This is hard to write, as my sister still is alive. There are only two of us, the siblings of two honorable parents, flawed as all of us are, who did the best they could and were supportive all the way. My sister is three years younger than I. She lost her husband, her true…Read more
About: JK James George
J. K. (Jim) George writer and student of the world has been an avid amateur radio enthusiast, with special love for Morse code and radiosporting, since his teenage years, over fifty years ago. He started his hobby listening to short-wave broadcasts and long-distance AM radio stations. He is a graduate of Virginia Tech, where he was president of the VT Amateur Radio Club and was inducted into the Virginia Tech Academy of Engineering after serving as Chair of the Advisory Boards for both Electrical and Computer Engineering, as well as the College of Engineering.
Recent Posts by JK James George
The capitalized word "Gods" is proper since it's in the title, but don't get too perturbed. I will use "gods" as a tip of the hat to the undefinable taste of a really good little morsel. The "!" figure in the title is a shameless come-on to entice you, dear reader. Now that you are…Read more
So what - a new blog; what 's the big deal? Probably not much to many of the one-thousand or so hardy souls who still receive these emails. Of course the roughly five-hundred who previously have unsubscribed due to differences of opinion on the course of the direction of the country, or probably were just…Read more
Please check out my review and comments on the latest book on Texas, which uses the Alamo as the basis of a broader look at how Texas came to be and how in many ways it remains. J.K. George’s review of Forget the Alamo: The True Story of the Myth That Made Texas | Goodreads…Read more