|Adventures and Misadventures|
This document was most recently revised on Saturday,
June 29, 2019.
| ^ ||Aleta Maria Rhodes|
Failing to ask Aleta to marry me is possibly the biggest mistake that
I ever made.
| ^ ||Confessions of a Child Ecologist|
I was an environmentalist long before the Earth Day fad. This
true story reveals the fate of one of my early conservation efforts.
| ^ ||Glenna Elaine Cole|
I was married to Elaine for about 14 years. In general, I considered
it to be a good marriage. This is the story of how it ended.
A more nearly complete account of the marriage is included in my unpublished
memoir Thanks for the Mammaries:
a Ma'amoir. I intend for that document to become generally
available after I'm safely dead and well beyond the reach of any of the
women who're mentioned in it.
| ^ ||Linda Sue Avants|
This memoir tells a story of love, marriage, and a failed church.
It begins with my marriage to my second wife, Linda Sue Avants. It
reveals the abominable behavior of her so-called Christian so-called friends.
It chronicles my search for her, such as it was, after she was driven away
from me by those so-called Christians.
| ^ ||Lorita Ann Taylor|
In a trap, the bait is the first victim.
| ^ ||Outward Bound|
This memoir is very long, more than 83,000 words. It tells the
story of my work history, with many tangents and digressions along the
| ^ ||Thanks for the Mammaries: a Ma'amoir|
These links lead to the title page. The actual document is an
account of my romantic relationships. I intend that the actual document
shall become available after my death. Whether it will become available
immediately or after some period of time is a decision that will be made
by whoever takes over my work and the management of my websites.
My only expectation is that it will become available in its entirety, without
any editing or omissions.
In connection with this document, I offer my thanks to Albert Hammond,
Hal David, Julio Iglesias, and Willie Nelson for the sentiments and for
the song: To
All The Girls I've Loved Before (8 K PDF File).
| ^ ||The
General Electric Company
While I worked at the Nuclear Energy Division of the General Electric
Company, I discovered more procedural deficiencies and violations than
you'd think were possible for one company. My efforts to address
those deficiencies and violations caused my employment to be terminated
due to lack of work at a time when the company lacked the manpower to meet
the existing workload. A discussion of many of the other problems
that I encountered at GE is included in Outward Bound, which is
available earlier in this directory.
| ^ ||The Rise and
Fall of Mere Keep
This is the story of how a woman used a covert pregnancy and the resulting
child as bait and the county government as a weapon to deprive me of my
home and of my means to make a living and support myself.