Our Bikes are NOT Free!
Back in 1975, Waylon Smith and his Outlaw Biker Gang were heading home to Tulsa after extorting over $1 MILLION in Monthly Payments from Missouri businesses. For some still unknown reason, Waylon turned his bike across the median on west bound Highway I-44, running head-on into on-coming semi-trucks. Everyone of his fifty comrades with their female companions, followed his lead committing suicide in a massive crash. Not one trucker was hurt, only fifty-one dead bikers which took many hours to clean up the mess.
When new outlaw bikers could be hired, Michael Smith an older brother took over the extortion business. Michael was well known throughout the entire mid-west area, beatings, murders for hire caused business owners to lose a lot of sleep. Michael won the title of North American Heavy Weight Arm-Wrestling CHAMPION, beating all challengers until the day he died at Springfield in a murder suicide.
With no more problems like we’ve had this week with the web-site, which is running over 500/hour visitors right now, we’ll get back to writing our new book in the Su-ZQ series.
First we’ll cover how Gus and Marcella Gore met and were chosen to be Shelby’s parents; and how Shelby developed into the young lady in our first book. Our story picks up with Willie and Shelby’s wedding shared by five couples of their closest friends.
What are the truths that explain ancient construction technologies that explain things like the concrete used to build the Roman Coliseum using NO REBAR yet able to stand solid for 2,000 years. If it wasn’t for the damage done by souvenir hunters, there would have been no deterioration to the original. This quality of concrete cannot be produced on planet Earth today.
We’ll be covering who actually built the so-called Egyptian Pyramids and Big Stone Kitty that were dedicated in the year 10,553 BC long before there was an Egypt. How was the building actually done? A Pharaoh’s adopted daughter told the whole story that was told to her by her adopted father. Many religious leaders do not want to admit to who this woman was, but she was given the task of protecting the “Ark of the Covenant” until her death. Later the ARK was brought to North America and now resides in a cave in the American southwest, somewhere in Arizona’s Grand Canyon. Documented by inscribed markings of the Navajo people for over 2,000 years.