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William M. Burgess III's
Sketches (spreadsheet) - to acknowledge many who, despite having achieved
a high degree excellence in their work, have yet to achieve proportional
Ty Cobb Once Kill A Man?
Assessing Ty Cobb as The Greatest All-Around Baseball Player Who Ever
About the Author
I was working in the NYC post office before I even graduated from HS. In the 70's, I worked for the NYC PO, while I trained to be a professional dancer. I worked as a night club rock dancer in 1972 with the amazing Carol Fasano of Brooklyn,in a west Greenwich Village(NYC)club named Trude Heller's & loved it. I had tried a year of college at Manhattan College, Bronx, NY('69-70). Got in one mile race. I also worked with a regional ballet company in Mt. Laurel, NJ.
Burned out on pro dancing around '77. Found my present religion, Eckankar, in 1975 and am still with it. In fact, they offered me a job in their headquarters in Menlo Park, CA in 1979 and I accepted their offer and worked there for a year & loved that too. In the meantime, I discovered the lower San Francisco bay area (Silicon Valley). During the 80's I drove a cab & started my own window washing business. I still service about a hundred customers, and since 1999 I'm also an adult care giver. I now do both and enjoy my life immensely. Although I have been involved in 3 serious relationships in my life, I'm now single and still hope to meet the right woman. I'd enjoy hearing from old friends. I still love dancing to oldies, baseball research, chess, movies, surfing the web, dating, reading, TV, and most normal things.
Much of my time is now spent online, working on my baseball databases. I enjoy the act of searching online for info. And enlist many librarians to assist me.