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Yellow Cab

I’d like to say it was the best of times, it was the worst of times; but that would be just plain wrong. Plagiarism aside, it was definitely the worst of times; not just for me but for a lot … Continue reading

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Grief

I grieve for my country. This society is sick. The boys next door are playing with a soccer ball. Out of the blue one comes to the common fence, points to one of the boys and informs me that his … Continue reading

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Bitter Irony (It is to Laugh)

As you’ve probably discerned by now, I am a Vietnam War veteran. It’s Monday, November 12, and my dear sister left a message on the telephone answering machine reminding us to “hang the flag” for Veteran’s Day (observed). I laughed … Continue reading

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