Oh, let's see... I was a radio broadcaster (one of the originals at XM Satellite Radio), an award-winning communist, I mean COLUMNIST, news director and whatnot. Then I got diagnosed with Parkinson's disease in 2000. I sold apples on the street corner until Gail told me to come in the house and quit making a scene. So I got a job with the Federal Government as a writer-editor until I retired last March. Now I devote my time to righting the wrongs of the right wing by writing. I also try to raise money for Parkinson's disease research. And I'm usually constipated.