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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 Grave Digger

I would estimate that, over the years, I have made out over 2000 applications for employment. Including the usual Policeman/Fireman/Garbageman/Forest Ranger, I have applied for work in such unusual places as the Circus. I’ve even applied for the position of … Continue reading

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