Neal Pollard Today marks the 75th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor, the event which drew our country into World War II. 2,343 men were killed, 1,143 were wounded, and 960 unaccounted for or missing. The Japanese chose Sunday to attack as it was the most relaxed day of the week for the servicemen. … Continue reading Tora! Tora! Tora!
Neal Pollard 1979 was the year I discovered sports, developing a fledgling interest in my home state's greatest football team, the Georgia Bulldogs, watching Dale Murphy and Bob Horner, young stars on a woeful Atlanta Braves team, learning names like Steve Bartkowski, William Andrews, and Greg Brazina. I started collecting baseball, football, and basketball … Continue reading I REMEMBER CALE VERSUS DONNIE
Neal Pollard Some names ring not just with familiarity, but downright notoriety. Walenda is a name synonymous with daring, high wire acts. Falcone is associated with mobsters and organized crime. The Hearst family has long been connected with newspaper publication, Forbes with finance and fortune, Morgan with banking, and Bronte with literature. Hilton and Kardashian? … Continue reading What Is Your Name Associated With?