On this page (Astonishing Stories 4):
Two Christmas Teds, Both Dead
Encounters with Greatness: The Night Jimmy Carter
Saved My Life
The Four Hundred Dollar Bonus: How Crime Did Not Pay
Closing pictures and About the Author
Dino Palazzola in front of his mobile home, Ann Street, Athens, Georgia:
Sign reads, "Will Work for Food, God bless."
Pictured above: The Arsenault Realty Office where the $50 million check was written to the Department of Real Estate and Finance at the University of Georgia, 2007, 16 years before Mr. Ray Arsenault's death, of which those 16 years were the most fulfilling and many-friendly of his entire life. And like Sam Walton, he had thought that owning a pick-up truck would bring on friends.
<--Pictured beside: Michael Rittenberry, one of an estimated fifty musical savants in the world as of 2007, at his job bagging and toting groceries at the Kroger Shopping Center, in the shadow of the School of Music at the mighty University of Georgia, where--if they knew of him--he would be named the Regents Professor of Musicology.
Pictured above: From right to left, James O. Wheeler, Dino's new wife, Dino Pallazzolo in the parking lot of the Oconee Street Waffle House, the site of the nearby Christmas day wedding reception, following the wedding at the Cornerstone Baptist Church, January, 2007.