The love story of Tomcat and Duchess spans over fifty-years. Eckward is fifty-plus years old ready to retire from work, not his Bama-buddy, Teague. He is newly divorced enjoying his solo life. They hunt down one of the twelve gamblers in Alabama illegal betting on the National Football Championship Game. FDA inspectors carry guns, but don't shoot. They carry badges, but don't arrest. Or do they? More
The tale of Tomcat and Duchess spans over fifty-years.
Eckward is fifty-plus years old ready to retire from his long-term working job, not his Bama-buddy, Teague.
Teague is newly divorced enjoying his solo life of freedom coupled with his twin partnership of fun with Eckward at the work place.
Eckward and Teague are FDA Inspectors. They both are fifty-plus year old dudes, friends, and partners working at the FDA Inspection Office in Birmingham, Alabama. They have spent the past thirty-years hunting down bugs, leeches, and gamblers.
Eckward plans his ultimate life-happiness relaxing with his family, drinking a cold beer, and watching the sporting game.
This week, in the great state of Alabama, the top two sporting teams are vying for the National University Championship Football title.
Teague plans his ultimate work-strategy locating one of the twelve sporting game gamblers, residing in Alabama.
This week, the FDA assignment requires a FDA Inspector to swiftly locate and gently remind the Bama-citizen to honestly pay all their Alabama state income taxes on a three-million dollars football bet, if the lucky winner of the National University Championship football game.
Since, the governor and congress of Alabama wants a huge monetary pay raise, next year.
The FDA Inspector carries a gun, but does not shoot.
The FDA Inspector carries a badge, but does not arrest.
And, the FDA Inspector cannot ask for any personal data, which does violate the privacy HIPAA rule set by the US Federal Government.
Since, the FDA Inspector could be personally jailed inside an Alabama prison plus would be fined with a huge monetary penalty from their individual bank-account.