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Saturday, May 24, 2008

Bill Crider's Roots in Mexia

Bill Crider, a Texas author,

is quite successful with puzzling, mysterious stories and Sheriff Dan Rhodes, and he keeps his own professional website going, along with an occasional blog entry.

But what you may not have noticed is that he also maintains a blog for the Mexia Blackcats, originally for the 1959 class, but well, seems peer pressure has been successfully applied for stretching the years of inclusivity. It's a delight retrospect, especially the Dairy Queen.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Geez!!!! This is great. Bill does this?
Charles B.