As many of you know, I spent four years with Burlington Northern as a brakeman, conductor and trainmaster. I wrote about my experiences in my book "Burlington Northern Adventures: Railroading in the Days of the Caboose". I'm now an attorney in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, but I write frequently on railroad issues, and as my latest blog post shows, handle railroad legal issues. The picture above was taken on the set of "No God, No Master", which was filmed in Milwaukee this past summer. I play a prosecutor and the story is about the apprehension and trial of Sacco and Vanzetti, anarchists who blew up Wall Street in the 1920s. It was the first domestic terrorism in America. And for any of you coming to Augusta for the tournament in April, look me up at the 14th hole where I'll be working.