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The Profound and Illegible Tales of Jim the Wild Man

March 30, 2018

             Well I must say, it has been quite a while since I have written a blog. I have been getting a lot of messages lately asking me “When is the next blog coming out?!” Ok well, a lot of messages coming from my one and only super fan who remains anonymous..(I d...

August 3, 2017

  

          It has been some time since I’ve written any new blogs. Fear not, as I have many profound and life changing tales to tell! As my kids get older, I find myself designating more of my free time to do fun things with them. At night, when they go to bed, m...

February 14, 2017

Here we go again with another amazing story from the field!  I’ve taken a break from the blog lately (my one subscriber has been heartbroken) due to my life being hectic. I was debating on what story I was going to tell for this particular blog and then I realized I ha...

November 23, 2016

Happy Thanksgiving to everyone! My last blog was a special Halloween story that, in my opinion, was a perfect way to end the day. It is difficult for me to tell a story with a Thanksgiving theme I am sad to say. It could be that I am not creative enough to connect Than...

October 31, 2016

Happy Halloween to all of you who are paying attention to my growing list of error laden blog entries. I thought I would be festive and write a blog with an appropriately named title for this national day of darkness.  I love Halloween for some reason. Maybe it’s just...

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If someone would have told me ten years ago that I would eventually become a business owner, a wildlife control specialist, a husband and a father among other things I would have laughed and shrugged my shoulders at them. Isn’t it strange how series of events in your life carve a path for you that only you can follow? I graduated from The University of South Alabama with a degree in biology and a double minor in geology and chemistry. I knew that I wanted a good government job somewhere like in a national park for instance but eventually realized the error in my thinking. In order to get one of “those” jobs in the field of biology, a person must have years of experience, the person who currently has the desired position has to croak (no one really gives up those types of jobs...(enter picture of 75yr old dude with a ranger hat on sleeping in his truck)) or I would simply need a PhD in that field of study. Those were not good options for me. I worked as a bartender at the country club for 5 years while trying to find a biology related position that actually paid enough to live on. I eventually saw an advertisement for a “Wildlife Biologist” position available in my town. So I applied and found that it was not really a biologist position but something pretty damn close so I took the job. I worked for a large wildlife control company for over 5 years and began to ponder my future. Staying as a technician in that capacity was not leading me to any type of success, delusions of grandeur mostly just waiting for the next big opportunity. I had to step away and start being successful in m