On August 11, 2014, Noah’s Ark didn’t look like fiction in southeastern Michigan. A severe thunderstorm came through so viciously, not only did many people lose their homes, a few people actually died. Five years later, Popp reflects on that day.
Nothing sends chills down your spine like being utterly alone in the wilderness and hearing total silence set in.
Popp lived in a haunted apartment in New York and given the state’s history, it’s not surprising.
Retired First Sergeant Terrence Popp has a message for the President of the United States. Tweet this to the President.
In the Army, you’re guilty until proven innocent.
There are good leaders and bad leaders. Does gender matter?
It’s all fun and games until someone accuses you of bigamy.
Chicks are hitting the wall earlier in some parts of the country, and it may be getting worse.
When you barely make it, you wonder if you should be doing it at all.
Did you know that horses could get venereal disease? I didn’t.
A new state can bring new challenges, even for an Army grunt who has seen everything.
We’ve all heard about the different colors of trash. Upstate New York has red trash. What the hell?