The roughness around the edges is part of Bill's charm. I have read his books and his columns for years, even clipped some for my scrap book. He tells it like it is, better than most, with compassion and empathy, and also stands up for the little-guy. Thank you for years of great reading and keep up the great work!Molly McClintockPS. Don't worry about learning to dress, now. That's also part of your charm!
Best Newspaper Columnist - 2003
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
HE DOES LOOK ALITLE BEAT UP AROUND THE EDGES, SOMETIMES HE LOOKED LIKE THAT WHEN WE WERE LITTLE KIDS PLAYING ON MORGAN STREET-ONLY SAW HIM BRIEFLY WHEN WE WERE MARINES, IWAKUNI, JAPAN, HE WAS LEAVING AND I JUST GOT THERE, HEY OLD FRIEND, GLAD YOU HAVE A LIFE THAT MATTERS AND A WAY TO MAKE YOURSELF HEARD, YOUR NAME EVEN CAME UP ON A SCUBA DIVING BOAT WITH SOME OF YOUR READERS, GRAND CAYMAN I THINK, MANY OF THE THINGS WE DID GROWING UP WOULD BE APPROPRIATE NOWADAYS, SEMPER FI, OLY