Greg Pollock—a Longhorn fan and student on leave from UT’s Master of Science in Technology Commercialization program—wreaked a little Longhorn havoc during a February 2006 trip to Bosnia & Herzegovina.
While touring the nuclear bunker of former Yugoslavian president Josip Broz Tito, Pollock couldn’t resist picking up a bright orange “bat phone” and tossing up his horns for a picture. But the security officers on the tour weren’t so pleased: “Little did I know the phone was still live,” Pollock says. “All I said was the local time and hook ‘em horns!”
Pollock recently retired after 25 years of military service. During his 2006 Bosnia & Herzegovina assignment, he was working at NATO headquarters in Sarajevo.
David N. Currey:
The article implies that the crazy ants aren't in Texas yet ("...it'll be a very...
Oh how I miss access to Web of Science...
To be fair, you can read the abstract...
Great input, all! Now all we're missing is some historical record of the brandi...
Well now Mark, how do you really feel?
Jason makes a valid point. Your stateme...
don leonard 1961:
Iam old enuff to have seen 3 different gatsby films. I wonder if there was anot...