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Interests: Robert G. Yetman, Jr. enjoys a diverse professional existence as a writer and instructor on a wide variety of topics, to include politics, finance, physical conditioning, and survival. Bob maintains several blogs, and is the Managing Editor of The Jim Paris Report (www.jimparisnewsletter.com), a monthly journal of self-reliance that addresses a variety of topics, including politics, small business and finance, health and fitness, survival, and Bible prophecy. He is a member of the Society of American Business Editors and Writers, and spent over 20 years as a principal on behalf of registered investment advisers, securities broker-dealers, mortgage brokerages, and real estate companies. Bob's diverse writing resume includes such titles as Investor's Passport (John Wiley & Sons), which introduces more sophisticated global investment strategies to the non-professional investor, as well as Ultimate Combat Conditioning for the Street Warrior (Paladin Press), a manual on hard-core conditioning and self-defense techniques for the citizen. On that last note, Bob is also a Certified Fitness Trainer and Certified Specialist in Martial Arts Conditioning, and works with partner Sensei Mike Reeves, a 10-time ISKA World Karate Champion, at Over the Edge Training, Inc. (www.mikereevesonline.com), teaching fitness, fighting techniques, and psychological strategies to both combat athletes as well as ordinary citizens seeking proficiency in self-defense. Bob Yetman was born and raised in the Greater Boston area. Following military service, he was educated at Boston University and Stetson University. He holds a BA degree in Psychology, and has earned a wide variety of professional licenses and designations. He currently resides in Florida. Beyond it all, he has little patience with the humorless; regardless of one’s political inclinations, he loves a good joke, and, very often, the darker and/or more obscene…the better. He doesn’t know if he may ultimately have to answer to God for that, but actually like his chances, which is but one of many cues to his irritating arrogance and most undeserved sense of self-importance. As for IQ, he has learned that he is a bit brighter than a kitchen blender and about on par with the average house cat, although is persistently dismayed that his technique at using the litter box is not nearly as smooth as that demonstrated by said house cat.