FakeBook the necropolis of the human kind.

Ah the grand ole FakeBook the necropolis of the human mind of earthly kind. Seems as if it’s not online or that if FakeBook can’t find it, it does not exist. In reality there was a world(sounds like the intro to a drama movie, don’t it?)  long before there was an Internet. Organizations, politics and historical knowledge of other eras are some that were only briefly if ever recorded into any data bank. Example; If one was to look up anything on the original Independent Truckers Association, you’d be hard pressed to find anything on that organization. Likewise the Roadmasters. Although its kinship to otr trucking is of many milestones. If one were to search for information on the TeenAge Truckers Association that was the grassroots organization to what is now the Iron Knytes Association the parent of the Knytes-of-Dixie, and the Hazzard County Knytes, outside of what I jot down, there’s little to no record. Which is funny stupid since back in the formation of the TeenAge Truckers Association which was and is the ONLY 4-H Registered Truck Transportation youth organization. Yet we wrote a weekly column in what then was the Gooding County Leader newspaper. Think you can find even one copy of that today? Nope. But it goes to a point here. Just because its not searchable online in any data bank, today, don’t mean it did not exist or happen, its just that some tech geek never entered it into a data bank. So How was your day? More tonight on the show, and we’ll be talking about this and those who think its cool to be Confederate today, but yet have no idea what that really means.

See you on the air on: http://www.spreaker.com/Ayrewolf

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