Biography of Jeff Gangwer
Jeff Gangwer grew up in Parkdale, Keizer, Woodburn, and Salem, Oregon. He majored in English Education and minored in American Government Education. In 2011, he began teaching English Language Arts. He enjoys movies, music, audiobooks, and stand-up comedy. He also enjoys hiking, paintball, road running, shotgun shooting, and tennis. He lives in Utah with his lovely wife, Rebeca.
- Decisions...Decisions -new-
- Consulting The Bones -new-
- Developing The Curriculum / Sexy Words -new-
- Hot Pocket Holes -new-
- Son-Of-A-B*tching B*st*rds -new-
- Meetings And Minds (And Mine) -new-
- Dairy Queen It! -new-
- A Tiny Tornado -new-
- Like A Broken Rec— -new-
- Intestinal Worms And Top Ramen Noodles -new-
- Joseph Malins Was Right -new-
Jeff Gangwer Poems
Decisions... ...decisions.... "Choices"...
Non Sequiturs Exist...
Non sequiturs exist so we can drive to the nearest Apollo Burger restaurant
A Stolen Kiss / Buko
I kissed Megan Senter on the lips— but only because she said that I could kiss her on the cheek—
Thank You, Bixby Snyder
Even after several decades of excellence, I still think that Bixby Snyder's line, "I'd buy that for a dollar! " is the greatest line in cinematic history
I Grew Up Watching Ed O'neill
I grew up watching Ed O'Neill, but I only knew him as Al Bundy— one of the most remarkably unremarkable protagonists in the sordid history of Fox television sitcoms:
Days And Games
I remember days and games in the city— Kick the Can and Capture the Flag— peddling fiercely from Nevin's house; blasting through stop signs
Sugar And Plastic
When I was young and still hooked on sugar and plastic...
I saw my inheritance in a look that we share—
...Too Young To Know
The earliest memory of my father involves a newly-installed toilet... ...and an apple that I flushed down
My Erector Set And The Electron Guns
At gran'ma's place on the farm, I tinkered with my Erector set at the table— With nuts and with bolts
...On Cascade Dairy
I learned to work on Cascade Dairy— on the ol' Carter Homestead in Parkdale, Oregon—
In 1984...on September's fourth Sunday... ...Nancy gave birth to Jeffrey He was blue from a lack of oxygen
Workers Of The Earth
I thank the workers of the earth— those who plant and those who harvest— The same who cultivate
Are you like me? Do you enjoy the ride?
Are you like me?
Do you enjoy the ride?
Which part of the ride is your favorite?
Do you most enjoy the slow buildup of the climb...?
Or do you most enjoy the heart-stopping exhilaration of the fall...?
What do you enjoy most?
Are you like me......?