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HARRY'S FUNERAL HARRY'S FUNERAL

Harry sure looked dead. His face looked rather pasty with make-up that was too heavy. ...

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ANAPOLA'S ANAPOLA'S

It was Kathy who introduced me to the best Italian Restaurant in Galveston, Texas. The year ...

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NIGHT IN CHICAGO NIGHT IN CHICAGO

I had been sitting at the hotel bar sipping a Remy Martin with a water chaser for about fifteen ...

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THE FIGHT

It was 1956. I was in my sophomore year at a large high school that purportedly had over three ...

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TOP SECRET

I was twenty-three years old and an Ensign aboard the U.S.S. Howard D. Crow and the Communications ...

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RETIREMENT RETIREMENT

George and Marion had looked forward to retirement for a long time. George had worked as ...

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SYED SYED

Syed was a storekeeper in a relatively poor third world country. He had a wife, four children ...

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DINNER IN THE DINER DINNER IN THE DINER

The young guy entered the diner and took a seat at a window booth. Alice turned to Diane and ...

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SEAMAN HUGHES

SEAMAN HUGHES

Seaman Hughes was a skinny kid from somewhere in the South. I don't recall his first name, ...

 

THE MONUMENT

“Damn Atheists!” sputtered Buford as he threw down the morning paper. “I hope they all end up in hell!”

 

 

THE FUN TEAM

I was in a car on my way to Newport, Rhode Island in late October of 1962.

 

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