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Two Cents: My Anniversary

August 10, 2018  •  Leave a Comment
Yesterday, I was putting my next dentist appointment into the calendar. I, like most others, am not a fan of going to the dentist. So what usually happens is that my appointment rolls around and, not having written it down, they'll call me to remind me. If I'm not in immediate pain, facing that kind of peril all seems so senseless to the 8 year old...
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Two Cents: Video Growing Pains

August 08, 2018  •  Leave a Comment
I wanted to make this a "Two Cents" article. It's an update more than an actual work of effort. In this case, it's more like ten cents. I suppose, if you're following along on my travels of becoming a media force, this might be an article after all. I spend years (decades) pursuing an income in music. Not a "living". Just an income; enough to pay...
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Antique Bikes On Main - Chesnee, South Carolina

August 04, 2018  •  Leave a Comment
C hesnee, South Carolina is a small town a short distance from Spartanburg and not too far from the southern border of North Carolina. It hardly conjures up the same image as other places that host bike rallies such as Daytona, Laconia or even Sturgis. But every year, there's an event in Chesnee, SC called Antique Bikes On Main. I've seen the flyer...
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Jake's Addiction: An Extraordinary Ironhead

June 12, 2018  •  Leave a Comment
[My first article and photo shoot for a national magazine was published in The Horse Backstreet Choppers Magazine in the May 2015. This is that article and a few more photos. Be sure to check out my behind-the-scenes video of the photo shoot I did of Jake's latest panhead build! https://youtu.be/3Xe7gj7P07o] Folly Beach, SC looks like your typical...
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The Bestowing Of A Road Name

May 17, 2018  •  Leave a Comment
I was browsing the interwebs looking for information on how bikers deal with tolls on I-95 or any other toll road, for that matter. I knew there must be an easier way to handle tolls other than pulling over and counting out money. For starters, with my helmet on, I can’t hear much of anything. With my bike running, they wouldn’t hear much of anythi...
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