This book is intended to make you laugh possibly cry and even a chance it will make you pause and for a moment and reflect on your life. It is relating to issues, happenings and even funny things faced by the Author in his many years in the Criminal Justice Field while doing Bail Bonds. Many issues are addressed pertaining to requirements to perform Bail Bonds in the state of Virginia. The Author reminisces about how things used to be in the Bail Bonds Field while comparing them to todays Bail Bonds requirements. He uses the term This ain't no dog while referring to this is true. To sum things up the Author has many things to talk about, while doing so in his own words speaking effluent Hillbillyontics. The Author Clyde E. Sparks is from the Tazewell County area of Southwest Virginia. While staying mostly in the Newbern Virginia area now residing in a one hundred sixty year old house named Stonehenge. The house was named by Gen. James Alexandra Walker who built the house and lived there. Dr. Sparks as he is referred to by many of his prior student's, taught in the eight Colleges where he taught Criminal Justice and security. While being intimidated because he had no college degrees during his first college he taught at he began to pursue his education and before he finished he had achieved Two Associates, a Bachelor's, a Master's and a PhD in Criminal Justice, Law and Safety Engineering plus several hundred certificates from different entities of State and Federal Agencies.