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Robert Clyde Moore

Bio: ABOUT THE ODD-DUCK A UTHOR (facts in italics)<p>Robert Clyde Moore, aka Bob, was born and raised in Kansas. "Let go of my ankle, Toto." As a teenager, Bob made a state freshman high school shot put record, became the first Kansas Intercollegiate Chess Champion, and was a runner-up to Mr. Teen (sponsored by Teen Magazine).<p>Bob came from a long line of old buzzards. His great, great, great grandmother, born in 1764, made Ripley's Believe It or Don't! She was out walking at 115, got run over by a train, and was no Moore. "Moral: drink another beer, the end may be sooner that you think."<p>Bob is listed in Jeremy Gaige's Chess Personalia, a biobibliography ("what a mouthful") of "the great and near great of chess. " He is the author of Two-Move Chess Problems and holds several related world records in chess composition, the main record of I S half-pins is a "staggering achievement" (Sir Jeremy Morse). "But perhaps my greatest achievement was working in the Air Force for 20 years without getting kicked out." Actually Bob received numerous awards and decorations including the Meritorious Service Medal and the Joint Service Commendation Medal. Besides chess, his other hobbies include reading, writing, thinking ("I'm drowning in my think tank."), and becoming a dirty old man.<p>Bob lives in the wastelands of Oklahoma in a trailer with shot guns and attack dogs. His wife Ginny informs him that he is happily married. They have children to the third power. Bob reflects that the dogs have not disappointed him.



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1 Oddball Squadron [MultiFormat]
by Robert Clyde Moore
  Sergeant Bob Steele catches militaritis. He wants to make retirement, but he is surrounded by crazies at Oddball Squadron and in his personal life. Commander Backtrail wants to get rid of him and the other perverts. Meanwhile, Major Headshrinker, the base psychiatrist, becomes famous by writing papers on them. When Sergeant Bob is tagged for war games, this bad luck interferes with his womanizing and drinking. War games are hell! But when he returns to work, the real battles start. Several chara... more info>> (Published: 2006)

Words: 76829 - Reading Time: 219-307 min.
Category: Humor/Mainstream
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