how to be a frequent flier
A hilarious, irreverent satire intended to teach the Golden Rule backwards, by negative example, the result of notes made on drink napkins over decades of business travel.
Everything written in the book actually happened, with or without a little artistic license here and there.
Underneath the harsh realities of how we treat each other in an arrogant world was another precursor for Streamside: the Golden Rule is straight from the Bible and it holds a key ingredient to the unity we have not yet learned to practice, on airplanes or in church or in the community.
Just as the book was ready to be released for publication, the author found himself caught inside Union Station in New York at 8:40 in the morning on September 11, 2001, a day when everything changed and the book was no longer so funny.
On that day, unity broke out among all Americans, and this book was rewritten as a dedication to the heroes who acted to help and to save the lives of others, selflessly.
About 100 copies remain.