A Note to hackers:|
Comments about disrupting paging systems. Sometimes I get on the soapboxthis is one of those times. These are my views on the "Bad Hackers."|
My favorite Spanish poem:|
CANCION DE OTOÑO EN PRIMAVERA by Rubén Darío|
Dare to be different:|
Dare to "think out of the box." This is really good! See what the so-called “experts” predicted.|
Fairfield, Illinois Homecoming:|
One of my two home towns: Fairfield, Illinois Homecoming Parade October 10, 2003.|
Fairfield, Illinois—Bluegrass music|
24 photos of the Bluegrass & Barbecue Fest—Saturday, June 18, 2005—around the Wayne County courthouse in Fairfield, Illinois.|
My favorite photographer, Jim Brickett, sends me copies of his work frequently. I picked out my favorite, and 100 runner-ups. If you enjoy beautiful scenery as much as I do, please click here. If you would like to use any of these photos commercially, please contact Jim Brickett directly by e-mail. email@example.com|
Here is a photo shoot trip to Smithfield, Virginia in September of 2003.|
New Apple Store in Richmond:|
I was standing in line at the new Apple Store in Richmond, Virginia the day of their grand opening to get my new G-5 Macintosh. See it all here.|
DYE AND HANKS FAMILIES
Dye and Hanks family tree information for family history researchers and genealogists:
of the Dye family in the new world:
Our first ancestor came to America in 1639 aboard the ship "De Brant van Troyen" or "Fire of Troy" from Holstein, Denmark — now a part of Germany. He paid for his passage by working for a Mr. Jonas Bronck, clearing land near New Amsterdam, which is now known as the Bronx in NYC.
On June 13, 2015 I attended my aunt Gen Dye's 100th birthday party at an assisted-living home in St. Louis, Missouri.
Here are some photos from the birthday party, and some brief obituaries of my grandparents Fred and Clara Dye that I found in a family bible that someone brought to the party. The bible had belonged to my great-grandfather Thomas H. Dye. —click here—
Brad Dye meets his favorite recording artist, Rhonda Vincent — The Queen of Bluegrass Music.
At the Ernest Tubb Record Shop and Museum in Nashville, Tennessee.
After the Midnight Jamboree — about 2:00 AM. May 28, 2006.
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