I have been writing since I was eight years old. I have file folders full of written material, some of which I have published, most of which I have not. I've always had a curious nature which has led me to an intellectual exploration of this world layer by layer, delving deep into my subject matter to expose what lies beneath the surface. This fascinates me and has taught me that there is so much more to our world than what most can even conceive of. I am not afraid of controversial subjects and in fact derive a great deal of satisfaction by diving right to the heart of controversial material. It is my goal to continue this exploration and to share my discoveries in hopes that they may open the door to discussions from which we can all learn.
Larry Ottoviani officially lost his job after seven years with the 7Up Bottling Company for doing the one thing that helped him counteract the anxiety in his personal life. That one thing was feeding hungry cats. “I love cats and don’t like to see them go hungry,” Ottoviania said. “When I’m feeding cats I can forget everything else for awhile.” Ottoviani had been warned several times by his supervisor not to feed the cats. The official termination notice dated Jan. 4, 2012, stated that Ottoviani violated his “last chance agreement not to feed the cats on company time and/or company property.” While Ottoviani does not deny feeding cats, he denied doing so during company time and on comp