In 1989, Nathan Daniels was a frustrated insurance salesman, struggling to make ends meet. Then blessed with tons of creativity, and a unique way with words, he began writing editorials and commentaries based on his life, as a man who has observed both joy and controversy in his travels Down America’s Mean Streets.
A daring voyager, Daniel’s journey has taken him from the scenic beaches of Miami, to the historic havens of Philadelphia. Now he wants to share his work with the rest of the world, and challenges readers to go on a safari, he describes as overwhelmingly gusty. Therefore, if you don’t want to hear what the man has to say, then I advise you to seek out writers who specialize in sugary sweet musings . But if you’re curious; come on in, take off your shoes and let it flow!
So, without further interruption, I present to you in smack-down, tough talking definition, Down America’s Mean Streets, and its creator Nathan "Bean" Daniels, hereafter known as "The Colonel."
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