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The dog slowly grew more irritated about life, because of his new dentures. I had warned him about licking himself, too much in certain areas. He seemed to get that idea. Now Maddog, like all old dogs had a few fleas that he wanted to scratch occasionally. And periodically Dogs will bite at the worst infestation sites. All that nipping and biting at his pests was a bad thing for him to do. He accidentally nipped himself enough to bleed a bit. When he smelled and tasted the blood, it drove him on. His new denture replacements, with the automatic, double action, spring-loaded jaws, with nylon bearings, got to moving too fast. He had accidentally turned into a biting machine, and that scared him. He got just too damn panicky, to have enough control of the problem. So as the mishap progressed he lost all control. I am not sure how he did it but he bit his own head off, and yet the biting machine kept on going and going and going.
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William Ardrey was born on a Ranch in rural S.E. Oklahoma. He survived two strong Tornadoes, where the entire houses, were blown-down flat. After moving to Texas, the education began. Working in the family Business set the pace for hard work. The next job was at a Egg producing farm. Next was a job as a Printing Press Operator. Moving on to, working as Machinist- Gear Cutter, in the mid 1960’s. Going to work at a defense plant, he worked as a Machinist manufacturing Oil Field Equipment, as well as Military Ordnance. He later owned a Tow-Truck Company. When wanderlust took hold, he traveled to the Arizona area, and on to the California -Oregon coast. Afterwards Back to Texas, in time for a funeral. The next employment was as an Auto-mechanic–Specializing in Radiator-Battery-Air conditioning. More diversity was in order in the form of Tree Trimming Landscaping. The Machinist Traded called again -Automatic Screw Machine operator for two companies. Also at that time, he upgraded his skills to Class A Machinist Tool-Maker, for several years. Studying at night and weekends, he was able to learn the Locksmith Trade, and formed his own Locksmith Sales and Service Company. By now when anyone asked about his work experience some surmised; “Oh Jack of all Trades Master of none”? The truthful Answer was “Well it don’t take some people 40 years to learn something–And when you have earned the Class A Title, that pretty much puts you in the Master Class”
After studying Books and the internet He went on to Manufacture Wind Generators. After a few years, he moved on again. Then it was Back to the Desert Southwest, where the prospecting bug was calling. Making Prospecting tools was fun but not profitable. Slowing down some, he had time to Start Writing and Self Publishing Books. A lot of this experience was self-taught but not all. To those that helped him along the way,
Mr. Ardrey says thanks to each and everyone.
“Life is an adventure, or it is dull”