Petrie was born on 3 June 1853 in Charlton, Kent, England, the son of William Petrie (1821–1908) and Anne (née Flinders) (1812–1892). Anne was the daughter of British Captain Matthew Flinders, who led the first circumnavigation of Australia (and whom Matthew was named after). William Petrie was an electrical engineer who developed carbon arc lighting and later developed chemical processes for Johnson, Matthey & Co.
Graffio has been an IT Manager, software developer, entrepreneur, researcher, junkyard caretaker and rancher. Abiding by the Golden Rule, to the extent possible, his mission has been to uncover hidden truths, inasmuch as truth can be known.
He believes in rational thought and rejects all relativism as relatively nonsensical.
So many books have appeared dealing with the view of the Bible, and treating it in every stage of knowledge, of belief, and of disbelief, that any fresh work of such a scope should state its historical whom general line of treatment, and the public for it is intended.
The purpose of this volume is to illustrate the general historical setting of the narratives of the Old Testament and Christian times to see how we must understand them as part of the history of the period to see what consistent conclusion we can reach on taking into account all the circumstances and to show the point of view of a general historian in regard to these narratives.
Buck Henry, unemployed soap maker, travels the Wild West with Tiger the beer drinking cat in search of adventure and a tall cold one at the end of the bar. Speaking of bars, have you ever wondered what soap is made of? Our first adventure starts in a beer bar and ends up with a soap bar, a big one. Our second adventure pits Tiger the cat against a ruthless road agent, who learns the hard way why cats have nine lives. Finally, we visit Buck in the last moments of his life. Is our dear Buck destined for the cemetery...or something else?