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Bobby Inman

Police Reserves

June 13, 2016

So, you want to be the Police?  First, let me stop right there and explain something.  When the Term “Police” is used in this article, it can mean Police Officer, Sheriff’s Deputy, Campus Police Officer, Federal Law Enforcement Officer, etc.  All of these professions take a special person.  Someone that can be a good Police […]

You May Have To Have a Different Defense Handgun

May 31, 2016

I wrote an article a few months ago for the Quad Cities Daily about choosing the right handgun for you.  I mentioned several factors on choosing this handgun such as feel, weight, operation and other aspects.  However, something that I missed has come to my attention and I thought that I would clarify these two […]

Thin Blue Line

May 17, 2016

    “35”. “   “Thirty Five.”  “XXXV.”     To some, this is just a number.  But to the Law Enforcement Community, that is the number of Law Enforcement Officers killed in the Line of Duty as of this morning.  35 loving Fathers and Mothers, Men and Women or Sons and Daughters have given their lives to […]

Riverfront Vandalism: A Shame

May 17, 2016

Approximately 2 weeks ago, I wrote an article for the Quad Cities Daily about the beauty of Riverfront Park, located in Sheffield, Alabama.  I spoke about the fresh paint, the tranquil setting, kids playing and just a truly relaxing place.  Everything was just “right” about the place. This past Friday, I was “laid out” with […]

Sheffield’s Riverfront Park and Your Health

May 10, 2016

  In October, 2015, I had a Stroke.  I was lucky in that it was a Mini-Stroke and I didn’t really suffer any long-term problems.  However, my Doctor advised me that I should start exercising.  What?  Me exercise?  I am 46 years old, and in good, well pretty good health.  Never happen.  At each of […]

Pro Wrestling: A Forgone Passion

April 21, 2016

Professional Wrestling… I have never seen an event where there is a wide arrangement of lifestyles. From the little old ladies sitting at Ringside to construction workers. From Blue Collar Workers to people sitting in VIP boxes watching it. Young or Old. Black, White, Asian, Hispanic, it doesn’t matter. Now, I am not talking about […]

A Dog…Man’s (and Women’s) Best Friend

April 14, 2016

We have always heard the saying that “Dogs are man’s best friend.”  Growing up I had a dog, but he stayed outside.  I played with him, loved him and he grew up with me.  I remember that he got so old, that the day my friend Chad and I took him to be put to […]

Merle Haggard: A Legend Lost

April 7, 2016

April 6, 2016. This date will be always remembered to the Country Music fans. We have lost another Country Music Legend. Merle Haggard passed away today at the age of 79. While I was not a big Haggard fan, I did enjoy his music. His music had a unique style and sound. Merle Haggard was […]

Meat Loaf…A Classic

April 5, 2016

First, let me start off telling you that I am not talking about your Grandmother’s meat loaf that she cooked each Sunday for the family.  I am talking about the 200 and something pounds, sweating, singing Meat Loaf.   His music has entertained the generations. Recently I went on a road trip and had borrowed The […]

What gun is best for me?

March 28, 2016

   You are walking to your car from work.  It’s dark and of course the street lamps are out.  As you get to your car, a male with a knife steps out into your path.  He tells you that “he wants your valuables as well as your soul.”  Startled, you start backing up until your […]

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