Okay, so this is what the guy looks like..
(staring intently at his computer screen)
hmm.. he looks pretty serious...photo taken 10-27-1999
(and here smiling at his wife!)
Now, that's a bit more friendly!
photo taken 11-27-2007
(and here, for comparison,
is the young soldier in Vietnam)
photo taken at Long Thanh, Vietnam, June, 1970
And here's the innocent boy,
posing for his high school yearbook
during the summer of 1966
photo taken August, 1966
And here's the same guy
four years later - in 1970,
after spending a year
in the jungle in Vietnam.
Passport photo taken August, 1970
And here's a photo of the
young boy as an old man.
67 in 2017 - and heading
towards 97 by 2047.
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Born: December 12, 1949
Graduated High School June, 1967
Served in USAF 1968-72
Vietnam, Thailand, 1970-71
Cal State San Bernardino, California 1971-72
Union College, NJ 1973
Excelsior Press 1974-present
Interfacing PC's & Computerized Photo Typesetting Machines, 1981-86
Multi-lingual Publishing Systems 1984-90
Laser Printer Repair/& Training 1990-94
Programming - Basic, dBase, Paradox, misc. 1982-95
Exclusively Web Work - Development/Lectures/Seminars since June, 1995
htmlscript/Miva/php/SQL CGI & database development - April, 1996 - present
currently lives on the outskirts of Frenchtown,
where he contacts the world through the World-Wide-Web.
(and he's not always quite so serious-looking...in fact, he's known for his very healthy, cheerful laughter)
And here's one from 1971 - just back from Vietnam and in the
California Desert, near Ballarat - photo by Neil Brown
New (Old) photo - an aerial shot of our new home circa 1961 - before all those young trees grew up and shaded the house and yard.
This photo shows the back half of the 3.47 acres...
Nearest road to the south is almost a mile through woods and farm
fields. We can hear coyotes at night, and see deer in the
yard almost daily.
Nearest roads to the east and west - Horseshoe Bend and C.R. 519
- are about a mile away as well...