We’re the Bookworm Cowboy from Lakeland, Florida. We’re originally from Riverside, New Jersey. We’re married to Tutti Cowgirl originally from Overland Park, Kansas, and we’re both retired. We’re a private person, keep to ourselves and take care of our wife, Tutti Cowgirl. We were both hard-core CB Radio enthusiasts for years, but the Internet came along, and we sold out. Today, we focus on enjoying our retirement by reading eBooks on our Fire Tablet; it is where we got our nickname. We use BibleGateway.com to study the word of God. We love hunting for deals on Amazon, eBay, etc. I play multi-player games as World of Tanks, World of Warships, World of Warplanes, Grand Theft Auto Online, Avakin Life, Chess.com, Lichess.org, Lidraughts.org, etc. We love viewing our favorite game players/teams on Dlive.tv, Twitch.tv or Storyfire. We ONLY enjoy classic TV shows or movies from the 50s, 60s, 70s, and 80s, the good stuff. I surf YouTube to find videos on Travel, Space Exploration, Gaming Tips, or listen to Music. You’ll find us on popular social platforms as PocketNet, Minds, Xephula, Mumblit and Telegram. Thanks for stopping in and please look at our list of Florida Attractions, Tiny Homes, Famous Grave’s, Photo Gallery, and Multiplayer Gaming.
Before Friendster, Myspace, Facebook, Instagram or Twitter. CB Radio was the original social media network people used in the United States and other parts of the world. People would give smoky reports, traffic and weather advisories, give directions, cut up and men love to report about all the fine-looking beavers; especially if the ladies’ were driving convertibles and the men jokingly claim to be driving by checking out the ladies seat-covers; LoL! I and Tutti Cowgirl were both hard-core CB Radio enthusiasts for years. Yep, back in the day, you rarely sew a car, truck or home without a CB Radio. We started when we were young and received our first CB Radio for our birthday. When we came home from school or work, we fired up the TV and our CB Radio; to chat the day and night away with our CB Radio friends from around the world! When we started into CB Radio, there were only 23 channels, and you needed an FCC license. The FCC allowed us to use our father’s call-sign of KAVJ-1318, until we moved out on our 18th birthday, and then we got our own call-sign of KBMV-3443. Our CB handle was the Bookworm. People jokingly gave us our CB handle because we spent lots of time reading books and loved to talk about what we were reading. In the 70s, they went from 23 to 40 channels. The need for an FCC license ended on April 28, 1983. However, the CB Radio lost much of its appeal because of the development of mobile phones and the internet. Yep, when the Internet came along, we got rid of our antenna’s, which were an eye-sore and sold out. You still have a small number who use the CB Radio today, and some tried Amateur Radio. However, Amateur Radio is suffering the same fate because of the development of mobile phones and the internet. In time, both hobbies will fade away into history as more people fall in love with the Internet.
We’re Tutti Cowgirl from Lakeland, Florida. We’re originally from Overland Park, Kansas. We’re married to Bookworm Cowboy and we’re both retired. We’re a cautious woman, keep to ourselves and take care of our husband, Bookworm Cowboy. We were both hard-core CB Radio enthusiasts for years, and it’s how we first met. Today, we enjoy life playing online games, sewing, quilting, chatting on Skype and listening to Music. We love hunting for deals around town, on Amazon, eBay, etc. We ONLY enjoy classic TV shows or movies from the 50s, 60s, 70s, and 80s, the good stuff. I enjoy YouTube to find videos on Sewing, Quilting, Cross Stitch, Olympic Gymnastics Games and Music. You’ll find us playing games as Fairway Solitaire, Farm Frenzy, Fruit Ninja, Ranch Rush, My Restaurant Empire, Cooking Festival, and more. I listed our sites, social media, and other links below. Thanks for stopping in and please look over our Florida Attractions, Tiny Homes, Famous Grave’s, Photo Gallery, and Multiplayer Gaming.
We are both libertarians. A libertarian is committed to the principle that liberty is the most important political value. Liberty means being free to make your own choices about your own life, that what you do with your body and your property ought to be up to you. Other people must not forcibly interfere with your liberty, and you must not forcibly interfere with theirs. We don’t belong or support political parties. Today, political parties, lobbyists and billionaires are buying off our politicians to strip away Public Liberty. With big money comes access, and the corruption of our representative government. It’s time to get big money out of politics. Politicians shouldn’t be bought and paid for by the wealthy and powerful. America has been dominated by two major political parties since shortly after the founding, and it needs to end. We have the right to criticize the government, and even this right is being stripped away. In fact, the government has become increasingly intolerant of speech on the Internet. If we lose freedom of the Internet town square, there will be no place to escape, we will be silent. All this has happened because we allowed two major political parties to take control, and it ruins Public Liberty.
Thankfully, people developed alternative platforms as PocketNet, Minds, Xephula, CloutHub, USA.Life, Telegram, Steemit, MeWe, Mumblit, Odysee, BitTube.tv. Please join the conversation on these platforms to find solutions to this and other problems facing our republic. These platforms are making a stand against Internet censorship because they believe it is the right thing to do. These platforms are funded by the people, and they need your help to keep the platforms available long term, every bit matters and is very much appreciated
“To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment.”
“The way I see it, if you want the rainbow, you gotta put up with the rain.”
“You can’t change anyone, you can only change your relationship with people. So ALL you can do is tell them to go.”
“Sometimes the hardest part isn’t letting go but rather learning to start over.”
“Maybe it’s not always about trying to fix something broken. Maybe it’s about starting over and creating something better.”
“Letting go means to come to the realization that some people are a part of your history, but not a part of your destiny.”