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Bobby Inman

Gone But Not Forgotten – 2018:

January 10, 2019

It is sad when I write this article the first of each New Year.  People that we have grown up with, watched on TV, saw play sports, listened to their music or looked up to.  Each year, we lose a part of our history.  This year we lost a President and First Lady.  Legends of […]


Mean Gene Okerland: R.I.P.

January 6, 2019

On January 2, 2019, the Sport of Professional Wrestling lost a legend.  Mean Gene Okerland passed away on that date.  Mean Gene was known for his interviews and commentary that led him to be respected by his peers in the business.  He was loved by many as well as being looked up to.  He was […]


An Exclusive QCDNews Interview: Dani Jordyn

December 14, 2018

This article is the next installment in the interview series to let fans into the world of Professional Wrestling.  I interviewed “White Lightning” Tim Horner first and then followed that interview with one with “Mr. Olympia” Jerry Stubbs.  Both interviews can be found at the links below: Jerry Stubbs: http://quadcitiesdaily.com/?p=449543 Tim Horner: http://quadcitiesdaily.com/?p=438962 I met […]


Jamey Johnson: The Full concert

November 28, 2018

Recently Tracey and I attended a Lynyrd Skynyrd concert that had Bad Company and Jamey Johnson opening.  Let me start off by saying I have always liked Jamey Johnson’s music.  Johnson played for about 45 minutes at this concert.  A review of the concert can be found here: http://quadcitiesdaily.com/?p=489814 We enjoyed the Jamey Johnson portion […]


Ichiban: A Restaurant Review

November 25, 2018

I met Ichiban’s owner Jacky Cai shortly after he opened the restaurant in Sheffield, Alabama.  Jacky is a people person and enjoys interacting with his customers.  First off, I like some oriental food but not a lot.  I am actually allergic to seafood so I have to be careful what I eat.  So, here is […]


Bohemian Rhapsody: A Movie Review

November 17, 2018

 First, let me start off by saying that I am a Freddie Mercury and Queen fan.  I believe that lead guitarists Brian May is one of the best guitar players in today’s society.  While Freddie Mercury had a different kind of lifestyle, I think that he was a musical genius.  Months ago, I had begun […]


R.I.P. Stan Lee

November 13, 2018

On November 12th, 2018, we lost a piece of American history. Stan Lee passed away on this date. Stan is famous for creating such Marvel Comic characters as Thor, The Incredible Hulk, Spiderman, The X-Men and Captain America. Not only had Stan been involved with the comic books of these characters but also in the […]


Tomb of the Unknown Soldier Part 3: New Handguns

November 12, 2018

  This article concludes the three part series on The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.    The previous articles can be found here: Part 1:  http://quadcitiesdaily.com/?p=490427 Part 2:  http://quadcitiesdaily.com/?p=491214 The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier Sentinels was recently given new handguns.  The firm of Sig Sauer presented the Sentinels were given special edition Sig Sauer M-17 […]


Tomb Of The Unknown Soldier Part 2: The Sentinels

November 9, 2018

This article continues from the original article published by the Quad Cities Daily here: http://quadcitiesdaily.com/?p=490427 The Soldiers that protect The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier are called Sentinels.  What does it take to be a Sentinel?  First we need to define the word.  Looking at the Dictionary.com website, we found the following definition: Sentinel:  noun […]


Tomb Of The Unknown Soldier: Part 1

November 4, 2018

 A friend of mine just returned from a trip to Washington D.C.   He told me that he visited The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.    He stated that the changing of The Guard was a humbling experience.  We talked about the different aspects of The Tomb.  I told him that I had seen a video where […]


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