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Greetings

Started this discussion. Last reply by Clay Sep 30, 2014. 1 Reply

Hello all,I've been a long time follower of the site but I decided that perhaps it might be a good idea if I joined the online community, so here I am. I started out in life as a firefighter and then…Continue

 

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Lee Hutch replied to Dannie Gray's discussion Intro
"I think it would be of particular interest to you as you have an English background. My brother teaches 12th grade English and he is the one who recommended it to me."
Oct 1, 2014
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"Now are you the Nigerian General or my South American Uncle? Or did I get that backwards? No matter. Here is what to do. Go to your nearest Chase Bank. Approach the teller and give them the secret code phrase "The Fish Walks Alone at…"
Oct 1, 2014
Lee Hutch commented on Cory's group Teachers and Educators
"Hello. I am new to AoM and new to the group as well. I began teaching US History Survey courses at a community college after a back injury ended my law enforcement career. That Master's in History that I never planned on doing anything…"
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Lee Hutch replied to Dannie Gray's discussion Intro
"Welcome. I am new here myself. Teaching is a noble profession. I entered it as a second (unplanned) career. My wife is a high school teacher. I work for a community college. We both teach history, though my minor as an undergraduate student was…"
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Lee Hutch replied to Grecia E. G.'s discussion Teddy and the Spanish American War. in the group Teddy Roosevelt Appreciators
"The Rise of Theodore Roosevelt by Edmund Morris The War Lovers by Evan Thomas With The Rough Riders in Cuba by Theodore Roosevelt The History Channel had a pretty good documentary called The Spanish American War-The First Intervention if you can…"
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Lee Hutch replied to Jack Bauer's discussion "Don't follow your passion" -- Mike Rowe
"Growing up I loved history. I couldn't read enough or watch enough on TV to get my fill. I knew that the odds of me being able to "follow my passion" and make a living out of it were pretty slim, so I became a firefighter and then a…"
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Lee Hutch replied to Jack Bauer's discussion What'cha watchin'? Your manly entertainment recommendations, reviews and discussions ...
"I echo all those who said True Detective. I am also re-watching the Friday Night Lights series. That has kind of become an annual fall tradition for me (squeezed in between watching high school, college, and NFL games that is).  I tried…"
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Greetings

Hello all,I've been a long time follower of the site but I decided that perhaps it might be a good idea if I joined the online community, so here I am. I started out in life as a firefighter and then a police officer but back injuries sidelined me a little earlier in my career than I would have liked. Now I teach history part time for three different community colleges and try to impart some wisdom to the next generation. (Though what a lot of them need is a good lesson in fashion....seriously.…See More
Sep 30, 2014
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My redhead and I at the San Jacinto Monument in La Porte, Texas. Where Texas won independence.
Sep 30, 2014

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http://pigskinhistorian.blogspot.com
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I am a former police officer (medically retired) who now teaches history at a community college. I love history, football, football history, and redheads. I own two blogs The Pigskin Historian and Confessions of a Half A$$ Historian.
http://halfhistorian.blogspot.com
You can find me on Facebook here:
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Books
I enjoy reading football and boxing history books along with general military history topics. (Especially the World Wars)
Movies
Training Day, Cinderella Man, Friday Night Lights (series), and True Detective (series).
Music
I am a sucker for 1940s era music.
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Everybody counts or nobody counts.

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At 10:04am on October 1, 2014, Lee Hutch said…

Now are you the Nigerian General or my South American Uncle? Or did I get that backwards? No matter. Here is what to do. Go to your nearest Chase Bank. Approach the teller and give them the secret code phrase "The Fish Walks Alone at Midnight". If they reply by saying "The Bumblebee swims silently through the sand" then you will know that you are in the right place. They will give you further instructions. Speak not a word of the code phrase to anyone!

 
 
 

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