With the SUPERB ASSISTANCE from The SUPERUSERS, above, I got it !!!
( BTW: All Answer to Any comment of "I am new to Linux", should include, "be sure to go sell all your guns, first, before you continue." This has been 40 hrs. for me to find you guys. THANK YOU.)
dd if=kali.iso of=/dev/sdb bs=512k
THE NAME OF THE .ISO FILE NEEDS TO BE COPIED into and in place of: kali.iso
Mine was: kali-linux-1.0.8-i386.iso
TO FIND NAME OF USB DRIVE: df -h
Mine was /dev/sda1 ( found within the provided info in the Terminal answer )
So this NEEDS TO BE COPIED into and in place of: dev/sdb
TO VERIFY .ISO FILE: md5sum kali-linux-1.0.8-i386.iso
My Terminal answer was bfe2b9a2b104032af07329e6613116b2 kali-linux-1.0.8-i386.iso whatever that means; apparently that is a verification of the .iso file's integrity, which is IMPORTANT to KNOW.
TO FIND THE PROPER PATH TO THE .ISO FILE: find $PWD -type f | grep kali-linux-1.0.8-i386.iso
Mine was: /home/pat/kali-linux-1.0.8-i386.iso
So this NEEDS TO BE COPIED into and AFTER: dd if=THE PROPER PATH TO THE .ISO FILE
Mine looked like: dd if=/home/pat/kali-linux-1.0.8-i386.iso
RUNNING THIS COMPLETE FILE:
dd if=/home/pat/kali-linux-1.0.8-i386.iso of=/dev/sdb1 bs=512k
6074+1 records in
6074+1 records out
3184967680 bytes (3.2 GB) copied, 254.239 s, 12.5 MB/s
THAT IS WHAT I WANTED.
I CAN CHANGE The “BOOT ORDER” IN BIOS TO “BOOT FROM USB” AND GO !