About Fred

Fred Parry

Fred Parry

Hi! I’m Fred Parry and welcome to my new Blog!

On this site you will find my ongoing topics of interest under various categories … business, family, etc.

My reasons for creating this site are:

  1. A passion to write
  2. To make constructive connections
  3. To add my “2 cents worth”
  4. To get others’ 2 cents worth too

So thanks for your interest and ‘comment’ whenever you like!

Or click on the following link to watch my blog comments on Youtube:

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  4. Hello Fred,

    I hope you know of and understand copyright infringement. That aurora borealis photo you posted of Nome, Alaska showing the Emergency Services Bldg belongs to me and it is copyrighted material.

    • Dear John,
      I would not knowingly use anyone’s photo without the understanding that I was free to do so.
      As I understand it, if you are referring to the use of a Wikipedia photo of a US Air Force GPS controller, the following *permission details applies – indicating that as a work of the federal government, the image is in the public domain.
      However, if you can verify that this photo was taken by you (since no original credit to the photo was indicated), I would be happy to add your name. Regards, Fred P.

      *Permission details
      This image or file is a work of a U.S. Air Force Airman or employee, taken or made as part of that person’s official duties. As a work of the U.S. federal government, the image or file is in the public domain.

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