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The Accountant

This pertains to the husband of The Hobbyist. Presumably, an accountant is relatively smart. Also presumably, an accountant is formally educated if not to say college degreed and licensed for his profession. Presumably, an accountant can count past ten without … Continue reading

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The Family Business

A long time ago, when I still had hope of establishing a career or to at least get a job, I attended what might best be described as a community business exposition. I don’t recall exactly how it was billed … Continue reading

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Things Remembered: The Edmund Fitzgerald

Despite the sinking of The Edmund Fitzgerald and the haunting melody about it and also despite a four-year waiting list I was so desperate for work at one point I even applied for a Merchant Marine Seaman’s Card, Viz.:

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The Five-Second Rule

I suppose you’d have to be an ardent baseball fan to visualize the following: During the Seventh Inning Stretch the Klement’s Sausage mascots hold a foot race. Don’t ask me, I only live here. Klement’s Sausage is a major sponsor … Continue reading

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A Poem (untitled)

Being as I am at loose ends on my 66th birthday I got the notion to publish something I’d written a very, very, very long time ago. It is untitled:   Who can question the GENIUS that CREATED The mosquito, The … Continue reading

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Labor Day

You don’t get the day off – you take it.

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Mary Christina Hove

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