FMDAC Atlantic City slide show…

Not a whole lot to report this time around. Dealing with a few personal problems, and just need a break from things. Did manage to finally put  together a slide show from many of the slides and photos I have accumulated over the years. Thanks to all of you who contributed. If you are under 50 years of age  you probably won’t enjoy it. As they say “you had to be there”…..



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11 responses to “FMDAC Atlantic City slide show…

  1. I wasn’t there but I still enjoyed that interesting and professionally produced slide show. Sometimes it was hard to distinguish between Charles Garrett and Dick Stout. And was Jimmy Sierra really Alan Holcombe with a wig?
    Nigel Ingram looks the same now as he did then …

    That was well worth the time and effort you must have put in! Great.

  2. Robbie

    Great editing on the video. Very nice presentation. Nice music for it also.

  3. bill from lachine

    Thanks for putting the slide show together…..lots of well know detecting names in the mix and I must say you looked rather dapper in your fancy duds….lol.

    Regards + HH


  4. In the circumstances the word DAPPER is very apt because the word probably originates from a German (or Dutch) word meaning STOUT!

    … and for your homework next week … 🙂

  5. John H

    Without predjudice.

    Surely not, John. Anglo Saxon nomenclature has ‘Stout’ as meaning …. ‘Sober, upright, and Godley.’

    Whereas, ‘Richard’ (nee Dick) meant ‘Not very’.

  6. John Howland, someday your wife will receive a letter from me….you might want to think about digging out the suitcase.

  7. Bob Kerr

    That was a great slide show wish l could have been there, sure was a great (still are) group of people. The music was a nice touch.
    Hope the rain & cool weather has found Texas & you are willing to be out hunting.

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