Memories of 2002
This shall be my last newsletter of 2020. What a year it has been. I’m grateful to have survived it mostly unscathed. While the coronavirus affected us all, many people I know had it. Most had minor symptoms, but some were terribly sick for days or weeks.
One person did not. His name was Martin. He was the one who did the soul reading I wrote about in my May 20, 2020 newsletter. I don’t believe in such things, but Martin was a good man who did his best to help people and was always respectful of my skeptical nature. He died earlier this month after a difficult battle with Covid-19.
As we come to an end of another year, I thought I would look back at some old pictures. Here are some of me in 2002, the first year I started using a digital camera.
Boating trip near Montreal. I still have that shirt.
This is me and Micheal Shackelford (note the spelling) who just happened to be a slot machine designer living in Las Vegas. I too design slot machines as a side business. What are the odds? Picture taken at the 2002 Global Gaming Expo (or was it still the World Gaming Expo then?). Sadly, he later died in a motorcycle accident. RIP.
Here I am at the entrance of the Yucca Mountain nuclear waste depository entrance.
Here I am with the Dahm Triplets, Playboy centerfold models, November 1998.
The Global Gaming Expo used to be such a great place to get pictures with Playboy models. This is Victoria Fuller, playmate of January 1996.