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    1953 – 1955 Fremont, Work and a Woman — Part 1

    In the last Chapter I talked about my mom and Tony breaking up for the last time. But before we say good bye to him here’s one last note about Tony, my step dad. The last time I saw Tony was late 53 or early 54 when he showed up drunk on his ass.  I think it was shortly after the last break up he and my mom had.  He came into the house, picked up the coffee table with one hand and hit each of the four the legs, breaking them off.  He tore the refrigerator door off the fridge and then he put...

    1953 – 1955 Fremont, Work and a Woman — Part 2

    During all these months, from the day I started work as a produce man I never missed a day of school.  Onetime I went directly to school after a night out, still dressed in my uncle’s suit, with no sleep and barely making it. I only did that once, but once was enough. Even though I thought the kids in school were kids, I still wanted to be accepted by them and there were rumors that I was a drug addict because of my love for jazz and that morning I showed up half in the bag. I was taking a college...

    The Enemy Within

    Editor’s Note: The Enemy Within here is not to be confused with the book of the same name by an author in Australia. This is from my book “A Charter of Negative Liberties, Defining the Bill of Rights and Other Commentary.” It is the first Commentary in that section of the book If you have visited the world socialist website, you now know there is no conspiracy involved with the One World Environmental Socialist movement. For it to be a conspiracy, it would have to be done in secret. But...

    Letter To Editor – From Joe – July 26 2016

    Editor, I will vote for Trump, but only because I would vote for my naval lint before I would vote for Hillary, and then I will head home to take another shower.  I do not consider Trump qualified to be President, but neither do I consider Hillary to be qualified.  I am in favor of shrinking the size of the federal government, and see no indication that Trump shares this goal.  He just seems to think that he can make this unworkable behemoth work better.  He has never mentioned the Constitution...

    Tennis and My Life

      My uncle Pancho was the first tennis player in our family. He had loved tennis as a kid and after he was discharged from the Air Force he played a center court match in the quarter finals in the Pacific Coast Championship played at the Los Angeles Tennis Club. He had decided he would decide to keep on playing as a career or not with how he did. Losing in the Quarters made him decide to go to work for a living, but he played tennis most of his entire life. Around age 10 my uncle Pancho started...

    1987 – Korea, The Dinner, You Can’t Make This Up.

    Before I continue with my search for a manufacturing resource I must tell you of one time I went to South Korea.  As I mentioned before I went many times, more than five or six times in two years.  My story is about my first business trip.  What a trip. By the time I made my first trip to Seoul, the Samsung rep had visited me a couple of times.  He could speak enough English to easily communicate and we had established a good relationship.  When I went, he advised me to fly first class because...

    1984 – MDE and Policy

    Editor’s Comment: Back in 1984 I started my second consulting firm in my life. This is a snippet and I will fill in more later. 1984 I opened an office in Torrance CA because I didn’t want to work out of my home as I did with Production Data Systems in the late 60’s. Using an extra bedroom as an office proved to lead towards more distraction than work. I also hired my secretary from the Hughes Tool Company days, Barbara. She had been working as an office manager for the past fifteen or...

    1942 – 49 The Early Formative Years Part One

    C. H. Diaz At age nine I started working at the El Indio tortilla factory on Broadway and 92nd Street in Los Angeles. I worked every weekday morning from 6:00 AM until about 8:30 AM just before school. My grandmother got me the job because she shopped there and knew Oscar the owner. My job was to stack the tortillas in one dozen stacks as they came off the corn tortilla making machine.  As I would pick the steaming tortilla off the little conveyor belt it was really easy to puncture the tortilla...

    1937 – 1946 WWII and A Broken Home is Not That Bad

    There are just a few things I remember back as far as when I was four years old. First, I remember listening to President Roosevelt announcing the attack on Pearl Harbor.  It was December 8th when he spoke on the radio and I can remember it as though it was yesterday. I was with my mom, my aunt Helen and grandma.  They were all upset and I was confused as to why.  But I do remember his voice and to this day when I see a video clip of him announcing the attack I can close my eyes and see us all...

    1923 – 1937 The Beginning of An American Mexican Family

    According to what my mom told me, my American family started when they came to the United States from Mexico around 1923.  They came as legal immigrants and worked picking mostly peaches somewhere outside of Los Angeles.  The family consisted of my Grandfather, (who I never met), my grandmother Concha, Uncles Pancho and Danny, my aunt Beatrice and of course my mom Elisa. I don’t know if they went back and forth to Mexico but my mother Elisa did attend Manchester Avenue Elementary School which...

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