Neal Pollard Today I took a picture of a famous pile of dirt. It was the "launch site" for an infamous jump made by an infamous figure of the '60s, '70's, and '80s. On September 8, 1974, almost 40 years ago, Evel Knievel used a rocket-powered cycle known as the Skycycle X-2 to jump the … Continue reading Evel Knievel At Snake River Canyon
Neal Pollard As one who was born in Mississippi and raised in south Georgia, I am very proud of my southern roots. Frankly, I could not hide them even if I was inclined. It is a heritage that includes the Bible Belt, sweet tea, BBQ, lemon icebox pie, peanut butter, gnats, humidity, pecan trees, Georgia … Continue reading Unprepared For The Conditions
Neal Pollard CBS News reports on 19-year-old Chris Strickland, a very ordinary young man who seems unaware of how heroic his split-second action was. In his first job, Chris, working at a Home Depot in Anchorage, Alaska, happened to turn around and face a shopping cart at the moment an unattended baby fell out of … Continue reading Is Your Life “Award Winning”?