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SAIGON KID KEN YEAGER’S ATTEMPT AT WRITING A BOOK

Submitted by Ken Yeager (ACS)

Seems like everyone is writing a book these days, me included, although mine is not for publication. I started my book a few years ago and sort of wrapped it up this year. My purpose in writing was to provide some information to my son who grew up without a […]

Sunday In Germany: Why Me?

by Ken Yeager (ACS)

Why Me?

I’ve been thinking about this for a few days and decided it was time to set my thoughts to paper(?) so here goes.

I’ve been wondering how many SKs went in the direction that they had wanted to go as teenagers. Did you have the career you wanted? […]

Saigon Kids Stories: Past and Present — Spell Checkers, Rock’n Roll, Grammar Checkers, Foreign Languages, SHUT-IT, Peanut Butter and Jelly, Skunks, Possums and Coons, Raining Geckos …

Submitted by: Ken Yeager – (ACS and Dalat School) Frank Stoddard – (ACS) Suellen (Oliver) Campbell – (ACS) Admin – (ACS)

Ken Yeager: What happened to the spell checker?

Admin: The English spelling teacher took it, saying it was *cheating*! – lol – 🙂

Frank Stoddard: Spell Checker, I should have been hired.. Only people […]

Sunday In Germany: Drunk In Nha Trang

by Ken Yeager (ACS)

Never made it to Vung Tau, but spent a drunken weekend in Nha Trang with some other kids (normally I would withhold names to protect people, but frankly, I can’t remember who was there and no, it is not because I was in a total drunken state that I have forgotten). […]

Saigon Kid Memories: Eating Garlic Steak at Sing-Sing

by Ken Yeager (ACS)

Does anyone remember the little garage restaurant down the street from the PX/Commissary on Phan Dinh Phung called the Sing-Sing?

My dad, as a sergeant, was not invited to too many official functions but was occasionally.

Dad would give me a bit of money to take my little […]