Of course I remember you. One doesn't forget a better pool player so easily. But more importantly it is your inquiring and curious mind that I shall never forget. Your mind is open. You will learn much. Many will present their version of the truth to you but I could tell from our brief conversation that you have an advanced ability to scrutinize for yourself what you should keep and what you should throw away. You, as it was with my own life will reach a point when you discover that no matter how much you search you will return with an emptiness that can never be satisfied on this side of death. Accept that and rise ever higher. Reject it and you will suffer bewilderment. Empty your ego, for it is not the real you. The real you lies much deeper within yourself and will never end.
willian oÂ´sullivan said:February 8, 2013 2:23 am PST
hi, remember me, play a few games of pool online and found it very interesting what you told me, I want you to answer me the other day to talk if u want.
Scott Grant said:January 27, 2013 1:20 am PST
Dear Mr. Keeton,
First, please let me thank and congratulate you for your service to our nation. There is no more honorable career than the one that involves sacrifice above and beyond one's self. Jim Dale, or "Harry The Horse", is a fine patriot whom I consider a high honor to know and to call a personal friend.
I enjoyed all of Ludlum's books. He more than any other writer I can think of, except of course Tom Clancy, had my adrenalin flowing out of control on every single page. If my books have a small fraction of the action-thriller element that those two gentlemen produced I would be speechless and humble as well. If you get an opportunity to read my books and would like to discuss them, we live in the same city. You can always message me here.
AWC (AC) G. Dave Keeton, USN Ret. said:January 14, 2013 12:01 am PST
Just read an old Harry the Horse newsletter about UR books. I will check out getting some. Currently, retired in Angeles City, P.I.
Right now I am reading Robert Ludlum's "The Bourne Supremacy.
Scott Grant said:December 16, 2012 1:20 am PST
Thanks for the kind words Matt. I enjoyed playing pool with you. You are a true gentleman. Let me know if you ever get to the Philippines. I'd be pleased to sign some books for you and show you around.
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