An adventurous boy created quite a pile of money hunting rattlesnakes in the 1930s depression. That is until his Mom found out!
This true story is of a Rural Physician in the Depression. It discusses how medicine was delivered by house calls in the 1920s and 1930s by a dedicated Doc Miller.
A humorous look at a derelict pumpkin that snuck itself into my backyard.
This is an amusing story about farm life during the depression. It includes a special memory belonging to my Dad.
This is one in a series of articles about false restraining orders. This one discusses how false Protection Orders often violate civil rights.
This is a story about a visit to my Dad's Brother's farmhouse and the agitation about rabies when my sister was bitten by a "critter".
This is a story about my Dad's attendance in a one-room schoolhouse and some facts about these near nonexistant schools. It won a HubNugget award on HubPages.
A true story about the very real dangers of farming. My uncle farmed his entire life, but his life was threatened in this incident.
This story details the pet rescue of a dog with a mangled leg in the US Great Depression. The dog was saved with a ghastly amputation, but lived long and well afterward!
This is one in a series of articles about false protection orders, a very potent divorce dirty trick.
Ideas about what to do to overcome five employment barriers. Become more marketable in tough times.
Written in 2010, this is some poetry about all the hoopla that was supposed to happen to computers as clocks rolled over to 2000. IT people know there were some glitches, but mainly overreaction.
This is an old joke about Digital Equipment VAX computers (which could use updating with modern computers). Dr. Seuss tempo.
A funny engineer's story set to the Beverly Hillbillies theme.