are harmed, by stick and ball sports, even a larger carbon footprint created, by this form of entertainment. I am not asking you to quit but between the amount of traffic created by such events, the amount of money spent of advertising spent creating sales for items that people do not need, drunk drivers not only from the games where beer is sold but also to all those who leave pubs,parties many a bit over served.? How many Trail Rides sell beer? They only people that are in danger are the riders themselves, the wildlife? I have lived in the woods, animals adapt to my actions,my bike, my spontaneous irrational laughter. I had to cap my chimney to keep raccoons out. I have hawks (name the bird I have it, unless the hawk is around) I have armadillos, turtles small things I cannot identify...Animals adapt they are not traumatized by a motorcycle, and if they are well maybe they have some sort of nervous condition or phobia, because unless you are on top of the food chain you have a lot to be worried about in the wilds, much more than a bike announcing its approach with what is a quite, safely audible muffler. I could go on but to what end? I have lost all my readers already...I'm wearing a funnel I found on the side of the road for a rain hat, I put a cork in the top hole...If you read the former sentence then you really have time on your hands. JW (written underdeadline/duress but not read by the author)

Charlie's Corner: On Any Sunday Redux
Editorial by Charlie Williams,
BRC Trail Ambassador
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A while back I was lucky enough to get to attend the On Any Sunday reunion in Long Beach, California. My official purpose was to gain support for BlueRibbon Coalition's Breakfast of Champions.

That was my official purpose, having fun was just a by-product!

For those readers who are not familiar with On Any Sunday, I'll give you a brief history:

A long, long time ago, a man named Bruce Brown made a movie about surfing, The Endless Summer. Bruce and his cameras followed a couple of surfers around the world while they were seeking the perfect wave. It was good; my Dad took us to see it in 1966 when the movie was released. We were at my grandparents' beach cottage on the coast of North Carolina.

The movie was a life-changing experience for me; I wanted to be a surfer. So the next day, Dad took us to the surf board shop to rent a board. In our group was me at 8 years old, my brother at 4, my mom, at an unspecified age, my uncle, and the really short guy from next door.

I remember it clearly; the smart-aleck clerk asked my dad what sized board we wanted. My dad, not knowing any better said he would like a board big enough for all of us. Well, I guess with the really short neighbor along with us, the clerk figured we were some sort of circus troupe and dug out an 18 foot board—big enough for all of us.

We tied the behemoth on top of the station wagon and headed home. I remember the giant board beating the living daylight out of me in the breakers. Remember, I was 8 years old and maybe 4 feet tall, and I ended up bruised and scuffed on every portion of my body. I also remember crying and throwing a fit when it came time to return the board.

"NO, I can do it! I can do it!"

No, I could not do it, although this movie has inspired me to try to surf all my life. Every chance I get I go to the ocean and swim around on my board, but I'm no closer to surfing now than I was when I was a kid. It's a very hard sport, especially when you live in the mountains of Idaho.

Then, in 1972, Bruce Brown released a new movie, On Any Sunday. It was a motorcycle movie. It explored the world of motorcycling and I realized there was a whole world of motorcycle guys like me out there. Up to that point I just thought it was me and my neighbors.

Growing up in Indiana, surfing was impossible, but motorcycle riding was something we did every day after school. Until my Dad took us to see On Any Sunday, I thought we were the only kids in the world who spent all their time building tracks and riding bikes. But the greatest realization I came away with was that we were not alone. There was a whole bunch of us out there, and my world grew a lot that night.

Dad took us to the movie house, he knew more what to expect than we kids did. He could, and would read; we could, but would not read. So we didn't really know what to expect from this "motorcycle" movie.

Well, you know we were all impressed because we sat through the film three times!

A funny thing is that between showings, the theater showed a short film about Hellmann's mayonnaise. My family have used Hellmann's mayonnaise ever since. The thing is Hellmann's didn't really sponsor nor did it have any thing to do with the movie On Any Sunday. It was just a chance encounter that sold a lot of mayo for them.

Another funny story is that in Mexico, they love their mayonnaise. Years ago the Hellmann's mayonnaise ship was delivering a shipload of mayo to Vera Cruz Mexico from the factory in New York. Well, the ship got into a terrible storm and unfortunately sank off the coast of Mexico. Although all the sailors escaped, the Mexican population was very sad about the loss of their favorite condiment, mayo, so in honor they named the day Sinko de Mayo, a tradition that lives on today.

Over the years, I've watched the movie On Any Sunday a hundred times on TV, but not since I saw it for the first time have I seen it on the big screen. So when I heard the Orange County Dualies were arranging a reunion with proceeds going to help the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation with a showing of the movie on the biggest screen west of the Mississippi river, I was in.

For the chance to finally meet the people who made this film—a film that has affected my life, along with every one who has ever watched it—I just had to go.

It turned out to be a great event too. It was cold and rainy when I left home and sunny and warm in southern California. I knew people there from all over the country, so it was a reunion for me and my friends too.

So I got thinking, and that's how you get involvedâ You know how the BlueRibbon Coalition has their Breakfast of Champions at the Indianapolis Dealer Show? Well, what if I could invite all these On Any Sunday stars to the breakfast? How cool would that be? We could have an On Any Sunday theme and I really think this would be a good draw.

So I started approaching these guys and I introduced myself as being a representative of BlueRibbon. Here is the good news, every one of them were very familiar with the BlueRibbon Coalition and were eager to help with the breakfast. I was impressed with how well the good name of BlueRibbon was received. You should be proud of our organization.

So next year, the Breakfast of Champions is going to have an International Six Day Enduro theme, but in the year after that, 2010, we hope to have an On Any Sunday theme, how cool will that be?

We are always looking for ideas to make us better, if you have any, please drop me a note, and I'll promise, no more stupid mayonnaise jokes.

—Questions or comments regarding this article should be directed to the BlueRibbon Coalition: Phone: , Fax: . Email: .

BlueRibbon Magazine, July 2008

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Friday, July 18, 2008

Is the SIerra Club, Club Sierra?

Yes I know this is old news, but I do know many of the original environmental clubs are corrupted by money/power. Apparently this is humane nature, talk to anyone who lives under the thumb of a neighborhood association.
My question is, who do we trust with our public lands? I know a non profit that the environmental groups have claimed were supported by oil companies. The accused organization posted their their financial statements in print in their monthly magazine, from my brief study (all that was required) they did not have any huge donations.) Just grass route funds and support.
So my question is...Is Club Sierra indeed Club Sierra? Your thoughts are welcome, I have comment moderation on but will post you answer, question, theory, joke and just nonsense is welcome, in fact please send me nonsense! Just as soon as I see it poised in my mailbox for action it will be published.

Stop the Creeping Moral Corruption Within the Sierra Club

An open letter from Dick Lamm, Frank Morris and David Pimentel
March 12, 2004

There is a deep and spreading corruption in the Sierra Club, which must be addressed. For the club's sake, not ours. It has the potential to do the club great harm unless corrected and thereby set back the environmental movement in America just when it is most needed. The very reputation and effectiveness of the Sierra Club is at stake. Let us state our case:

I. We have just discovered there have been anonymous donations to the Sierra Club Foundation of staggering amounts of money. The IRS forms show $47,898,118.40 in anonymous donations were given to the Sierra Club Foundation in the year 2000, and $53,593,640.00 in 2001. The Board of the Sierra Club, to the intense discomfort of some of the directors, has been told to tell no one and to ask no questions. Most of the directors of the Sierra Club have no knowledge of who is giving this money or for what purposes, even though this money now represents a large part of the budget of the Sierra Club. What obligations went with these donations, what restrictions on policy, if any, what promises direct or implied are not only unknown to the membership but also unknown to the Board. The Board is approving confusing budgets which contain millions of dollars that the fiduciaries of the Club do not know the source of, nor the legitimacy of. This is an irresponsible and reckless policy, which risks the good reputation of the Sierra Club.

II. This may explain why a clique of Sierra Club leaders is trying to ruin our reputations. There may be reasons to vote against us, but instead of campaigning on the issues, the power clique who runs the Board has chosen to stain and defame our characters. They charge that we are racists, and/or backed by racists who we have never heard of and have no connection with, and reject. If that isn't enough, they then charge that we are part of a right-wing plot to take over the Sierra Club, again citing organizations and people who we have no connection with and reject. We are progressive liberals, with excellent civil-rights credentials. One of us was the Executive Director of the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation. Despite the fact that their false claims don't pass the snicker test; they repeat them over and over.

III. The clique using these McCarthy type insinuations and lies, have broken the rules of the club and the California Corporate Code to defeat us at all costs. When we filed suit to attempt to even the playing field, they filed a so called anti-SLAPP suit, which threatened to bury us with attorney's fees if we lost. The last thing this clique wants is a fair election.

IV. The rules were again broken, when the names of some our endorsers where leaked from confidential ballot statements, and phone calls made by staff of the club asking them to withdraw their endorsements. This was successful with both Tim Wirth and Stuart Udall who then withdrew their endorsements. This abuse of process didn't seem to cause a single qualm.

V. We cannot understand how people of honor and integrity could say and do some of the things that have been done in this election. One of the hottest seats in Hell is always reserved for people who defame falsely other people's characters, knowing such claims are false. It goes without saying that this was extremely painful to us, but it also made no sense to us, until we discovered that the club might well have something of Enron proportions to cover up and which they don't want to see exposed. A small group of people now control a large amount of money, without adequate controls or accounting. That is dangerous for the club and for the environmental movement.

Vote for us, or against us, but please clean up the creeping corruption of the club we all love.

Monday, July 14, 2008

I Aint Sayin' Stop Begettin'

If people would stop breeding like rabbits, we could all have a place on the beach, drive 18' long convertible gas guzzler's and well; all would balance with the natural decay of fall wood, which produces the same amount of carbon monoxide rotting as burning it other than burning it releases it much faster. So I suppose the lesson that everyone should recognize is we are on a small piece of real estate and if we continue to reproduce at the rate we are we will all be third world countries. More people more methane, more cows more methane less trees, less trees, less fresh air, less farmland less food, more people more fuel...Yes Thomas Malthus nailed it on the head and if you care to read the wicked wikipedia short version of his over 150 year old valid observation, continue.

The Principle of Population

Between 1798 and 1826 Malthus published six editions of his famous treatise, An Essay on the Principle of Population, updating each edition to incorporate new material, to address criticism, and to convey changes in his own perspectives on the subject. He wrote the original text in reaction to the optimism of his father and his father's associates, (notably Rousseau) regarding the future improvement of society. Malthus also constructed his case as a specific response to writings of William Godwin (1756-1836) and of the Marquis de Condorcet (1743-1794).

Malthus regarded ideals of future improvement in the lot of humanity with scepticism, considering that throughout history a segment of every human population seemed relegated to poverty. He explained this phenomenon by pointing out that population growth generally preceded expansion of the population's resources, in particular the primary resource of food:

" all societies, even those that are most vicious, the tendency to a virtuous attachment is so strong that there is a constant effort towards an increase of population. This constant effort as constantly tends to subject the lower classes of the society to distress and to prevent any great permanent amelioration of their condition."[2]

"The way in which, these effects are produced seems to be this. We will suppose the means of subsistence in any country just equal to the easy support of its inhabitants. The constant effort towards population... increases the number of people before the means of subsistence are increased. The food therefore which before supported seven millions must now be divided among seven millions and a half or eight millions. The poor consequently must live much worse, and many of them be reduced to severe distress. The number of labourers also being above the proportion of the work in the market, the price of labour must tend toward a decrease, while the price of provisions would at the same time tend to rise. The labourer therefore must work harder to earn the same as he did before. During this season of distress, the discouragements to marriage, and the difficulty of rearing a family are so great that population is at a stand. In the mean time the cheapness of labour, the plenty of labourers, and the necessity of an increased industry amongst them, encourage cultivators to employ more labour upon their land, to turn up fresh soil, and to manure and improve more completely what is already in tillage, till ultimately the means of subsistence become in the same proportion to the population as at the period from which we set out. The situation of the labourer being then again tolerably comfortable, the restraints to population are in some degree loosened, and the same retrograde and progressive movements with respect to happiness are repeated."

Malthus also saw that societies through history had experienced at one time or another epidemics, famines, or wars: events that masked the fundamental problem of populations overstretching their resource limitations:

"The power of population is so superior to the power of the earth to produce subsistence for man, that premature death must in some shape or other visit the human race. The vices of mankind are active and able ministers of depopulation. They are the precursors in the great army of destruction, and often finish the dreadful work themselves. But should they fail in this war of extermination, sickly seasons, epidemics, pestilence, and plague advance in terrific array, and sweep off their thousands and tens of thousands. Should success be still incomplete, gigantic inevitable famine stalks in the rear, and with one mighty blow levels the population with the food of the world."

To give a mathematical perspective to his observations, Malthus proposed the idea that population, if unchecked, increases at a geometric rate (i.e. 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, etc.), whereas the food-supply grows at an arithmetic rate (i.e. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 etc.).

In the first edition of the Essay, Malthus suggested that only natural causes (such as accidents and old age), misery (war, pestilence, plague, and above all famine) [Book I, Ch. 2], and vice (which for Malthus included infanticide, murder, contraception and homosexuality) [Book I, Ch. 5.] could check excessive population-growth. In the second and subsequent editions, Malthus raised the possibility of moral restraint (marrying late or not at all, coupled with sexual abstinence prior to, and outside of, marriage) as a check on the growth of population. (Others[who?] criticised him, however, for implying that restraint applied only to the working and poor classes.) He also proposed the gradual abolition of poor laws that gave no incentive to birth control, supporting instead private charity.

Malthus took offence at criticism that he lacked a caring attitude towards the situation of the poor. He wrote in an addition to the 1817 edition:

"I have written a chapter expressly on the practical direction of our charity; and in detached passages elsewhere have paid a just tribute to the exalted virtue of benevolence. To those who have read these parts of my work, and have attended to the general tone and spirit of the whole, I willingly appeal, if they are but tolerably candid, against these charges ... which intimate that I would root out the virtues of charity and benevolence without regard to the exaltation which they bestow on the moral dignity of our nature.... (p. 607)[3]

Some[who?] have argued that Malthus did not fully recognize the human capacity to increase food supply. On this subject Malthus wrote: "The main peculiarity which distinguishes man from other animals, is the means of his support, is the power which he possesses of very greatly increasing these means."[citation needed]

[edit] Malthus's expectations of growth in population

See also: Malthusian equilibrium

Since 1800, global food production has generally kept pace with population growth, but increasing numbers of humans call for new ways "to increase yields while preserving natural habitats and biodiversity".[4]

Elwell states that Malthus made no specific prediction regarding the future; and that what some interpret as prediction merely constituted Malthus's illustration of the power of geometric (or exponential) population growth compared to the arithmetic growth of food-production.[5] Rather than predicting the future, the Essay offers an evolutionary social theory. Eight major points regarding evolution appear in the 1798 Essay:[6]

1. subsistence severely limits population-level
2. when the means of subsistence increases, population increases
3. population-pressures stimulate increases in productivity
4. increases in productivity stimulate further population-growth
5. since this productivity can not keep up with the potential of population growth for long, population requires strong checks to keep it in line with carrying-capacity
6. individual cost/benefit decisions regarding sex, work, and children determine the expansion or contraction of population and production
7. checks will come into operation as population exceeds subsistence-level
8. the nature of these checks will have significant effect on the rest of the sociocultural system — Malthus points specifically to misery, vice, and poverty

Malthusian theory has had great influence on evolutionary theory, both in biology (as acknowledged by Darwin and Alfred Russel Wallace) and in the social sciences (compare Herbert Spencer). Malthus's population theory has also profoundly affected the modern-day ecological-evolutionary social theory of Gerhard Lenski and Marvin Harris. He can thus rank as a key contributing element of the canon of socioeconomic theory.


Wednesday, July 09, 2008

Rest Assured I am wearing my high water pants

We have been enjoying an especially wet spring and early summer. But rest assured we here in the Midwest are survivors. More later JW

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Sunday, July 06, 2008

Exposed to the Xtreme

This post contains material that is inappropriate for anyone to view. So language nudity and with a dash of poor taste is what you can expect if you watch these videos. I would suggest you save your innocent mind to be corrupted with time, please do not allow me to accelerate the loss of your innocence. All nudity was created by computer animated graphics if this helps ease your mind. Peace JW

Nevada Trail Ride with Trail Rider magazine.

Theives Theives Tramps and Theives

This ain’t good business! I have a small yard I hired a friend last summer to help me keep it groomed kill the three varieties of poison ivy I apparently have and also to work on a shared slope with a neighbor. My friend told me that if I paid him in advance, he could give me a better deal and take care of everything. Well its been nearly a year and a half and not much has been done, in fact my friend has disappeared. Unless I walk into the village and see him at his pub and hang out, now he is avoiding me as is his wife and the owner of the pub etc. Kinda odd, I thought $550.00 was a decent deal considering the friend was going to use leftover materials to take care of my yard issues. Well as in business where I trusted employees who stole with abandon, I have discovered that my friendship is worth $550.00 and then it climbs to the multiples of this when I factor in employees.
The pub he hangs out at is Chumley’s in Broad Ripple Indiana. I have a good relationship with the bartenders, waitress’s when I visit, I am well-behaved, bring guests, tip well etc. However the landscape bandit is a lifelong friend with the owner and well you know, so it goes. He steals from me, I stop my occasional visit.
I also facilitated a Trail Rider Party at their establishment, this shall be banished from my list of places to go for fun, liars and cheats apparently are the preferred clients. Bad juju as far as I am concerned…and now for something completely different.
There are other pubs in the village, many pubs, pubs that of course harbor scoundrels but at least the scoundrels have not taken me for money.(yet) A good church going scoundrel that raises children and grandchildren at my expenses. I could not sleep but apparently he can; so it goes. My yard is once again my responsibility, which really is not that big of a deal, the guy I hired was just lacking in character, ambition, and drive not to mention a conscience.
To end on a good note, I have many great friends who I would trust with my life, however if I owned this bar I would question my lifelong friend’s loyalty.
A man of honor, a man of his word, now that’s good business. Otherwise, this type of character or lack of will continue to wonder why he keeps running into problems, has to avoid phone calls etc. Not a good way to live, a bridge burner as a rule burn’s themselves into corners.
Yes a negative post but one that may console many readers when they discover they are not alone when dealing with the liars and thieves. Kind Regards and keep your guard up JW


Tuesday, July 01, 2008

Better Than you'd Expect

I received an email from a friend of mine Robin Hartfiel which contained this plug for his buddies new book. I am going to order the book and suggest you do as well, just because I have learned from past experience that Robin is a good reference for no bull reading. In other words, if he plugs the book, it must have merit. So read below the Beach Boys/Ray Charles YouTube link to the letter from the author, humble, funny etc.
Why I have included the Ray Charles/Beach Boys YouTube link well, you know the Beach Boys are not on the top of my play list, but this song has always struck a cord and so has Ray Charles.It also reminds...never mind my tangents are nearly infinite so I will show you mercy and turn it over to the content. Ok Antoine de Saint Exupery, titled (Wind, Sand and Stars)is the book it reminds me of...I am done JW
Another version from the sound track of The Departed

Dear Friends, Family and Other's whose e-mail address I had for one reason or another,

Please forgive me as I shamelessly call on all of you for your help and support in promoting my debut book, "MEXICAN BOWL FISHING: And Other Tales of Life" officially releasing this coming Tuesday, July 1st! Based loosely on my monthly magazine column, the book outlines many of the awkward misfortunes that seem to plague my life and the things I've learned through each of those shortcomings. (Mainly how to laugh in the face of embarrassment ... it's better than crying).

MEXICAN BOWL FISHING contains revised-for-book versions of four of my most popular columns including "Bury the Cat Slowly", "A Lesson in Cheap (Jessica)", "Used Parts Salesman" and my debut column, "Practice What We Preach", as well as over 22 brand new, humorous tales. Each chapter is its own, individual short story so this makes the book perfect bathroom reading material for those who engage in such activities!

The book will be available through thousands, (well, actually tens-of-thousands, I guess), of outlets nationwide, but I'd certainly prefer that you send anyone you know to the official book website to pick up their copy at This site is my own and will launch this Tuesday and your friends, neighbors, acquaintances (or anyone you can hold at gunpoint) will be able to select the plain book or a "personalized, autographed copy"! (Sounds impressive, doesn't it?)

We will also be launching a Mexican Bowl Fishing photo contest with the chance to win great prizes, including up to $250 in cash for the grand prize entry! That contest will run through October 21, 2008 with the winners selected on October 31, 2008. Wow, this just keeps getting better, doesn't it?

For those of you on this list who are in the media, (you know who you are), please let me know if I can send you a press release and/or pre-written print article and for those in radio ... let's talk interview scheduling! There's nothing wrong with using your popularity to push a friend's book - I was that immoral when I was in radio!

A very special thanks to all of you in advance for any help you can give in spreading the word. When I first thought about sending this e-mail to pretty much everyone that I know, I sort of saw a moral dilemma in that it might not be right to mooch help from friends and family. Then I decided that, if you can't mooch off of your friends and family, who the heck can you mooch from?

The absolute best to all of you and thanks again for helping to spread the word. I've wanted to write a book since around 10-years of age and now that it's a reality, I hope to "force" the masses to buy it, read it and love it! (God save the world).

All the best,


MEXICAN BOWL FISHING: And Other Tales of Life
By William Douglas Little