A personal message to the people of the Indianapolis area

Now that my transfer out of Indy has been approved, this seems like the right time for me to share a few of my experiences and opinions of the place and people.

First, I would like to say that bar none, the people in Indianapolis have got to be about the rudest, most obnoxious people I've had the misfortune to live and work around. Daily I receive abuse insults and snide comments. Rumors and lies abound and your malicious gossip is ruing my reputation. Fortunately my real friends know who and what I am and don't attempt to label me as something unsavory or even worse.

Your addle brained, delusional beliefs are the product of a backwater. Indy is too big for its britches. You have an artificially inflated sense of your own self worth and identity. In short, perhaps the following link will help bring you back to earth. Lord knows you people are living in another galaxy, far far away. To say "it ain't that great" is putting it mildly.


You have a system set up here that discourages good, hard working people from not only wanting to work here but stay here. Seems like incompetence and laziness is at least encouraged and possibly rewarded judging by how I see people pass the buck on certain duties on a near daily basis. And you wonder why you can't find good, hard working employees? After the way I've been treated here I would never stay in the state of Indiana.

And if by some stroke of bad luck my transfer gets fouled up because of you people, I already have a job lined up in the southern part of the country through a friend with some good connections.

Keep your pretentious, rude obnoxious comments to yourselves. And the same goes for you addle brained thoughts. Essentially you behave like common thugs and bullies.

So long...

Another change in Plans

Yep. Nothing going according to what I laid out. A family matter that I am indirectly involved with is part of the problem and as a result, transferring to St. Louis may change to a transfer back to Kansas City. Or maybe something completely different. Will announce it here in the early Fall. I should know by that time if the problem is resolved.

A Move in the Works

Sometime this summer I will be bidding adieu to Indianapolis. My transfer to St. Louis has been approved. I plan to start looking for a place to live in July or August and once a rental is secured, I will be giving notice in Indy and relocating to the St. Louis area.

For now I plan to keep the home in the Cincinnati area and will decide by the end of the year what I will do with it. I may be letting a family member stay there for a while and if that comes to pass during the Summer, I won't be selling it or moving into it. I will be shopping for another home instead and likely in the area where I will be residing at that time.

Will keep you posted on the plans to return the Part 15 AM radio station to the airwaves right here.

Flying Flags

Noted a couple of issues with flying flags of different countries in Indianapolis recently. Here is a quick primer of how to fly the flag of another country along side that of the USA or any other country.

When you are flying two flags from two different countries (or more) they should ALWAYS been flown at the same height and on different flag poles. NEVER fly the flags of other countries beneath the flag of another country or beneath the flag of a country on the same flag pole.

Recently I saw the flag of Israel and the flag of Canada being flown at a lower height than the American flag in Indianapolis. This is a tremendous sign of disrespect to the country's whose flag is not being displayed at the same height as that of other countries.


I've been very busy with my day job since the start of the New Year. I've only taken about half a dozen days off during that time and was busy with other important activities such as car repairs and work at my house and could not devote any time to this Blog or The LPAM Network website. I will have some time to update both this Memorial Day weekend. Please check back on Monday or Tuesday to see the latest news on both sites.