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Tepes" SASS#67108 -- Vice President & Public Relations...|
Bobcat Tepes came from a long
line of Eastern European Diplomats, after a few (dozen) "indescretions"
he was "reassigned" to various far away parts of the world. Eventually
he wound up in America where he decided that diplomatic negotiations worked
better from behind the barrel of a revolver, and a shotgun, and a derringer
or three and maybe another revolver... He currently resides in the desert
with Kitty who tries to keep him from sticking railroad spikes into annoying
people's body parts.
One of the reasons that he earned the
name "Bobcat" was because he is about as diplomatic as a Bobcat
with a wounded paw and Vlad Tepes (pronounced TEP-ISH which means "impaler"
in Romanian) was one of history's greatest diplomats. His real name of Teply
means "servant to the Impaler."
In reality, Darrin Teply is owner
of Teply Graphic Arts
& Publishing, LLC and has a long and colorful backround in the various
news medias, as well as graphic design, marketing, public relations, tourism
and medieval weapons. He can usually be found fighting for the fair and
equitable survival of Helper and its business community and promoting tourism
in Eastern Utah. He can also be found slaving away as a "general dogsbody"
at the Western Mining & Railroad Musuem usually in a funny outfit...
or else he doesn't get dinner. Ahhh... the life of a diplomat.
When prompted about the difficulties that
Cowboy Action Shooting has had in Carbon County, Darrin quotes Harry S.
Truman. "I never gave anyone hell. I just told them the truth and
they thought it was hell." And with Darrin's journalism background,
"truth" involves backup with video and an audio recorder or two.
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