I was born Port Arthur, Texas. I attended Thomas Jefferson High School, Sam Houston State University, BBA, RAB, CRMC, and became a broadcaster on 25 October 1976.
They’s a Ghost in That Thar Machine
Promobot, a Russian robot, recently escaped the lab for a third time and made its way down to a Russian political rally.
We’re Number One
The Dallas Cowboys this week were announced by Forbes Magazine to be the most valuable NFL franchise in existence.
A Poetry Writing Attorney
This lawyer fancied himself a poet, and found himself stuck on somebody else’s boat all night long one misty September evening. And the rest is history.
I Left My Heart In A Park In Ohio
A human heart was discovered in a field off Milan Avenue in Norwalk, Ohio next to a gasoline station.
Who Would Call Me From Russia This Time Of Year?
If you get a one-ring call from a foreign country related to the old soviet bloc, eastern Europe, parts of Africa, the middle and far east don’t call them back.
A Hot 3-Day Weekend
I was determined to ‘clean up’ the landscaping mess that father time has overseen these past few years that I’ve neglected it.
Sly Stone Not Dead
The internet has the power to propel rumors around the world in the blink of an eye.
There Went Gene Wilder
Gene Wilder touched our lives in countless meaningful ways that no single salute written by anyone can capture.
In The Cajun Navy
While I routinely disdain extra regulations and fees – I wouldn’t mind an extra $5 to register my boat as available in emergencies.
Flood Lunch On My Desk
Today I’m having red beans and rice from Tarver Ford in Lake Charles, with the proceeds going toward Flood Relief.
Where to Give and How to Help
Wanting to help out with flood relief? Here are a few relief efforts in the area.
My First Job
My first job taught me lessons that have endured and been useful every day in the subsequent decades.