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Offline Zero2Cool  
#11 Posted : Sunday, March 22, 2009 11:39:49 PM(UTC)
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Here's the link to his book for those who had troubles finding it. It took me a minute. Although it was largely my fault cuz I went to Amazon.com first. :oops:

Lens of Life: Life Happens, One Still Image at a Time

From the preview, it looks very nice!
Offline Cheesey  
#12 Posted : Sunday, March 22, 2009 11:45:58 PM(UTC)
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No pictures of "Cheesey" in his book..........that slight will keep it off the "top 10" sellers list.
LOLOLOL!!!
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#13 Posted : Sunday, March 22, 2009 11:46:50 PM(UTC)
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Nice stuff, Tripp!

Especially the story about Christopher.. I never knew that story.
Offline Trippster  
#14 Posted : Monday, March 23, 2009 11:41:02 AM(UTC)
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Thanks Formo, and Cheesey, it was a PG rated book. didn't want it in the "back room"....
Offline Trippster  
#15 Posted : Monday, March 23, 2009 11:41:59 AM(UTC)
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Great interview Tripp!! You have lived in many different places, with traveling through that state many times to get to WI, Colorado is the most gorgeous state to visit.

I am also glad that you are a Brett Favre fan just like me. I have never met the guy in person although would love to sit down and have a beer with the guy and just learn about his life.

I am hoping someday to get to meet you in person, you are one very classy guy!!! I am honored that you are my friend.

Great interview pick for next.


Looking forward to meeting you too someday Heather, now that I live in Milwaukee it will be easier for us to get together when you are back this way.
Offline zombieslayer  
#16 Posted : Monday, March 23, 2009 2:44:07 PM(UTC)
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Tripp - That was a good read. So, you're a financial advisor, right? So, is it time to panic?

Loved what you said about DD. He's my favorite Packer right now and that really enforces why.

As for Singletary, I'll have to let my Niners friend know about that. Had no idea. I've always known he was highly intelligent because we'd watch him play us twice a year and you could tell.

I would have loved to see Nugent. I like how he plays, and also like some of his political views.

I now have a taste for steak and creamed spinach.
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#17 Posted : Monday, March 23, 2009 8:25:16 PM(UTC)
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I know Zombie.....when i saw he got to see "The Nuge" i was jealous!

I LOVED the TV show "Wanted, Ted or alive"
It was only on for one season i believe, but he took liberal tree huggers and made them live off the land for a week. It was FUN to see them TRY to survive!
I wish it was still on!!!
Offline Trippster  
#18 Posted : Tuesday, March 24, 2009 12:18:14 PM(UTC)
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Tripp - That was a good read. So, you're a financial advisor, right? So, is it time to panic?

Loved what you said about Donald Driver. He's my favorite Packer right now and that really enforces why.

As for Singletary, I'll have to let my Niners friend know about that. Had no idea. I've always known he was highly intelligent because we'd watch him play us twice a year and you could tell.

I would have loved to see Nugent. I like how he plays, and also like some of his political views.

I now have a taste for steak and creamed spinach.


No time to panic. Actually, probably the best time to get into the market that you will ever see in your or my lifetime. This is when people get rich. If you believe the country will weather the storm, put whatever you have into the market, heavey on the financial sector. Leave it there for 5 years and you will thank me.

Love Donald....Just a great guy. To me, who they are as a person is as important as what they do on the field.

Singletary is an extrememly religious guy. Used to see him all the time at a church I used to attend in Barrington, IL. To see him come off the bench just to kneel next to Noble and pray was truly an AHA moment for me. the only authentic Packer jersey I have bought is a #91 in honor of Noble and that moment. It does have my name on the back though and people always ask why #91 as no one of importance has worn it in a while. Met Noble a couple of years ago and discussed that moment. He appreciated Singletary coming out there, and noted that Forrest Gregg (the coach) never did. Brian never forgot that. I couldn't stand Gregg as a coach.

I firmly believe that we are put on this earth by God to see how we get through it. We need each other. I also think that God will judge us mainly on how we helped and treated each other. I think that is why it is so rewarding when you help someone, whether anyone knows it or not.

Ted was a little "out there" even when I watched him in his buddies garage. Wild, but really, really nice. He was in college at the time and I was a freshman in high school. yet, he and his bandmates would make us feel comfortable and welcomed.
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#19 Posted : Tuesday, March 24, 2009 6:59:39 PM(UTC)
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Tripp - That was a good read. So, you're a financial advisor, right? So, is it time to panic?

Loved what you said about Donald Driver. He's my favorite Packer right now and that really enforces why.

As for Singletary, I'll have to let my Niners friend know about that. Had no idea. I've always known he was highly intelligent because we'd watch him play us twice a year and you could tell.

I would have loved to see Nugent. I like how he plays, and also like some of his political views.

I now have a taste for steak and creamed spinach.


No time to panic. Actually, probably the best time to get into the market that you will ever see in your or my lifetime. This is when people get rich. If you believe the country will weather the storm, put whatever you have into the market, heavey on the financial sector. Leave it there for 5 years and you will thank me.

Love Donald....Just a great guy. To me, who they are as a person is as important as what they do on the field.

Singletary is an extrememly religious guy. Used to see him all the time at a church I used to attend in Barrington, IL. To see him come off the bench just to kneel next to Noble and pray was truly an AHA moment for me. the only authentic Packer jersey I have bought is a #91 in honor of Noble and that moment. It does have my name on the back though and people always ask why #91 as no one of importance has worn it in a while. Met Noble a couple of years ago and discussed that moment. He appreciated Singletary coming out there, and noted that Forrest Gregg (the coach) never did. Brian never forgot that. I couldn't stand Gregg as a coach.

I firmly believe that we are put on this earth by God to see how we get through it. We need each other. I also think that God will judge us mainly on how we helped and treated each other. I think that is why it is so rewarding when you help someone, whether anyone knows it or not.

Ted was a little "out there" even when I watched him in his buddies garage. Wild, but really, really nice. He was in college at the time and I was a freshman in high school. yet, he and his bandmates would make us feel comfortable and welcomed.


You are the type of guy I could sit and pick the brain of for HOURS. The wealth of knowledge and stories you have, are more than intriguing. Would be pretty nice meeting you in person and blessing you with a PURPUL JEEZUS jersey. =D
Offline Cheesey  
#20 Posted : Tuesday, March 24, 2009 8:08:42 PM(UTC)
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Tripp - That was a good read. So, you're a financial advisor, right? So, is it time to panic?

Loved what you said about Donald Driver. He's my favorite Packer right now and that really enforces why.

As for Singletary, I'll have to let my Niners friend know about that. Had no idea. I've always known he was highly intelligent because we'd watch him play us twice a year and you could tell.

I would have loved to see Nugent. I like how he plays, and also like some of his political views.

I now have a taste for steak and creamed spinach.


No time to panic. Actually, probably the best time to get into the market that you will ever see in your or my lifetime. This is when people get rich. If you believe the country will weather the storm, put whatever you have into the market, heavey on the financial sector. Leave it there for 5 years and you will thank me.

Love Donald....Just a great guy. To me, who they are as a person is as important as what they do on the field.

Singletary is an extrememly religious guy. Used to see him all the time at a church I used to attend in Barrington, IL. To see him come off the bench just to kneel next to Noble and pray was truly an AHA moment for me. the only authentic Packer jersey I have bought is a #91 in honor of Noble and that moment. It does have my name on the back though and people always ask why #91 as no one of importance has worn it in a while. Met Noble a couple of years ago and discussed that moment. He appreciated Singletary coming out there, and noted that Forrest Gregg (the coach) never did. Brian never forgot that. I couldn't stand Gregg as a coach.

I firmly believe that we are put on this earth by God to see how we get through it. We need each other. I also think that God will judge us mainly on how we helped and treated each other. I think that is why it is so rewarding when you help someone, whether anyone knows it or not.

Ted was a little "out there" even when I watched him in his buddies garage. Wild, but really, really nice. He was in college at the time and I was a freshman in high school. yet, he and his bandmates would make us feel comfortable and welcomed.


You are the type of guy I could sit and pick the brain of for HOURS. The wealth of knowledge and stories you have, are more than intriguing. Would be pretty nice meeting you in person and blessing you with a PURPUL JEEZUS jersey. =D

Formo........I have been fortunate enough to have been able to spend several days with Trippster, and he DOES have some great stories! He's a fun guy to be with, and genuinely cares about others. And he NEVER does it for a pat on the back. He does it out of love and compassion.
Thats the kind of person he is.
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