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Thank you Kiwanis of Tobaccoland

I want to thank the Kiwanis Club of Tobaccoland (Durham, NC) for having me as their guest speaker last week. It was a fun time.

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Thank you to the DADS group

Thank you to the Dads Appreciating Down Syndrome group for having me as their guest speaker last Friday. It was great connecting with other parents of special needs kids. It was also nice to find out that I am not the only person who noticed that a year of cable TV service now costs about as much as a sport utility vehicle.

Thank you to Apex Kiwanis

I want to thank the Kiwanis Club of Apex for having me as their guest speaker yesterday. It was a fun time and it was great to learn the various ways that I could eat disturbing quantities of food at Disney World.

Thank you to the Morrisville Rotary Club

I would like to thank the Rotary Club of Morrisville for having me as their guest speaker today. The people were nice, the setting was beautiful, and they had a buffet the size of an Amtrak passenger car. By the time you made it from the salad section to the dessert table you had crossed into a different county.

Baseball Presentation

Here is the presentation I made at Raleigh’s PechaKucha Night.

Thank you to the Apex Rotary

I would like to thank the Apex Rotary for having me and my wife as their guests last Thursday. I appreciate them letting me speak at one of their meetings and for not suggesting that my wife could have done better. Although it’s possible that a number of people were thinking that.

Thank you to the Southwest Durham Rotary

I would like to thank the Southwest Durham Rotary for having me as a guest speaker yesterday. I also appreciate that Phil read my bio without even checking to see if any of it was true. Next time I will add some lines about my award-winning work in the field of cold fusion and how many people in South America refer to me by a term that roughly translates to mean “almost too good looking”.

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