Friday, July 29, 2011

Hate to speak of depression on a beautiful summer day, however it is a problem many suffer. I had a friend that took his own life because of depression. He exhibited many symptoms but we (his friends) did not notice. We are sorry for that.

Our Friend Duff Diggler Is No More
This is an interesting piece of American history, in spite of the title. It is about the exploits of some loyal and patriotic Americans that hasn't been fully revealed.

Black Men At War

Monday, July 25, 2011

Home Business

Make A Good Income Selling Candy

Part 2 Candy Sales-Chocolate Fudge


Renewable Energy Sources


Black Men At War

Health (mental and physical)

Our Friend Duff Diggler Is No More

I Survived Cancer Of The Liver

Hit By A Car

Book Reviews and Interesting Information

Summertime Reading For a Gypsyman

Robert West-Squidoo Lensmaster

A Dark Matter

Is WalMart Satan in Bentonville Arkansas?


The Cool Gourmet

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

There is a collection of interesting recipes here to add to anyone's repertoire. Delicious ways to use ground turkey, new and different ways to prepare fish. Something for everyone and a section on utensils required to make delicious gourmet meals everyday.

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Added some information relating to careers in renewable energy. As the oil supply is almost depleted, renewable energy is one of the fastest growing career fields.
This is a Squidoo lens dealing with clinical depression and it's problems. A friend who may have been clinically depressed committed suicide recently. Read the post at

Monday, July 18, 2011

New lens review of 2 books, one by Jane Austen, and one by Stephen King. Emma and Cell. Part of a Squidoo Quest providing list for summer reading.

Friday, July 1, 2011

I would like to add a footnote to history. Not that this information hasn't been available to most of the public.  I would like to add the information that I have gathered on the subject. If you are over the age of twenty five, this information was not made available to you in America's public schools.

African American men fought and died in every conflict that America has been involved in since the Revolutionary war. This is a true statement, it simply has not been common knowledge in the past. In honor of the country's 235th birthday, I dedicate this page to all of our fighting men in the hope that it adds a footnote to our history.

The military was not integrated until the 1950s, so while Black men fought and died they were not recognized as the military as an institution was racist and segregated. That is no longer the case. This is not a history of a race of people, it is a history of a few unsung Americans. Please enjoy...

see this at Squidoo