My name is Stanley Mathis, the founder of Stanley Mathis Enterprise Online, poet, a Navy Veteran, apparel designer, blogger, an ex-con, three times, near 60, single, love the ladies twerking, and copywriter of web pages in Google's #1 position of relevance (below those paying ads search engines try to trick you with) when searching for ....
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Aside from Jerry Jones selling small framed copies of my poem, America's Team, throughout his pro shops, in 1997, I grew up hunting and fishing with Jimmy and Jerry Jones, the younger brothers of Cleveland Browns, Joe "Turkey" Jones, cousins to the Washington Redskins first great Wide Receiver, Charlie Taylor.
I attended Oliver Wendell Holmes Middle School with NFL's Sports Field Analyst, Pam Oliver, but didn't know her, former San Diego Chargers Wide Receiver of the 80's, John (Washington) Jefferson, and former Philadelphia Phillies, Detroit Tigers, and New York Yankees Pitcher, who lived down the street from me on Lea Crest Dr., Charles Hudson.
I also got to know the football player who revolutionized the game, to create the "Zone Defense," Dallas Cowboys, "Bullet" Bob Hayes, who swam, ran, and played basketball with us kids at Deerpath Park, growing up. Dallas Cowboys Defensive Lineman, Jethro Pugh, was also a Substitute Teacher, who, on some occasions, taught us at John Neely Bryan Elementary School.
I know, and balled at Singing Hills Recreation Center with former New York Knicks, LSU basketball great, DeWaine Scales, and Texas A&M Aggies, Vernon Smith, may he rest in peace. They were two standout college basketball players from out of Dallas' David W. Carter High. Phillip Harris, their Shooting Guard, was a pretty close friend of mine, as well.