A.M. I plan to take my message to the world. I want to help inspire, motivate, and deliver the message that, you can achieve anything you set your mind to. I was a young boy that grew up witnessing domestic violence and being told I would never amount to anything. I was bombarded by all sorts of negativity and unable to read. Still, I graduated with a 2.0 GPA. If I can achieve my dreams, then the next person can achieve their dreams as well.My Father lost his childhood at age 12 at the death of his 65 year old Father from a stroke. At that point he became the responsible adult, providing all household income supporting himself and his Mother. During the Great Depression they subsisted off the sales of eggs from their chickens, with a few goats providing fresh milk. Their only other source of income being a paper route my Dad walked daily.F. B. salvage yards near me , in your book you mention that you went from working in a scrap yard, to managing a multi-billion dollar company. Can you tell the readers how you did that?After a year L. found out about a shelter that would allow homeless people in with ESAs; she applied and was accepted on the grounds that L.C. would be officially declared a therapy animal, since L. was found to be traumatized by her experiences (as was her cat). Finally, she thought, life was safe again; L.C. could now relax and allow her mom to care for her.Unfortunately, L. let her guard down too soon, letting her cat run free in a park unfamiliar to her one day, thinking L.C. needed some fresh air and exercise since she was having trouble adjusting to indoor life again. Before long unleashed dogs were set on her by some idiot who considered it highly amusing, and the little tabby headed out of the park, her human running after her frantically calling her, and into a place even worse. L.C. chose a yard completely filled with junked vehicles and parts, other assorted garbage--a veritable rats' paradise--and about eight dogs, not to mention about as many small children who were about as civilized as these junkyard dogs. The adults, as well, matched their juvenile and canine counterparts in disposition and mentality.So, if you are looking for used auto parts, you could consider going to an auto salvage yard, rather than buying the parts new. Did you know that up to 76% of the parts of an inoperable car can still be salvaged? These levels are higher than those of any other complex and mass produced item.Starting tonight, with the Block Party at the Village Learning Place on St. Paul, you can see some great children's music at 5:30pm (Mikel and Lisa from Milkshake) followed by local Americana from Caleb Stine and the Brakemen at 7pm. They put on a great show, so if you haven't seen 'em, check it out.Nowadays, separate communities have their own websites. If you do have such websites, you can check your advertisements and attract a number of buyers for your vehicle.