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"If you didn't care
for Hunter S. Thompson, Bill Hicks, Edward Abbey or Henry C. Bukowski,
you'd hate Bob Miller. Guaranteed!
Alacrán, The Honey Badger was like climbing on the back of an angry
bull. It was rough, tough, combative and sardonic." Nancy
Review: "Let me start by declaring that this is the kind of book that I would read
the summary of and then find out approximately what it is about and put
it down in search of another one, simply because I would prefer to read
something else. This style is not usually my cup of tea. For the case of
this particular book, I was hired to proofread the document with a
certain amount of time and make a deadline; and through a
misunderstanding, I got fired and replaced.
"However, when this happened I was already half way through the book, so I offered
the author my feedback anyway, since I planned to finish reading it. I
wasn’t going to put it down now, I was far too attached. I wasn’t that
disappointed I was not going to get paid for the proofreading I had
already covered, I was glad to be reading a good book again.
story is capturing and engaging; and that is saying something since the
Honey Badger is a character that isn’t exactly all honey. Alacrán is
harsh, sees a wound and put salt on it and then presses it with his nail
to make it worse. He knows where and how to hit. Maybe that’s why we
meet him during an interview, alongside the interviewer and therefore
can let him take the first verbal punches, until we get used to him.
Bob Miller Writes. A website of short stories, articles, and eBooks with
the power to piss-off both the advocates and the opponents. The
apprentice world would be a simple one, a Brigadoon no less. That is if
it were not for two bad apples. One: The sociopath. Two: The apathetic
fool who lives a lie from sunrise to sunrise. Most Americans are the fence sitters.
They don't know what they believe. They
just know they're proud to live in a democracy that is in actuality a
poorly managed republic. The thing they like best about the government of
the United States is that it's a government of the people, by the people, for the
people with the unalienable rights to disavow any knowledge of acts of
barbarism and to take no responsibility for the torturing and murdering of
millions for profit and/or revenge.
Americans are a lot like lions that go after and kill hyenas, and you
can save the speech about lions only killing hyenas to protect their
territory. Lions, like Americans, don’t give a damn whose territory the
hyenas are in, they’ll kill them absent of hunger and leave the bodies
lie where they fall. I know because I been there and done that. I'm Bob
Notice: If you are a self-published author, here's the best tip you'll
ever get. Go see David.
At least the attorneys got
the name of their system right when they called it the Criminal Justice
System, because it damn sure isn’t the Victim Justice System." Bob
In 1958 Bob Miller joined the U.S. Air Force
and served in the Strategic Air Command in a crash rescue unit (SAC).
Ten years later he was in a U.S. Army uniform and served with the 192nd
Assault Helicopter Company serving in Vietnam (Phan Thiet LZ Betty).
Miller's aircraft was shot down twice and he was awarded the
Distinguished Flying Cross
and the Air Medal (29 clusters). Miller is from Florence, Alabama and
has authored seven books.
Bob Miller - America's most
controversial writers (Google).