PEOPLE should never hate on a child.
My Dad took this picture in 1948 - San Antonio, TX while getting flight training at: Randolph Air Force Base - Air force
The Woodlawn Theatre.
The movie playing was "Sleep My Love" (I had to really zoom in to see the title)
Starring: Alison Courtland and Don Ameche Movie link: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0040798/
They're doing a Star Wars movie marathon on TV, and A New Hope was on. Also, what with the Samsung Galaxy Note 7... hey, what do you call an intergalactic phone? (Comment your answer.)
My kite is back in ACTION!!!!!! Look at her all inflated, and ready to go!! THANK YOU JESSE! There is ONLY one place to go if your into water sports in South Florida.
And that is: http://www.liquidsurfandsail.com/
https://www.facebook.com/LiquidSurfandSail #kiteboarding #fortlauderdale #slingshot #kiteboarding
Slingshot Rally 12m
I can breathe underwater, swim at tremendous speeds, and telepathically communicate with sea life. I can also communicate with female humans above the surface (but it has proven to be difficult at times).
SUPER proud Dad of Two Awesome Air Breathing Daughters!
I'm 3rd Generation Military.
My Grandpa was a pilot in WWI (ARMY). - www.skyeyemovie.com
Dad was a Fighter Pilot in the ARMY Air Corps in WWII then Air Force during Korea.
Older brother was NAVY.
I went ARMY as a Combat Engineer (Light) SAPPER.
For religious reasons, I am a huge supporter of Israel and the Jewish people!
I learned to dive in Southern California in 1975 when I was 13, (I lied and said I was 14) and was Jr. Certified by NAUI, PADI, and L.A. County Dive Associations. Soon after I got my adult, certification.
Making the mistake of going to see the movie JAWS, halfway through the dive class was not the smartest thing to do in retrospect. I was pretty much afraid to even be in the pool alone for a few months after. I remember the instructor got mad at me for going to see that movie.
As soon as I got my certification, I went with some older friends to go diving on the back-side of Catalina Island (26 miles S/W of Los Angeles, CA). I think I was 15 by then, and only had about 10 official dives so far. So, everyone in our 6 person group is spear-fishing Sheephead fish and other fish.
So, I start thinking of how much the fish are bleeding, with all the blood in the water and I think of the "JAWS" movie, and I start getting scared.
Right then, I am at about 40’ depth, the light goes dark all around me as a huge monster goes over the top of me blocking out the sun. I assume the worst: Great White Shark!
Luckily it was a Giant Manta Ray, but I was too scared to stay in the water any more. I got out and sat on my friend’s boat and waited till they all surfaced, they all said that was the biggest ray they had ever seen. We ate abalone and lots of fish that night!
Now, I’m not so afraid of Sharks, but I still don’t like Shark movies :)
Shark Video in the Bahamas (I worked as a Dive Instructor, and today was my turn to video) at the 2:00 minute mark it gets fun! http://youtu.be/CAVaAk3m_CM
I'm a PADI Scuba Instructor, and have dove all over the Southern California coast, the islands and beaches along Baja Mexico, Cozumel, Cabo, Cayman's, and the Bahamas.
My deepest dive to date is 227’. I have done cave dives, and have 2,100 + dives.
What I do:
- Play the Drums
- Favorite Drummers: Bonham, Peart, Mangini, Moon, & Cobham.
- Fly real planes
- Android Fanatic! Samsung Galaxy 6 Edge, Samsung Gear S, & Nexus 9.
- Amateur Radio (Ham)
- Joomla and WordPress User
- Ingress - Enlightened
- Video Gamer - PC
- Water Sports- boating, skiing, swim, scuba, sail. If there is water, I'm in!
- Mountain bike riding I do 6 - 10 miles a day
- Skydiving - Wonderhog rig 270 sq ft.
I truly believe what Martin Luther King said:
I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character.
You see it doesn't matter if your a Female, or Male, green, black, orange, white, brown, or checkered color. We are all equal. It is Character that counts. How you treat others is the most important thing I can think of.
I know GOD thinks that way too.