Ouch! That Hurts

Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
If you want to LOL (Boomers called it splitting a gut) join an AARP fugitive sailor as he sails through a side splitting encounter with kidney stones and undercover operatives.
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About Frank Prewitt

Frank Prewitt
Managing partner/owner V Rae Art 2005 to present

Pre 2005:
Government Affairs Consultant
• Advised and represented private health and human service agencies pursuing partnering and outsource opportunity with Alaska state and local government and/or public policy, regulatory and statutory change within Executive and Legislative branches of State government.
Commissioner / Deputy Commissioner
• Chief Executive and Chief Operating Officer serving Alaska's integrated system of prisons, jails, probation and parole services. Responsible for executive management of 1,400 employees and $160 million annual operating budget.
Attorney at Law
• Assistant Attorney General: emphasis on constitutional claims against government officials (Sec 1983), draft regulations, advice to agencies
Education / Credentials
• J.D. Seattle University School of Law
• M.S. University of Oregon Interdisciplinary Studies / Social Work
• B.S. Corban University, Oregon Sociology
• Merchant Mariner 100 Ton Master Near Coastal License (2010)

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DoloresMatthews reviewed on March 9, 2016

This is a fun little story. The author has a snappy sense of humor that I envy, able to lay in the one line jokes . . . several per paragraph. The story starts on a sailboat, but other than that it isn't really a sea story but I liked it anyway. I'm a huge fan of sea yarns and this is listed in the Sea Adventure category, so I was expecting something a bit different.
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Scott Daggett reviewed on Jan. 26, 2013

Hilarious. Absolutely side-splitting. I almost couldn't finish it I was laughing so hard. However, I will now have nightmares about the AARP. I think I noticed a camera on the street light post near our house. Could it be them??
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