Ray B. Rogers

Author of Depression Baby and more!

Category: Character and Characters

Aaron’s Escapades

When I enrolled in Waynesville Township Junior High as an eighth grader, I immediately had something in common with classmate Aaron Hyatt. A fellow classmate attempted to bully me and (more…)

Ep. 36 – The Lost Art


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I was afraid this might be a little risqué, but here goes… And rest assured, this was recorded on a weekday—and besides, it’s probably not what you think, folks.

But just have a listen as I explain The Lost Art… Show Notes

Ep. 1 – Nudity and Grand Theft on Richland Creek

In this very first episode of the Depression Baby podcast, Ray B. Rogers tells why you should stay alert around Richland Creek.

The podcast should be on iTunes shortly, where you can easily subscribe. You can now listen on Apple Podcasts (formerly iTunes Podcasts). (more…)

Zell Miller Left Us With HOPE

Zell Miller was born on February 24th, 1932. the same day of the month that my dad was born, but a different year. They were similar in many ways. Both were lifelong conservative Democrats. Both were educators. Zell is the only man to have been the keynote speaker at both the Democrat and Republican Conventions.

Zell Miller died on March 23, 2018. He has left the (more…)

Readin’, Ritin’, and Rithmetic…and Aaron McDuff

Frank Lee Rogers and Willie Boone Medford Rogers, my father and mother, moved to the Tom Crawford house in the Aaron McDuff Community about 1935. Houses in the country had names in those times, not just sterile street numbers. Most houses were named for the first family to occupy the house, or for the individual who lived there for a long period of time. (more…)

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