On this page I'll include a list of links to other web sites
that I enjoy. I may also include an explanation of what I like about the site.
For example, here's a link to a site
that I look at every day:
Here are some links to some of my former employers:
T.R. Miller High School
Here are some more links that interest me (click
on the description and it will take you to the site):
Read the Bible in One Year
First Presbyterian Church of Atlanta
Commander Valient Thor. Music, insight, and even an autographed picture of Rudi Bakhtiar. What could be better than that?
Click here to check out Neal Boortz's interesting website.
Check out those whacky URBAN LEGENDS at snopes.com. This is great to send to people that bog you down with emails about the
latest scary story concerning gangs that kill you if you turn on your brights in your car, etc.
Like it or not, Matt Drudge is frequently correct. Check out his site at drudgereport.com.
Never pay retail for BOOKS, CDs, VIDEOS, or DVDs again. half.com
All Your Base Are Belong to Us
Brain Games at thinks.com
Walter Anderson Museum (Mississippi Painter and Poet)
Detroityes This site covers the ruins of several Victorian areas of Detroit, along with many other historic areas of this
city. It also covers the urban renewal that is occuring there and the crooked political history leading up to it. I've surfed
this site for a long, long time. I especially like the Detroit Boat Club section and the various old home sections (the Brush
Park section has been greatly reduced, just as the old mansions there have been)
BuiltSt.Louis is a cool site that has photos and explanations of many beautiful, old neighborhoods that are literally falling
down like ancient ruins. I'm a weirdo and I like looking at these things and imagining what it COULD be like and what it WAS
like. The coolest tours are on the left side of this page. Check out the
Great pictures of Victorian houses in IL
St. Joseph Preservation, Inc. Check out the beautiful and relatively inexpensive homes for sale in THE EMPORIUM ONLINE section.
You absolutely wouldn't believe some of the houses that have sold off of this site in the last year. One renovated all brick
Victorian mansion had six bedrooms, 11 fire places, six original stained glass windows, and it sold for under $180,000. Another
one sold for under $120,000 and it was well over 3,000 renovated square feet.
The restoration of 4200 E. Cook Avenue in St. Louis, MO. Follow the step by step restoration of this large Victorian home.
Want to buy a cruise ship? How about a nice fishing boat or sailboat? They sell ships and boats on YachtSmart.net.
Many more to come.