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About Me — Armando Almase

“I once negotiated a truce between two rival gangs of 180 inmates inside a federal prison housing unit, but I can’t convince my kids to eat their vegetables.” — Armando Almase.

Photo of the author taken by his wife, who only photographs him when there’s food in his mouth 🤣

A Filipino-European American, Armando lives in the United States with his wife and children. He’s worked in food retail, food…

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A publication dedicated to bringing out the stories behind the writers themselves. A place of autobiographies. Types of personal stories include introductions, memoirs, self-reflections, and self-love.

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Armando Almase

Armando Almase

Husband, father, and friend. Analyst and storyteller. Licensed advocate and educator. Published book author. Former EMS professional and LEO.

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