Sixty-seven-years-old George was born in France and came to the US at 11-years-old. He fought in Vietnam for two years, mostly as a helicopter machine gunner, and was a New York Police homicide detective for 29 years, a narcotic detective for two years, then an undercover narcotic agent for 11 months. "That world is so corrupt, you don't even know. The cops make so much money from the drug dealers. Or take Obama. He bought a four-million-dollar house in Chicago for one million, and the guy who sold it to him is in jail for drug dealing. Before Obama steps down, he'll give this guy a pardon. You watch." I've not heard of this and don't know anything about it, but that's what George said.
George goes back to France three times a year and would move back if it wasn't for his 89-year-old mother, who is too attached to the USA. "We don't believe in nursing homes. I'm the oldest, so I have to take care of my parents."
George seemed very much at home in the Bridge and Pratt Cafe, a bar with a largely black crowd where hip hop and R&B routinely blast, but it was actually his first time there, and he was only in the neighborhood to see a doctor, "I got shot in the back once." He lives in a $400,000 house in Bucks County.