Neal is an Air Force veteran, and has traveled the world both for the military as well as in private life. He has taught English as a Second language in both Mexico and Korea, and worked in London, Spain and Ibiza. His educational background was grounded in Kansas and still holds dear the bright memories of the State who honors John Brown. Though versed in communication, English and world history, Neal's vast and notable experience encompass the panorama of human psychology; its detailed implications as well as cultural affects. Through travels and work he has met and known American icons as varied as Muhammed Ali, Buzz Aldrin, and Eldridge Cleaver. Presently residing in Montana, he teaches public speaking, and enjoys each and every day the Lord is willing to give him.
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Terrorist infiltration by Jamas is detected threading dozens of militants through Mexico to El Paso, by means of illegal immigration. Only one man, Special Agent Mark Calvin, is able to unravel the trail of perpetrators. While uncovering the Jamas terrorists, Agent Mark Calvin, stumbles upon the greatest national secret in America's history, why the assassination JFK was necessary.
Heroes as large as Lincoln and as exciting as Muhammad Ali march in memory of American greatness as well as beauty, love, and sorrow of the common man displayed in sophisticated drama..
The Great Kingdom of Oxnard
The Queen of Oxnard must find a suitable wife for her dumb, ugly son. Through deception she succeeds, but only to discover that the royal prince is not really her son. Laugh at this comedy of errors by a royal court of buffoons.
Did You Say You Were Dead?
Arthur Timber has been informed by Social Security that he has died. Unable to change their misinformation or explain to his wife or friends that he has not died, Arthur must resign himself to remaining legally dead, until he meets a strange bartender who confesses that he, too, is dead. This one act, four scene, comedy is an enjoyable romp into the absurd.
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