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These stories collect in the back of my mind and now, you can have them for your reading enjoyment. I would discourage looking too deeply into any of them because I have tried to filter out all the subconscious crap and don't get on me about the abuses of grammar and syntax; especially on the rough drafts. Also, try to treat the yammerings with a bit more leniency as I quote Chandler Poling: "I am just musing. I've got a rich inner life."

published almost monthly Mom's Newsletter: This rag loosely follows the trials (both federal and state) and tribulations of my family but the names rarely change, fiction is king and the facts receive only a mild bruising. Also for Faribault and Clydepark historians, the mysterious Mike Dapper, the still dangerous Tom Teske, the freakishly youthful Jim Batchelder, the McGrory boys and the coolest cat in the region, Roger Bongers, are referenced here constantly.
communication is a sincere form of flattery You really don't have to make an effort to email, unless you are sending money or general supportive comments but you should be aware that a vast majority of the typos within the site are unintentional.. Any emails that are written in a positive tone will likely not be ignored and any compliance to existing copyright law (see below) would be sincerely appreciated. So, visit the site and if you dig it, drop me line.
solid, man There are several other existing sites floating around out in the ether that not only please me but also obligate me to provide a complimentary link. These include sites of friends or content that is the embodiment of "edutainment™." Take a tip from a cop who does: enjoy them at your own risk.
 

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