Scott Thrower, RN

Little Rock, Arkansas, US • 3:02 PM Local Time

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Scott Thrower, RN

Category Audiobooks
Language English (North American)
Voice Age Senior (55+)
Description A story about a dangerous, gun - toting grandfather with poor hearing. Read with a bit of a Texas drawl, in a Sam Elliott sort of voice. Gritty, blue-collar and somewhat sarcastic.
Transcript Note: Transcripts are automatically transcribed and may contain errors.
when I was a young pup in Borger, Texas. It was made clear to me very early on that I needed to let folks know I was around. That teaching came directly from my grandpappy chloral Schettler chloral was bent up and spend Lee like some arthritic mesquite tree. He'd been that way since 1942. A Japanese soldier jumped his *** in the jungle on Guadalcanal and beat chloral half to death with the butt of a rifle. Last minute, chloral grabbed in 1911 45 pistol out of the mud and splattered that Japs brains all the way back to Okinawa. But the damage was done. Chloral lost about 80% of his hearing and hearing is like a two legged dog ain't ever coming back. I hadn't been around long when chloral made it real clear to me that when I came near him, he couldn't hear me. He didn't want any surprises. Is he still had that cold 1911 45 in case somebody did surprise him