Rag and Bone MenAt some family event, my father said that when he was kid, what he really wanted to be when he grew up was a rag and bone man. An odd revelation.Michael BettencourtFor All Seasons - A Book
I mourn the exponential decline of books, reading, thinking with words... the remorseless fading of literature as an intimate island for the private self.
Arthur Danin Adler
Tea House Fixthanks to the ruthless target-practice of bored blue jays. Claudine Jones
The Last Night at the Last Bar in FharaweystanIt is the last night at the last bar in Fharaweystan. There's a
new sheriff in town. He's a lot like the old sheriff, but he's more onery, more prone to violence, less likely to negotiate. Les MarcottOpen Letter to Lilly DancygerI think it's hard for even the best adjusted children from the happiest possible family background to fully come to terms
with their parents as they themselves move into adulthood. Gregory LuceMy Three Greatest Americans: #2-Jackie RobinsonHis was a journey between those extremes unique to our
country: the injustice of having the cards stacked against you solely by virtue of your skin-color. Patrick Walsh
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