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Black Friday Concessions

Crass commercialism versus spirit of Christmas anyone? Black Friday Concessions by Michael Romani Looking down from my self imposed mountain I spied a parade announcing one thing certain At the end of one very long advertisement Santa Claus’s arrival came … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: Life Is Too Short For Animosity Or Counting Wrongs

“Life appears to me to be too short to be spent with nursing animosity or registering wrongs.” – Charlotte Bronte        

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