Bruce Allen MacMullan, a graduate of Macalester College, is a retired 35-year banker living in Morrison, Colorado. He is foremost a professional survivalist, a "scrape metal impressionist,” a past tennis teaching professional, a deeply disturbed "senior golf tour" wannabe, a husband, father, and soon-to-be grandfather of a next Zero to Sixty generation.
This book is Bruce’s first attempt to shed the slightest flickering light on "man's existence" while still trying to foster some semblance of intellectual "return on investment" from his four years of undergraduate studies.
Zero to Sixty: Memoirs of an Inexplicable Scot
by Bruce MacMullan
Zero to Sixty perceptively defines the geriatric predicament that we're either already in or will be sooner than we think. At some point, we all begin to take a closer look in that rearview mirror. Bruce simply challenges us to, "Give life its due respect and take it all in with as many laughs as possible...while it is still a laughing matter."
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