This week, we talk with one of the Bay area's most respected lawmen.
Hillsborough County Sheriff David Gee says he wants to have a heart to heart with one of the nation's most controversial figures: Charlie Sheen.
Here are ten questions for Sheriff David Gee:
1.) What is your all time favorite movie or song?
Movie: The Gallant Hours, which is about the life of Admiral William F. Halsey. Song: Free Fallin', Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers.
2. Do you have a Smartphone? If so, what's your favorite app?
Yes. Aviation Weather (ForeFlight)
3. Who do you count as your mentor(s)?
My parents, the Sheriff's I've served under, and the many people that I have worked with.
4. What was your very first job?
Citrus and ranch worker
5. If you could change one thing about yourself what would it be?
To slow down and play a little harder!
6. What do you consider your greatest success?
My family of course!
7. Tell us something about you most people don't know?
I once flew with the Blue Angels and didn't pass out. (I have the video to prove it!)
8. If you could have dinner with any three people, living or dead, who would they be?
I'd like to sit down with at least one signer of the Constitution and get some clarifications, maybe I could change the direction of our Country. Maybe Charlie Sheen, what the heck was he thinking? Maybe Admiral Olson at SOCOM, one of my favorite patriots.
9. What is in your fridge right now?
Doesn't much matter, I am never home.
10. If you could have a different career, other than what you're doing now, what would it be?
Probably a career military officer.
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