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Missive #122

Read Will Rogers column 88 years ago: September 8, 1935

Kelly Turnbull, the hero of People’s Republic, Indian Country, Wildfire, and Collapse, is back this fifth novel that tells the story of how America split apart into red and blue. Brought back to the United States to work with an elite group of operators who are seeking to stop the slide to open civil war, Turnbull pursues a leftist terrorist mastermind who will stop at nothing to burn down the country. The is the fifth published book in the series but the first in the story chronology. An entertaining read that probably will not appeal to women readers. His odyssey takes him from an attack on Capitol Hill to the “liberated zone” of Minneapolis to a desperate battle in the California desert. Turnbull is once again locked and loaded, with his trusty Wilson Combat .45 and his trademark bad attitude. With action and snarky humor aplenty, Crisis is torn from the headlines and provides a powerful warning about where the trends we are seeing today could lead our country.” — Book promo @ goodreads.com

This quote from the book was only selected because I carry a .38 revolver and can not fathom how the character in the book was cleaning his revolver with a round(s) in the cylinder.

A Smith & Wesson .38 revolver hung in a holster to his side, and Rios-Parkinson still walked with a limp after having accidentally shot off the tip of his little toe cleaning it not long after the assistant professor had been presented with the weapon in recognition of his role as founder, organizer, and generalissimo of the People’s Militia of Los Angeles.

I am having a lot of trouble with no Verizon and slow Park WIFI. There seems to be some changes being made to the Park WIFI but the Park Host knows nothing about the WIFI or Internet so maybe next week I can talk to the owner.

I’m slowly feeling better. Still not doing the same distance during our morning walks and not doing a mid day walk but doing some walking. The night sweats have almost gone away. Making progress toward being back to what I consider normal.

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