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To this day, the phrase 9/11 conjures horrifying images for most Americans. I'm sure most of you know precisely where you were as the events of that sad day unfolded. I know I do. I remember it as if it happened yesterday.
Many years ago, while fishing a tournament on the Harris Chain of Lakes in North Central Florida, a bizarre and somewhat disturbing event occurred — an event I feel is well worth sharing.
After watching nearly two weeks of NBC's prime time coverage of the 30th Olympiad, I just couldn’t take it anymore. You see, I love the Olympics — the summer games especially. But after being force fed certain sports that, in my opinion, have no place in the Olympics, I feel compelled to speak out — particularly when it comes to women's beach volleyball.
Glen Lau looks like a mountain man — big and burly, intimidating. When he speaks, his voice is raspy and gruff. But beneath his rough exterior, Glen is actually a highly sensitive and creative artist whose work rivals that of the great masters.