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Spy Verses Spy
Who doesn't remember the infamous "spy verses spy" series in the old "Mad" Magazine? My special guest this afternoon (Thursday) at 4:35 is bestselling thriller writer Ted Bell. The title of Ted Bell's hardback (which went on sale Tuesday of this week) is…
Last night at the Heritage
It's springtime here in the Rockies and it was also "Spring in St. Louis" last evening (Tuesday) at the Heritage Center as we finished chapter 42, "Spring in St. Louis" in Lenore McKelvey Puhek's (her last name rhymes with Buick but the last I heard, she was using an old red wago…
The END of full employment
The jobs crisis is permanent! That's what James B. Huntington says and he's a PH.D. and former business professor, teacher, and professional speaker. Dr. Huntington will be my special guest this afternoon (Friday) at 4:35 talking about his new book, "Work's New Age-The END of…
Last night at the Heritage
I was at the Marias Heritage Center last evening (Tuesday) reading "Montana History" with a group of Heritage Center residents in the comfortable sun room. We are about three quarters through "Forever Friends-The journey of two families from Civil War Virginia to Montana T…
Who’ll stop the rain
We're going back to Viet Nam tomorrow (Tuesday) afternoon on the Puffman Show. I'm going to be talking with Marc Phillip Yablonka at 4:35PM. Marc has written a mind numbing book entitled "Distant War-Recollections of Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia...
Aprons in Action
Great Falls' Children's Receiving Home is competing for $250,000 from the Home Depot Foundation in their Facebook Contest Finale. The Electric City home is the April 2011 winner of $25,000 from The Home Depot in The Home Depot Foundation's year-long Facebook voting program...
There’s a lot that goes on at the Heritage Center
Usually on Tuesdays or Wednesdays, I blog about my reading Montana History every Tuesday night at the Marias Heritage Center. True to form, I'll be there this evening (Tuesday) at six to continue reading "Forever Friends-The journey of two families from Civil War Virginia to Montana Te…
The late Marvin Gaye was right
There's a great deal of truth in Marvin Gaye's blast-from-the-past, "I'll Be Doggone". Marvin is actually the one who's gone and next month, some money from your billfold will also be gone if you don't have your dog vaccinated and licensed by next Wednesday…
Last night at the Heritage
I was up at the Marias Heritage Center last night (Tuesday) reading "Montana History" with our Tuesday night regulars. We've already finished 29 chapters in "Forever Friends-The journey of two families from Civil War Virginia to Montana Territory 1860-1868"..…
He’s so gabby, he must be the cabby
eter Franklin, the wacky hacky, the gab man, the driver of the yellow mobile convenience lounge, will be joining me later on this afternoon (Tuesday) on the Puffman Show. Pete's been driving his cab in the streets...or should I say, on the streets of New York City almost as long as I've be…
A lot of oil in our soil
Several months back, one of the infamous Forbes brothers was a guest on a news program. The host of the program asked Mr. Forbes, "how much oil does the U.S. have in the ground". Forbes' answer blew me away. He said, "more than all the Middle East put together...

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