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eternal yankees

Jesse Marinoff Reyes: baseball covers (heavily laden with Yankees) to whet the appetite for the smell of green grass, the crack of the bat, and the ever eternal boys of summer. See if you can spot a few of “my” … Continue reading

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fighting forces

Canadian soldiers in the Middle East. Definitely out of their natural habitat. They should be fixin’ up the home, watching hockey and enjoying coffee and donuts…. …Novelist Don Delillo has a character say, ‚ÄúNostalgia is a product of dissatisfaction and … Continue reading

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death wish: the unknown unknowns

Death is meaningless. At least when compared to the well-being of the collective. Is war remembrance just part of the death cult; just something more to remember, to save, what has been failed, and failed miserably? All these tombs of … Continue reading

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