The Farsider

Sept. 22, 2016

Bill Mattos, Editor and Publisher <>
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Born June 20, 1947
Joined Aug. 13, 1971
Retired Oct. 29, 2007
Died Sept. 15, 2016

Ray passed away following a lengthy battle with cancer (leukemia). The following was posted on Ray’s Facebook page by his wife Grace, who gave us the OK to include it in the Farsider...

Dear family and friends,

I have truly been blessed with all the prayers, love and support you have shared and given us over the last few days.

On behalf of myself and the entire family, we invite you to celebrate the life of my husband, Ray Martinez.

Services for Ray are as follows:

Thursday, October 13, 2016
7:00 - 8:30 p.m.
Cathedral of Faith – Chapel
2315 Canoas Garden Ave., San Jose

Friday, October 14, 2016
10 - 11 a.m. (burial to follow)
Oak Hill Memorial Park
300 Curtner Ave., San Jose

Please continue to keep us in your prayers as we make final arrangements for this special day.


Sept. 21st


Below is a message from the SJPOA to all retired SJPOA members.

Mike Alford, President
Assoc. of Retired San Jose Police Officers & Firefighters

Dear Retired SJPOA Members,
In the past, when a retired member's deduction (life insurance premium, donation, etc.) changed, the SJPOA kept the written authorization in the member's file and sent the new deduction amount to the Office of Retirement Services ("ORS").  The Fiduciary Counsel advised the ORS that they should not be allowing deductions from pension checks without written authorization from the retiree. So, upon the recommendation of the Fiduciary Counsel, the ORS will be sending out an authorization to all retirees/survivors with a POA deduction and have them indicate if they want to continue their deductions. These letters are scheduled to be mailed on September 23, 2016 and the authorization form needs to be returned by November 1, 2016. For any retiree who does not turn in the form by that date, ORS will be terminating their deductions for the POA effective November 30, 2016.  If a retiree submits a form at any time after the shut off date ORS will reinstate their deductions.
So, please watch for the letter from ORS and return the authorization to them as soon as possible.

San Jose Police Officers' Association


The following article is from the California Rifle & Pistol Association (CRPA). Click HERE to access the website.

San Jose City Council to Consider Anti-Gun Ordinance

September 20, 2016 By CRPA

In the coming weeks, the San Jose City Council is expected to consider an anti-gun ordinance that would: (1) require all firearms to be stored in a locked-container or disabled with a trigger lock; (2) require gun owners to report the loss or theft of a firearm within 48 hours; and, (3) require ammunition vendors to keep records of ammunition sales data in the form of an electronic log.

Even with California Governor Jerry Brown signing several new anti-gun bills into law this year, and a pending California ballot initiative that will cripple the rights of law-abiding gun owners, anti-gun forces will not rest until the Second Amendment is nothing more than a hollow guarantee in California. As we have seen recently in Palm Springs, these proposals are nothing more than that which was rejected at the state level due to their serious constitutional concerns, questions of enforceability, and general detrimental effect on public safety. What’s more, they only serve to create an environment in which gun owners cannot cooperate with police without risking prosecution, resulting in the exact opposite their intended effect.

For instance, requiring the locked-storage of all firearms fails to consider the particular needs and circumstances of law-abiding individuals who are unable to quickly access their firearms for the purpose of immediate self-defense. And the enforceability of this requirement is severely limited by the Fourth Amendment right from unwarranted searches and seizures. Police are prohibited from inspecting a house or a vehicle unless and until there is probable cause that a violation has occurred. Without any probable cause that would permit the police to search, the proposed locked-storage mandates cannot legally be enforced.

The mandatory loss/theft reporting requirement is likewise difficult, if not impossible, to enforce due to the Fifth Amendment’s protection against self-incrimination. As Chuck Michel, legal counsel for both the NRA and CRPA, discussed in his editorial regarding the problems posed by a similar mandatory reporting law being considered in Palm Springs, if enacted, these proposals only result in non-cooperation between law enforcement and law-abiding citizens due to their potential civil and criminal penalties, which force gun owners to invoke their rights and refuse to speak to police. For these and similar reasons, every similar proposed piece of state legislation has been vetoed by both Governor Jerry Brown and former Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger.

Clearly, such proposals only threaten the Second Amendment rights of law-abiding citizens and force them to know and be ready to exercise their Fourth and Fifth Amendment rights when interacting with law enforcement. To better assist law-abiding gun owners who reside in or travel through jurisdictions with similar restrictions, the NRA and CRPA has published a Know Your Rights Guide to provide the knowledge necessary to avoid prosecution under feel-good laws like the one San Jose intends to consider.

It is unclear exactly when the San Jose City Council will take up the proposal for discussion, so stay tuned. In the meantime, we encourage all of our members to contact the City directly to express your opposition. You can contact the City Council by mail at:

San Jose City Council
200 E. Santa Clara Street
San Jose, CA 95113

You can also directly contact the two City Councilmembers who have sought to introduce the ordinance to respectfully ask them to reconsider their position. They can be reached by email and phone at:

Ash Kalra, District 2
Phone: (408) 535-4902

Raul Peralez, District 3
Phone: (408) 535-4903

For a summary of some of the many actions the NRA and CRPA has taken on behalf of California gun owners, including the Peruta case, click HERE.


Sept. 13th

Hi Bill,

The wife and I are in Kona and I just saw this new video by Ken Block that includes his usual silliness. In other words, you should like it. I hope life is good there. Take care.

Les (Nunes)

Like it? I love it! I developed a fondness for gymkhana events when I was in my late teens and used to watch Triumphs, Austin Healeys, MGs and other sports cars of the day whizz around pylons in the parking lots at Town and Country Village, the Ford Motor Plant in Milpitas and other South Bay venues. But Ken Block takes that skill to the extreme in his 600 HP 2016 Ford Focus RS RX. Readers who would like to experience an adrenaline rush can ride along with Ken in this video by clicking HERE. (8:10)

I thought that video was his best, but then I remembered THIS footage where he tore up the streets of L.A. in his custom ’65 Ford Mustang pumping out 845 horses. If you choose to watch it, try counting the number of LAPD patrol units you see lining the streets. I spotted 31 in different locations. Click HERE if you are game. (12:08)

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Sept. 19th

Hello Bill,

Here in Mt Shasta there is a big rock outcropping visible from N/B interstate 5. It is often painted by people in the community to convey a messages such as happy birthday, happy anniversary, etc. Shortly after the murder of 5 Dallas police officers, this message appeared on the rock for all to see. Every time I drive by, it makes me proud to have been a San Jose Police Officer.

Dave Jenkins #1930 Mt. Shasta, CA

Nice pics, Dave. Thanks for sending them in.

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Sept. 20th


I just returned from a very exasperating experience when I tried to do my annual qualification. First of all I tried to call the Range last week but had to drive to the PD because trying to call was an exercise in frustration. You should call the Range and get their message. It starts out by giving information that pertained to Range activities occurring last May and goes on from there and gives no info regarding when the Range would be open. As it happened, the Range was closed for the week. Today (Tuesday 9/20), I went down to the Permits Unit, filled out the paperwork, had my photo taken and was then told that they were not sure if the Range  was open or not, but that I should go down and check. Got to the Range and posted on the door was a notice that there will be no retiree qualifications until after the 14th of October. I'm sure happy as hell that I live in San Jose and didn't drive a great distance to find out that the Range is currently closed to retirees. Why isn't there a reliable way for retirees to find this out in advance. It is frustrating as hell to have to work within a system that obviously needs a major overhaul. I don't mean to sound overly critical, but there is a lot of room for improvement. Better get it into the Farsider about the closure for retirees until October 14. There I've said it! See ya at tomorrow’s PBA meeting.

(Morton) <>

I don’t have an answer to this problem, Bruce, but perhaps one of our 930 subscribers who still has some influence at 201 W. Mission will step up and make a call that will resolve the issue. Any volunteers?

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Sept. 20th

Hi Bill,

I got talked into heading up another concert to raise funds for an orphanage in the Lake Chapalla area of Mexico, forty minutes west of Guadalajara. The orphanage is operated by 3 Catholic Sisters (for no pay) from an order in New Mexico with the help of Fr. Basil Royston (paid $1 per year), a past assistant pastor of our church in Saratoga, Sacred Heart. Anyone interested can read all about Villa Infantil at

As you can see on the attached flyer, Saratoga Rotary is presenting the world famous VIENNA BOYS CHOIR on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2016 at the Campbell Heritage Threatre. Not only will attendees be treated to a beautiful evening of music from the most famous children's choir in the world, they can feel good about the fact that about 50 percent of the ticket price will go to provide a home, put food on the table and clothe 40 abandoned, abused and orphaned children. Unlike in the United States, orphanages in Mexico receive no financial support from the government. The Villa relies totally on the generosity of others.

Thank you for anything you can do to promote the concert.

(Hodgin) <>
Saratoga Rotary, Cell: 408-832-8579


Despite difficult odds, the eight guys pictured below amazed the large crowd that was in attendance at last night’s monthly PBA meeting by making it through another difficult year that enabled them to celebrate a Sept. birthday. Way to hang in there, Birthday Boys…

(L-R) Don Tietgens; Dave Hendrickson; Joe Wicker; Mike Sterner; Dennis Dolezal; Doug Bergtholdt; Aubrey “Bird” Parrott; and Bruce Morton.



A Texas couple was treated for major injuries at a local
hospital after their Smart Car hit an armadillo on Highway
28. The armadillo refused treatment and left the scene.



A Polish immigrant goes to the Department of Motor Vehicles to apply for a driver's license and is told he has to take an eye test. The examiner shows him a card with the letters:

 C Z J W I X N O S T A C Z

"Can you read this?" the examiner asks.

"Read it?" the Polish guy replies. "I know the guy!"

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Every day there are news reports about more deaths.

Every night on TV there are photos of death and destruction.

The land was occupied when it was taken by force, but it is currently causing nothing but trouble.

Many children go there and never come back.

Their government is unstable, and they have sloppy leadership.

Many of the people are uncivilized.

The place is subject to natural disasters and guess who is obligated to bail it out?

There are more than 1,000 religious sects, few of which we understand.

Their political beliefs, culture, foods and fads are unfathomable to ordinary Americans.

The border can’t be secured.

They are billions of dollars in debt and it will cost billions more to rebuild that no one can afford.

It is becoming very clear. Sooner or later we must pull out of California.

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The Secret Diaries of our Pets

The Dog's Diary:

 7 a.m. - Oh boy! A walk! My favorite!

 8 a.m. - Oh boy! Dog food! My favorite!

 9 a.m. - Oh boy! The kids! My favorite!

 Noon - Oh boy! The yard! My favorite!

 2 p.m. - Oh boy! A car ride! My favorite!

 3 p.m. - Oh boy! The kids! My favorite!

 4 p.m. - Oh boy! Playing ball! My favorite!

 6 p.m. - Oh boy! Welcome home Mom! My favorite!

 7 p.m. - Oh boy! Welcome home Dad! My favorite!

 8 p.m. - Oh boy! Dog food! My favorite!

 9 p.m. - Oh boy! Tummy rubs on the couch! My favorite!

 11 p.m. - Oh boy! Sleeping in my people's bed! My favorite!

The Cat's Diary:

Day 183 of my captivity: My captors continued to taunt me with bizarre little dangling objects. They dine lavishly on fresh meat while I am forced to eat dry cereal.

The only thing that keeps me going is the hope of escape, and the mild satisfaction I get from clawing the furniture. Tomorrow I may eat another house plant.

Today my attempt to kill my captors by weaving around their feet while they were walking almost succeeded. Must try this at the top of the stairs.

In an attempt to disgust and repulse these vile oppressors, I once again induced myself to vomit on their favorite chair. Must try this on their bed. Even better, pillows!

Decapitated a mouse and brought them the headless body in an attempt to make them aware of what I am capable of, and to try to strike fear in their hearts. They only cooed and condescended about what a good little cat I was. Hmmm, not working according to plan.

There was some sort of a gathering of their accomplices. I was placed in solitary throughout the event. However, I could hear the noise and smell the food. More importantly, I overheard that my confinement was due to my powers of inducing "allergies." Must learn what this is and how to use it to my advantage.

I am convinced the other captives are flunkies and maybe snitches. The dog is routinely released and seems more than happy to return. He is obviously a half-wit.

The bird, on the other hand, has got to be an informant because it speaks with them regularly. I am certain he reports my every move. Due to his current placement in the metal room, his safety is assured.

But I can wait. It's only a matter of time.




Sept. 14 — 19

Sept. 14: Donald Trump taped an appearance on “Dr. Oz” today to discuss his health and his diet, and reportedly told Dr. Oz that he likes fast food because, “At least you know what they’re putting in it.” Then workers at Taco Bell and Arby’s said, “You keep telling yourself that.”

Donald Trump’s childhood home in Queens is going up for auction next month. Apparently, the house has five bedrooms, or as Trump calls it, “20 walls.”

The upcoming movie about President Barack Obama’s college years reportedly shows a young Obama shirtless, smoking cigarettes and smoking weed. Or as the president calls him: 2017 Obama.

Wal-Mart is working on a self-driving shopping cart that would return itself to the store after you’re done using it. Though the minute that Wal-Mart shopping cart becomes self-aware, it’s going to drive itself to Target and never look back.

Sept. 15: We have Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump on the show tonight, which means security is very tight. On their way in, everyone in the audience had to put their keys into a tray and their deplorables into a basket.

It’s been a busy week for Trump. Earlier today, he appeared on “Dr. Oz” and said that he wants to lose about 15 pounds. And his barber said, “Hey, come by any time you like!”

Everybody’s talking about these leaked emails from former Secretary of State Colin Powell. In one, he actually called Dick Cheney an idiot. Cheney was very hurt. In fact, he said the comments broke his latest heart.

Hillary Clinton is featured in the upcoming issue of Women’s Health magazine. While next month she’ll be featured in “Bad Timing” magazine.

A new study finds that if you’re drunk around sober people, you’ll think you’re less drunk than if you’re around other drunk people. And if you’re drunk around sober people, chances are you’ve got a problem.

Sept. 19: Hillary Clinton is here and today is my birthday! Later we're going to bring out a cake and let Hillary cough out the candles.

They just announced that during the second presidential debate the moderators will be picking questions based off of what's trending on Facebook. Which will explain their opening question, "Is Blac Chyna too good for Rob?"

Last week Trump revealed his child care proposals, including a plan to guarantee six weeks of paid maternity leave. Mothers will get six weeks off, as long as their babies can produce their long-form birth certificates.

Other slogans: "Samsung: This message will self-destruct in five seconds." That kind of makes you feel like James Bond, or "Mission Impossible." Finally, we have: "Samsung: The hover board of cellphones."

Edward Snowden said this week that the public would be worse off if he hadn't revealed that the NSA was tracking people's phone conversations. While the public tried to remember the last time they actually had a phone conversation. 2003, maybe?

Sept. 14: A new poll shows that Donald Trump is now leading in Nevada. Which actually makes sense, since 50 percent of Nevada voters are also failed casino owners.

Kid Rock has condemned NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick for his protest. Man, I hope this doesn’t alienate Kid Rock’s African-American fan base.

Yesterday, California banned the breeding of killer whales in captivity. Good news for orcas, bad news for the orca porn industry.

A study just came out that said men who grow up with older brothers are more likely to be gay. I must say, as someone with two older brothers, I don’t think that’s true and neither does my lover, Barry.

In newly leaked emails, former Secretary of State Colin Powell calls Hillary Clinton “greedy,” and Donald Trump “a disgrace,” and Dick Cheney an “idiot.” In response, Americans everywhere said, “Hey, three for three.”

In the leaked emails from Colin Powell, he calls Donald Trump “a national disgrace.” Trump was furious and said, “Hey, I’m an international disgrace.”

Sept. 15: The White House has announced that America will accept 110,000 refugees next year. Meanwhile, Canada announced if Donald Trump wins, they’ll accept 110 million refugees.

Donald Trump admitted to Dr. Oz that he is overweight, loves fast food, and doesn’t exercise. In a related story, Trump just won Wisconsin.

A man is getting bar mitzvah’d at age 113. They’re hoping the attendance is better than last year when he got circumcised.

During a campaign rally yesterday, Donald Trump said, “You think Hillary Clinton could stand up here for an hour?” Then he debuted his new campaign slogan, “I Can Stand Up for an Hour.”

Ivanka Trump abruptly ended an interview with Cosmopolitan magazine because she felt the questions were “unfair.” Of course it’s understandable, most of us wither under the intense political grilling of Cosmopolitan magazine.

A woman in Oregon who was hospitalized for E. coli after eating Chipotle is suing the company for free Chipotle. It’s all part of Oregon’s “right to die” law.

A 100-year-old tortoise named Diego has now fathered over 800 offspring. Which is why today, he was the first tortoise in history to be drafted into the NBA.

The Duggars, of the TV show “19 Kids and Counting,” are adopting a 20th child. Not because they wanted one, but because it came free on their punch card.

Ivanka Trump cut short an interview with Cosmo because of what she said was all the “negativity.” Which is weird because all the interviewer said was, “So, your dad is Donald Trump, right?”

Sept. 19: One of the big winners at last night's Emmys was "The People v. O.J. Simpson." I gotta say, there’s nothing better than checking out the news and hearing, "It was a great night for O.J.!"

It’s come out that Hillary Clinton is having a hard time connecting with millennial voters. So now she’s saying that last week’s coughing spell was actually due to a massive bong hit.

Only 50 more days until the election. That’s according to my calendar, The Book of Revelation.

This weekend, Martha Stewart said Donald Trump should not be president because he is "totally unprepared." Though to be fair, by Martha Stewart’s standards, we’re ALL unprepared.

Donald Trump’s running mate Mike Pence said that his role model for the vice presidency is Dick Cheney. To prove it, this weekend Pence had six heart attacks and shot his friend in the face.

Sept. 19: Last night at the Emmys, "The People v. O.J. Simpson" took home nine awards. Actor, supporting actor, writing, even the Ford Bronco won best mid-sized sport utility vehicle.

"Game of Thrones" had a good night. Won best drama, set the record for most Emmys won by a series ever, 38 Emmys. A bunch of the actors from "Game of Thrones" came to our party last night. I have to admit I got a little nervous. On "Game of Thrones," when they have a party, people have a tendency to die violently.

I have some sad news to report: If you were hoping to pick up one of those Olive Garden Never Ending Pasta Passes, they’re all sold out. All 21,000 passes, priced at $100 apiece, sold out in one second. … You know, if you buy this, you really should be kicked off your company health plan.

The deal is, you can eat all the pasta you want for a period of seven weeks, and if you don’t last the full seven weeks, they’ll dump the remainder of the pasta into your coffin.

By the way, if Olive Garden REALLY treated people like family, they wouldn’t charge you for food at all.

Sept. 14: Today Republican candidate Donald Trump decided to clear the air and reveal the results of a recent physical, on “The Dr. Oz Show.” Which is an interesting move. Like for Donald Trump, you know, sure, Dr. Oz is a respected doctor — you know, in the same way that Dr. Dre is a respected doctor.

If you think that a presidential candidate appearing on “Dr. Oz” is ridiculous, later Donald stopped by the Maury Povich show and found out that he is not the father.

Tomorrow, Hillary Clinton is going to be cleared of all email charges by Judge Judy.

TMZ reported that the rapper Nelly is in debt to the IRS for about $2 million. I guess now when Nelly sings, “If you want to go and take a ride with me,” it’s only because he’s working as an Uber driver.

Nelly announced plans to dial back his spending. He said he will only be putting a brand new Band-Aid on his face every other day.

Things have gotten so bad that Nelly sold off the space on his Band-Aid to advertisers.

A lot of fans have worried that Nelly has been really depressed lately and now we all know why: “Hey, it must be the money!”

Sept. 15: We’ve been hearing a lot recently about Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. But there is finally another politician in the news, because former President George W. Bush announced today that he is releasing a book of his paintings.

Recent polling has shown that Hillary Clinton’s lead over Donald Trump has almost totally disappeared and the candidates are basically tied. They’re neck and neck. Well, for Hillary it’s the neck. For Trump it’s more like a gizzard thing.

This week a study was released by the World Health Organization showing that the United States is the third most depressing country in the world after India and China. When Americans heard the news they were like, “Oh, we only got third?”

America, you have got to buck up. Look, I understand India, China — they are overpopulated and they are polluted. But America, you guys are like, “Ew, there’s no Wi-Fi at this restaurant. How am I supposed to Snapchat my sliders? I’m sad now.”

Sept. 14: Donald Trump will appear on “Dr. Oz” tomorrow, while his traditional doctor will appear on “Law & Order SVU”: “I didn’t know she took all of those pills!”

Hacked emails from former Secretary of State Colin Powell show he recently referred to Donald Trump as “a national disgrace” and “an international pariah.” Trump was like, “Listen, I love Pariah. I have all of her albums. So that’s a compliment to me.”

Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson took out a full-page ad in today’s New York Times asking to be included in the first debate. Green Party candidate Jill Stein took a full-page ad out of The New York Times and folded it into a neat little hat.

A high school student has developed an app that helps teens locate a welcoming group of kids in the lunchroom called “Sit With Us” — or as bullies call it, “Victim Finder.”

A guacamole-themed restaurant is set to open in New York on Friday and it already turned brown.

Sept. 19: Donald Trump held a press conference Friday where he announced that he believes President Obama was born in the U.S. Said Trump, “I hope that settles the issue. That Muslim was born here.”

Donald Trump accused media outlets this morning of deliberately editing his words to make him come across in a bad light. Also making Trump come across in a bad light – light.

The U.N. General Assembly began today, and Donald Trump was scheduled to meet with the president of Egypt. Said Trump, “Pleasure to meet you, Mr. Tut.”

Miami started a citywide ban on Styrofoam this weekend. Because if you’ve ever been to Florida, you know they have a huge problem with white trash.

Sept. 19: This weekend some jerk placed pressure cooker bombs in a couple different places around New York City. Thankfully, no one was killed, and everyone who was injured is out of the hospital. At this point, can't we assume that any New Yorker buying a pressure cooker is up to no good? No one who lives here cooks.

In fact, if you don't have a Seamless account, the FBI has some questions for you.

One reason that more people weren’t hurt is that this jerk left duffel bags on the street, and two of the bombs were discovered by thieves snatching bags. Because, as all New Yorkers know: If you see something, steal something.




Click HERE for the most current update.


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“We’re the Superhumans,” and if you don’t believe that title, watch THIS spectacular production designed to promote the 2016 Rio Paralympics. Don’t say “No you can’t” to this group of people. All they know is “Yes I can!” (3:12)

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What’s it like to be retired and live on a cruise ship? Ask THIS lady; she’s been living aboard the Crystal Serenity for 8 years and says she loves it! (4:26)

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Beware! Depending on the weather, you may get a little wet if you take THIS Greek ferry boat to the island of Sikinos in an angry Aegean Sea. (4:18)

Here’s the same Ferry docking at the SAME location a month later from a different angle. (7:13)

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Watch what happens when late night talk show host Stephen Colbert calls Bruce Willis a liar. It's NOT pretty! (4:21)

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If you have a life-threatening illness or injury and need to be taken to the hospital in an ambulance, this is the driver you would want behind the wheel. Just be sure you are securely strapped to the gurney, that it is chained securely to the floor, and that the attendant in back has outfitted YOU with a diaper. (5:52)

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Here’s an interesting aviation incident that occurred a few days ago, courtesy of Dirk Parsons. It asks the question, “What do you do when you are flying qualification laps at the Reno Air Races and your engine goes south? The short answer is THIS. (7:13)

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This is another scary incident from the current Reno Air Races received from Dirk. It occurred this past Sunday and shows a pilot coming within a few inches of LOSING his head. Really. (1:48)

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If you want to see an estimated $10,000 disappear in a flash, click HERE and watch this. (We’re sad to report that the 6-inch tall pilot didn’t have time to eject.) (2:30)

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We didn’t realize horses had a sense of humor and could laugh until we watched THIS brand new Volkswagen ad. Did you? (1:00)

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The similarities between us (humans) and some species of apes are amazing. Take THIS Orangutan who has adopted several Tiger Cubs for example. It’s as if there is a human brain behind its eyes. (3:40)

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Sharon Lansdowne says THIS short clip gives an entirely new meaning to the term “dog tired.” Watch it and you will see why. (0:35)

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Mike Slater, who hosts a radio show on 760 KFMB in San Diego called “Slater Crusaders,” had a few choice words for Colin Kaepernick. It was RECORDED shortly before the recent Niners/Chargers game, but is still worth a listen in our opinion. (3:32)


And here is a LINK to the Mike Slater Show if anyone is interested.


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Is Google focusing only on a self-driving car to help meet the world’s transportation needs? THIS video almost convinced us that the monster tech company had also developed a self-driving bicycle until we noticed at the end of the clip that it would be available on April 1st. (1:54)

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You have no doubt heard this song numerous times over the past several years, but have you heard Lee Greenwood’s patriotic masterpiece “God Bless the USA” sung without a musical accompaniment with Mt. Rushmore in the background? THIS rendition by “Home Free” is something special, which is why we chose it as this week’s closer. (4:02)

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Pic of the Week



Additions and changes since the last published update (alphabetical by last name):

Ken Barker — Added

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1.    Abram, Fred & Connie
2.    Adams, Gene
3.    Ady, Bruce
4.    Agerbeek, Bob
5.    Agerbeek, Rudy
6.    Aguilar, David
7.    Aguirre, Jim
8.    Albericci, Jerry
9.    Alberts, Dick
10.    Alcantar, Ernie
11.    Alfano, Phil
12.    Alford, Mike
13.    Aligo, Cynthia
14.    Allbright, Bill
15.    Allen, Bob
16.    Allen, Chaplain Bryan
17.    Alvarado, Marie
18.    Alvarez, Pat (Campbell)
19.    Amaral, Mike
20.    Anders, Alberta
21.    Anderson, Jim
22.    Anderson, Mark
23.    Anderson, Sharon
24.    Anthony, Tom
25.    Antoine, Steve
26.    Antonowicz, Germaine
27.    Appleby, Judy
28.    Arata, Jennifer
29.    Arca, Rich
30.    Archie, Dan
31.    Avery, Rod
32.    Babineau, Dave & Cheryl
33.    Bacigalupi, Dave
34.    Baggott, Jim
35.    Bailey, Rich
36.    Baker, Beth
37.    Balesano, Bob
38.    Balesteri, Lou
39.    Ballard, Gordon
40.    Banner, Ken
41.    Barikmo, Jon
42.    Bariteau, John
43.    Barnes, Steve
44.    Barker, Ken
45.    Barnett, Brad
46.    Baroff, Stan
47.    Barranco, Rich
48.    Barrera, Ray
49.    Barshay, Marc
50.    Bartels, Don
51.    Bartholomew, Dave
52.    Bartoldo, Tom
53.    Basilio, Les
54.    Bastida, Maggie
55.    Bates, Tom
56.    Battaglia, Nick
57.    Battaglia, Will
58.    Baxter, Jack
59.    Bayer, Lance
60.    Bayers, Dennis
61.    Beams, Bob
62.    Beattie, George
63.    Becerra, Manny
64.    Beck, Brian
65.    Beck, Tom
66.    Becknall, Jim
67.    Beckwith, Tony
68.    Beiderman, Margie
69.    Belcher, Steve
70.    Bell, Bob
71.    Bell, Mark
72.    Bell, Mike
73.    Belleci, Ron
74.    Beltran, Phil
75.    Belveal, Chuck
76.    Bence, Martin
77.    Bennett, Joy
78.    Bennett, Mark
79.    Berggren, Heidi
80.    Bergtholdt, Doug
81.    Bernardo, Guy
82.    Bettencourt, Ed
83.    Bevis, Sherry
84.    Biebel, Phil
85.    Bielecki, Mike
86.    Binder, Andrew
87.    Biskup, Shelley
88.    Blackmore, Chuck
89.    Blackstock, Carroll
90.    Boales, Tina
91.    Boes, Judith
92.    Boggess, Eileen
93.    Boggess, Mike
94.    Bonetti, Jon
95.    Bosco, Al
96.    Botar, Rick
97.    Bowen, Gordy
98.    Bowman, Mike
99.    Boyd, Pat
100.    Boyles, John
101.    Bradshaw, Bob
102.    Brahm, Bob
103.    Bray, Mary Ellen
104.    Brewer, Tom
105.    Brickell, Dave
106.    Bridgen, Betty Ruth
107.    Bridgen, Dave
108.    Brocato, Dom
109.    Brookins, Dennis
110.    Brooks, Bob
111.    Brown Jr., Bill
112.    Brown, Charlie
113.    Brown, Dennis
114.    Brown, Ernie
115.    Brown, Marilyn
116.    Brown, Terry
117.    Browning, Bob
118.    Brua, Dale
119.    Bullock, April
120.    Bullock, Dan
121.    Bulygo, Mary
122.    Burke, Karol
123.    Burns, Barbara
124.    Burroughs, (Bronson) Utta
125.    Busch, Dennis
126.    Bye, Bud
127.    Byers, Dave
128.    Bytheway, Glenn
129.    Caddell, Jim
130.    Cadenasso, Richard
131.    Caldarulo, Wendy
132.    Calderon, Richard
133.    Caldwell, Phyllis
134.    Camara, Bob
135.    Camarena, Raul
136.    Campbell, Jason
137.    Campbell, John
138.    Campbell, Larry
139.    Campos, John
140.    Cannell, Tom
141.    Caragher, Ed
142.    Caraway, Steve
143.    Card, Christine
144.    Cardin, Randy
145.    Cardoza, Vic
146.    Carlin, David
147.    Carlsen, Laura
148.    Carlton, Jim
149.    Caro, Bert
150.    Caro, Lynne
151.    Carr Jr., John
152.    Carr, John
153.    Carraher, Don
154.    Carraher, Jim
155.    Carrillo, Jaci Cordes
156.    Carrillo, John
157.    Carter, Ernie
158.    Cassidy, Kevin
159.    Cates, Dean
160.    Cavallaro, Dave
161.    Cedeno, Rey
162.    Chalmers, JC
163.    Chamness, Hank
164.    Chapel, Ivan
165.    Chavez, Ruben
166.    Chevalier, Brian
167.    Chewey, Bob
168.    Christian, Brian
169.    Christiansen, Bob
170.    Christiansen, Rich
171.    Christie, Kenn
172.    Clark, Bill (the one who stayed)
173.    Clark, Bill
174.    Clark, Kevin
175.    Clayton, Dave
176.    Clear, Jennifer
177.    Clifton, Craig
178.    Coates, Marisa
179.    Cobarruviaz, Lou
180.    Coen, Roger
181.    Colombo, Tony
182.    Comelli, Ivan
183.    Como, John
184.    Confer, Rick
185.    Connor, Stephanie
186.    Connors, Kim
187.    Conrad, Mark
188.    Conroy, Mike
189.    Contreras, Dee
190.    Conway, Ed
191.    Cook, John
192.    Cooke, Bertie
193.    Coppom, Dave
194.    Cordes, Marilyn
195.    Cornfield, Scott
196.    Cortez, Darrell
197.    Cossey, Neil
198.    Costa, Mike
199.    Cotterall, Doug
200.    Couser, Rich
201.    Cripe, Rodger
202.    Crowell, Chuck
203.    Culwell, Ken
204.    Cunningham, Stan
205.    D'Arcy, Steve
206.    Dailey, Karen
207.    Daley, Brian
208.    Daly, Ron
209.    Damon, Alan
210.    Damon, Veronica
211.    Daniels, Jim
212.    Daulton, Rich
213.    Daulton, Zita
214.    Davis, Bud
215.    Davis, Joan
216.    Davis, Mike
217.    Davis, Rob
218.    Day, Jack
219.    Deaton, Caroll
220.    DeBoard, Joe
221.    DeGeorge, Bob
222.    Deitschman, Tracy
223.    DeLaere, Sylvia
224.    Delgado, Dave
225.    DeMers, Buc
226.    Dennis, Sandra
227.    Destro, Mike
228.    Destro, Tony
229.    Devane, Dan
230.    Devane, Joe
231.    Dewey, Rod
232.    Diaz, Mike
233.    DiBari, Dave
234.    DiVittorio, Gerrie
235.    Dishman, Billy
236.    Doherty, Janiece
237.    Dolezal, Dennis
238.    Dominguez, Bob
239.    Dooley, Jeff
240.    Dorsey, Ed
241.    Dotzler, Jennifer
242.    Dowdle, Mike
243.    Doxie, Tara
244.    DuClair, Jim
245.    Dudding, Bill
246.    Dudley, Bruce
247.    Duey, Dennis
248.    Dye, Allen
249.    Dwyer, Pat
250.    Earnshaw, Kathy
251.    Earnshaw, Patrick
252.    Edillo-Brown, Margie
253.    Edwards, Derrek
254.    Edwards, Don
255.    Egan, Mike
256.    Eisenberg, Terry
257.    Ellner, Howard
258.    Ellsworth, Larry
259.    Embry (Howsmon), Eva
260.    Erfurth, Bill
261.    Erickson, Rich
262.    Esparza, Dave
263.    Esparza, Fred
264.    Estrabao, Dario
265.    Eubanks, Earl
266.    Evans, Linda
267.    Evans, Ron
268.    Ewing, Chris
269.    Ewing, Don
270.    Ewing, Paul
271.    Fagalde, Kevin
272.    Fair, Bruce
273.    Fairhurst, Dick
274.    Fanucchi, Ross
275.    Farlow, Paul
276.    Farmer, Jack
277.    Faron, Walt
278.    Farrow, Chuck
279.    Faulstich, Marge
280.    Faulwetter, Stan
281.    Faz, Dennis
282.    Fehr, Mike
283.    Ferdinandsen, Ed
284.    Ferguson, Betty
285.    Ferguson, Ken
286.    Ferla, Al
287.    Fernsworth, Larry
288.    Flauding, Ken
289.    Fleming, Joe
290.    Flores, Phil
291.    Flosi, Ed
292.    Fong, Richard
293.    Fontanilla, Rick
294.    Forbes, Jay
295.    Foster, Rick
296.    Foulkes [Duchon], Louise
297.    Francois, Paul
298.    Francois, Tom
299.    Frazier, Rich
300.    Freitas, Jordon
301.    Furnare, Claud
302.    Gaines, Erin
303.    Galea, Andy
304.    Galios, Chris
305.    Galios, Kathy
306.    Gallagher, Steve
307.    Garcia, Jose
308.    Garcia, Lisa
309.    Gardner, Paul
310.    Garner, Ralph
311.    Gaumont, Ron
312.    Geary, Heide
313.    Geer, Brian
314.    Geiger, Rich
315.    Gergurich, Judy
316.    Giambrone, Jim
317.    Giorgianni, Joe
318.    Giuliodibari, Camille
319.    Goates, Ron
320.    Goings, Mark
321.    Gomes, Rod
322.    Gonzales, Gil
323.    Gonzales, Jesse
324.    Gonzalez, D. (formerly D. Avila)
325.    Gonzalez, Frank
326.    Gonzalez, Jorge
327.    Gott, Pat
328.    Graham, George
329.    Grande, Carm
330.    Grant, Bob
331.    Grant, Doug
332.    Grant, Rich
333.    Granum, Jeff
334.    Graves, Pete
335.    Green, Chris
336.    Grigg, Bruce
337.    Griggs, Fran
338.    Grimaldo, Linda
339.    Grimes, Eric
340.    Guarascio, Dan
341.    Guerin, Pete
342.    Guido, Jr., Jim
343.    Guido, Sr. Jim
344.    Guizar, Ruben
345.    Gummow, Bob
346.    Gummow, Rich
347.    Gutierrez, Hector
348.    Guzman, Dennis
349.    Guzman, Kim
350.    Gwillim, Reese
351.    Habina, Ron
352.    Hafley, Gary
353.    Hahn, Chuck
354.    Hale, Don
355.    Handa, Mitch
356.    Handforth, Terry
357.    Hann, George
358.    Hare, Caren (Carlisle)
359.    Harnish, Mary (Craven)
360.    Harpainter, Bob
361.    Harris, Bucky
362.    Harris, Diane
363.    Harris, Don
364.    Haskell, Marty
365.    Hawkes, Ken
366.    Haynes, Sandy
367.    Hazen, Skip
368.    Heck, Steve
369.    Heckel, Rick
370.    Hedgpeth, Bob
371.    Helder, Ron
372.    Hellman, Marilyn
373.    Hendrickson, Dave
374.    Hendrix, Dave
375.    Hernandez, Irma
376.    Hernandez, Joe
377.    Hernandez, Linda
378.    Hernandez, Rudy
379.    Hernandez, Vic
380.    Herrick, Mike
381.    Herrmann, Erma
382.    Hewison, Jamie
383.    Hewitt, Dave
384.    Hilborn, Art
385.    Hildebrandt, Karen
386.    Hill, Sandra
387.    Hinkle, John
388.    Hippeli, Micki
389.    Hirata, Gary
390.    Dave Hober
391.    Hober, Margo
392.    Hodgin, Bruce
393.    Hoehn, Charlie
394.    Hogate, Joanne
395.    Hogate, Steve
396.    Hollars, Bob
397.    Holliday, Sandy
398.    Hollingsworth, Larry
399.    Holloway, Sandi
400.    Holser, George
401.    Hong, Bich-nga
402.    Horton, Debbie (McIntyre)
403.    Hosmer, Dewey
404.    Howard, Terri
405.    Howell, Jim
406.    Howsmon, (Jr.) Frank
407.    Howsmon (Sr.), Frank
408.    Hudson, Kim
409.    Hughes, Gary
410.    Hunter, Dick (via daughter Kim Mindling)
411.    Hunter, Jeff
412.    Husa, Sonia
413.    Hyland, Brian
414.    Ibarra, Miguel
415.    Imobersteg, Rob
416.    Inami, Steve & Francine
417.    Ingraham, George
418.    Ireland, Joe
419.    Jackson, Curt
420.    Jacksteit, Ken
421.    Jacobson, Barbara
422.    Janavice, Dean
423.    Jeffers, Jim
424.    Jenkins, Dave
425.    Jensen, Dan
426.    Jensen, Janie
427.    Jewett, Donna
428.    Jezo, Pat
429.    Johnson, Bob
430.    Johnson, Craig
431.    Johnson, Cynthia
432.    Johnson, Dave
433.    Johnson, Gary
434.    Johnson, Jon
435.    Johnson, Karen
436.    Johnson, Kyle
437.    Johnson, Mardy
438.    Johnson, Tom & Fran
439.    Jones, Russ
440.    Kaminsky, Glenn
441.    Katashima, Annie
442.    Katz, Dan
443.    Keeney, Bill
444.    Kelsey, Bert
445.    Keneller, Dave
446.    Kennedy, Scott
447.    Kennedy, Tom
448.    Kensit, John
449.    Killen, Pat
450.    Kimbrel, Tammy
451.    Kinaga, Rose
452.    King, Charlie
453.    Kingsley, Fred
454.    Kirby, Erwin
455.    Kirkendall, Dave
456.    Kischmischian, Gene
457.    Klein, Lou Anna
458.    Kleman, Karl
459.    Knea, Tim
460.    Kneis, Brian
461.    Knopf, Dave
462.    Koenig, Heinz
463.    Kong, Ernie
464.    Kosovilka, Bob
465.    Kozlowski, Astrid
466.    Kracht, John
467.    Kregel, John
468.    Kunesh, Cindy
469.    Kurz, Jennifer
470.    Lagergren, Fred
471.    Lanctot, Noel
472.    Laney, Tammy
473.    Lansdowne, Sharon
474.    Lara, Bill
475.    LaRault, Gary
476.    Larsen, Bill
477.    Laverty, Ann
478.    Lax, John
479.    Leak, Felecia
480.    Leavy, Bill
481.    Leavey, Jack
482.    LeGault, Anna
483.    LeGault, Russ
484.    Lem, Noland
485.    Leonard, Gary
486.    Leonard (Lintern), Lynda
487.    Leong, Ken
488.    Leroy, Jim
489.    Lewis, Lefty
490.    Lewis, Marv
491.    Lewis, Steve
492.    Lind, Eric
493.    Linden, Larry  
494.    Lisius, Jim
495.    Little, Keith            
496.    Livingstone, John
497.    Lobach, Bob
498.    Lockwood, Bob
499.    Lockwood, Joan
500.    Logan, Maureen
501.    Longaker, Mary
502.    Longoria, Noe
503.    Lopez, Candy
504.    Lopez. Dan
505.    Lopez, Ruvi
506.    Lovecchio, Pete
507.    Low, John
508.    Lu, Elba
509.    Luca, Dennis
510.    Lucarotti, Jim
511.    Luna, Gloria
512.    Lundberg, Larry
513.    MacDougall, Joanne
514.    Macris, Carly
515.    Macris, Tom
516.    Madison, Gary
517.    Maehler, Mike
518.    Mahan, Rick
519.    Malatesta, Jim
520.    Malcolm, Roger
521.    Mallett, Bill
522.    Malvini, Phil
523.    Mamone, Joe
524.    Marcotte, Steve
525.    Marfia, John
526.    Marfia, Ted
527.    Marin, Julie
528.    Marini, Ed
529.    Marks, Rex
530.    Marlo, Jack
531.    Marsh, Scott
532.    Martin, Brad
533.    Martin, Lou
534.    Martin, Todd
535.    Martinelli, Ron
536.    Martinez, Rick
537.    Martinez, Victor
538.    Matteoni, Charlotte
539.    Mattern, John
540.    Mattos, Bill
541.    Mattos, Paula
542.    Mattocks, Mike
543.    Mayo, Lorraine
544.    Mayo, Toni
545.    Mazzone, Tom
546.    McCaffrey, Mike
547.    McCain, Norm
548.    McCall, George
549.    McCall, Lani
550.    McCarville, John
551.    McCollum, Bob
552.    McCollum, Daniele
553.    McCready, Tom
554.    McCulloch, Al
555.    McCulloch, Scott
556.    McElvy, Mike
557.    McFall, Ron
558.    McFall, Tom
559.    McGuffin, Rich
560.    McGuire, Pat
561.    McIninch, Mark
562.    McKean, Bob
563.    McKenzie, Dennis
564.    McLucas, Mike
565.    McMahon, Jim
566.    McMahon, Ray
567.    McNamara, Laurie
568.    McTeague, Dan
569.    Meheula, Cheryl
570.    Mendez, Deborah
571.    Mendez, Mike
572.    Messier, Tom
573.    Metcalfe, Dave
574.    Metcalfe, Mickey
575.    Miceli, Sharon
576.    Miller, Keith
577.    Miller, Laura
578.    Miller, Shirley
579.    Miller, Stan
580.    Miller, Toni
581.    Mills, Don
582.    Miranda, Carlos
583.    Mitchell, Carol
584.    Modlin, Dick
585.    Mogilefsky, Art
586.    Moir, Bob
587.    Montano, Wil
588.    Montes, José
589.    Morales, Octavio
590.    Moore, Dewey
591.    Don Moore
592.    Moore, Jeff
593.    Moore, JoAnn
594.    Moorman, Jim
595.    Morella, Ted
596.    Moreno, Norma
597.    Morgan, Dale
598.    Morin, Jim
599.    Morris, Jack
600.    Morton, Bruce
601.    Mosley, Joe
602.    Mosunic, Taffy
603.    Moudakas, Terry
604.    Moura, Don
605.    Mozley, Ron
606.    Muldrow, Mark "Mo"
607.    Mulholland, Kathy
608.    Mullins, Harry
609.    Mulloy, Dennis
610.    Munks, Jeff
611.    Munoz, Art
612.    Murphy, Bob
613.    Musser, Marilynn
614.    Nagel, Michael
615.    Nagengast, Carol
616.    Nakai, Linda
617.    Nalett, Bob
618.    Namba, Bob
619.    Nascimento, Mike
620.    Nelson, Ed
621.    Ngo, Phan
622.    Nichols, John
623.    Nichols, Mike
624.    Nimitz, Stephanie
625.    Nissila, Judy
626.    Norling, Debbie
627.    North, Dave
628.    North, Jim
629.    Norton, Peter
630.    Norton, Phil
631.    Nunes, John
632.    Nunes, Les
633.    O'Carroll, Diane (Azzarello)
634.    O'Connor, Mike
635.    O'Donnell, Tom
636.    O'Keefe, Jim
637.    Oliver, Pete
638.    Ortega, Dan
639.    Ortiz, Leanard
640.    Otter, Larry
641.    Ouimet, Jeff
642.    Ozuna, George
643.    Pacheco, Russ
644.    Padilla, George
645.    Pagan, Irma
646.    Painchaud, Dave
647.    Palsgrove, Ted
648.    Panighetti, Paul
649.    Papenfuhs, Steve
650.    Paredes, Carlos
651.    Parker, Rand
652.    Parlee, May
653.    Parrott, Aubrey
654.    Parsons, Dirk
655.    Parsons, Mike
656.    Pascoe, Brent
657.    Passeau, Chris
658.    Pate, Neal
659.    Patrino, Lyn
660.    Payton, George
661.    Pearce, Jim
662.    Pearson, Sam
663.    Pedroza, Frank
664.    Peeler, Eleanor
665.    Pegram, Larry
666.    Pennington, Ron
667.    Percelle, Ralph
668.    Percival, John
669.    Perry (Cervantez), Martha
670.    Peterson, Bob
671.    Phelps, Scott
672.    Phillips, Gene
673.    Piper, Will
674.    Pitts, Phil
675.    Plinski, Leo
676.    Pointer, John
677.    Polanco, Mary
678.    Polmanteer, Jim
679.    Porter, John
680.    Postier, Ken
681.    Postier, Steve
682.    Powers, Bill
683.    Priddy, Loren
684.    Princevalle, Roger
685.    Pringle, Karl
686.    Propst, Anamarie
687.    Puckett, Bill
688.    Punneo, Norm
689.    Purser, Owen
690.    Pyle, Leroy
691.    Quayle, John
692.    Quezada, Louis
693.    Quinn, John
694.    Quint, Karen
695.    Ramirez, Manny
696.    Ramirez, Victoria
697.    Ramon, Chacha
698.    Raposa, Rick
699.    Rappe (Ryman), Bonnie
700.    Rasmussen, Charlene
701.    Raul, Gary
702.    Raye, Bruce
703.    Realyvasquez, Armando
704.    Reed, Nancy
705.    Reek, Rob
706.    Reeves, Curt
707.    Reid, Fred
708.    Reinhardt, Stephanie
709.    Reizner, Dick
710.    Rendler, Will
711.    Rettus, Bev
712.    Reuter, Larry
713.    Reutlinger, Leslie
714.    Reyes (Buell), Cindy
715.    Reyes, Joe
716.    Reyes, Juan
717.    Reyes, Mo
718.    Rheinhardt, Bob
719.    Rice, Jayme
720.    Rice, Lyle
721.    Richter, Darrell & Annette
722.    Riedel, Gunther
723.    Rimple, Randy
724.    Roach, Jim
725.    Roberts, Mike
726.    Robertson, Harry
727.    Robinson, Walt
728.    Robison, Rob
729.    Rodgers, Phil
730.    Rogers, Lorrie
731.    Romano, Bill
732.    Romano, Marie
733.    Rose, John
734.    Ross, Joe
735.    Ross, Mike
736.    Rosso, Ron
737.    Roy, Charlie
738.    Royal, Russ
739.    Ruiloba, Louie
740.    Russell, Russ
741.    Russell, Stan
742.    Russo, Grace
743.    Ryan, Joe
744.    Saito, RIch
745.    Salamida Joe
746.    Salewsky, Bill
747.    Salguero, Desiree
748.    Salvi, Pete
749.    Samsel, Dave
750.    Santos, Bill
751.    Sanfilippo, Roy
752.    Sauao, Dennis
753.    Savage, Scott
754.    Savala, john
755.    Sawyer, Craig
756.    Scanlan, Pete
757.    Scannell, Dave
758.    Schembri, Mike
759.    Schenck, Joe
760.    Schenini (Alvarez), Joanne
761.    Schiller, Robert
762.    Schmidt, Chuck
763.    Schmidt, Paul
764.    Schriefer, Hank
765.    Seaman, Scott
766.    Seck, Tom
767.    Sekany, Greg
768.    Seymour, Chuck
769.    Seymour, Jim
770.    Sharps, Betty
771.    Shaver, John
772.    Sheppard, Jeff
773.    Sherman, Gordon
774.    Sherr, Laurie
775.    Shigemasa, Tom
776.    Shuey, Craig
777.    Shuman, John
778.    Sides, Roger
779.    Sills, Eric
780.    Silva, Bill
781.    Silveria, Linda
782.    Silvers, Jim
783.    Simpson, Terry
784.    Sinclair, Bob
785.    Sly, Sandi
786.    Smith, Bill
787.    Smith, BT
788.    Smith, Craig
789.    Smith, Ed
790.    Smith, Jerry
791.    Smith, Karen
792.    Smith, Kerry
793.    Smith, Mike
794.    Smoke, Wil
795.    Sorahan, Dennis
796.    Spangenberg, Hal
797.    Spence, Jim
798.    Spicer, John
799.    Spitze, Randy
800.    Spoulos, Dave
801.    Springer, George
802.    Stauffer, Suzan
803.    Stelzer, Rex
804.    Sterner, Mike
805.    Strickland, John
806.    Sturdivant, Billy
807.    Sugimoto, Rich
808.    Suits, Jim
809.    Summers, Bob
810.    Sumner, Ted
811.    Sun, Jeff
812.    Suske, Joe
813.    Swanson, Ray
814.    Tarricone, Linda
815.    Tate, Bill
816.    Taves, Phil & Paula
817.    Taylor, Joyce
818.    Tenbrink, Bob
819.    Tennant, Ed
820.    Teren-Foster, Aileen
821.    Terry, Glenn & Maggie
822.    Thawley, Dave
823.    Thayer, Dean
824.    Thomassin, Ron
825.    Thomas, Art
826.    Thomas, Dick
827.    Thompson, Gary
828.    Thompson, Margie
829.    Thompson, Mike
830.    Tibaldi, Ernie
831.    Tibbet, Walt
832.    Tice, Stan
833.    Tietgens, Dick
834.    Tietgens, Don
835.    Tomaino, Jim
836.    Torres, Gil
837.    Torres, John
838.    Torres, Nestor
839.    Torres, Ralph
840.    Townsend, John
841.    Townsend, Vicki
842.    Tozer, Dave
843.    Trevino, Andy
844.    Trujillo, Ted
845.    Trussler, Christine
846.    Trussler, John
847.    Tush, Dick
848.    Tyler, Diana
849.    Unger, Bruce
850.    Unland, Joe
851.    Urban, Diane
852.    Usoz, Steve
853.    Valcazar, Dan
854.    Vallecilla, Ernie & Peggy
855.    Van Dyck, Lois
856.    Vanek, John
857.    Vasquez, Danny
858.    Rich Vasquez
859.    Vasquez, Ted
860.    Vasta, Joe
861.    Videan, Ed
862.    Videan, Theresa
863.    Vidmar, Mike
864.    Vincent, Bill
865.    Vinson, Jim
866.    Vizzusi, Gilbert
867.    Vizzusi, Mike
868.    Vizzusi, Rich
869.    Vizzusi, Tony
870.    Waggoner, Bill
871.    Wagner, Jim
872.    Wagstaff, Greg
873.    Wahl, John
874.    Walker, Dave
875.    Wall, Chuck
876.    Ward, Jean
877.    Ward, Ray
878.    Watts, Bob
879.    Way, Vicky
880.    Webster, Ron
881.    Wedlow, Dean
882.    Weesner, Greg
883.    Weesner, Steve
884.    Weir, Tony
885.    Welker, Jessica
886.    Wells, Bill
887.    Wells, Brenda
888.    Wells, Mike
889.    Wendling, Boni
890.    Wendling, Jay
891.    Weston, Tom
892.    Wheatley, Tom
893.    White, Rich
894.    Wicker, Joe
895.    Wiley, Bruce
896.    Williams, Jodi
897.    Williams [Durham], Lanette
898.    Williams, Rick
899.    Williamson, Kathleen
900.    Williamson, Ken
901.    Wilson, Caven
902.    Wilson, Jeff
903.    Wilson, Jerry
904.    Wilson, Lee
905.    Wilson, Neal
906.    Wilson, Stan
907.    Wilson, Tom
908.    Windisch Jr., Steve
909.    Wininger, Steve
910.    Winter, Bill
911.    Wirht, Kim
912.    Witmer, Dave
913.    Wittenberg, Jim
914.    Wolfe, Jeff
915.    Woo, Paul
916.    Wood, Dave
917.    Wood, Jim
918.    Woodington, Brad
919.    Wysuph, Dave
920.    Yarbrough, Bill
921.    Young, Mike
922.    Younis, Tuck
923.    Yuhas, Dick
924.    Yules, Ken
925.    Zalman, Ginny
926.    Zanoni, Mike
927.    Zaragoza, Phil
928.    Zenahlik, Tom
929.    Zimmerman, Eliza
930.    Zwemke, Doug