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Wyatt Earp for Messiah

I’ve been reading the Allen Barra book “Inventing Wyatt Earp.” I love Tombstone, so I was glad to read this book and find that most of it was fairly historical–although the events are told out of order to make a … Continue reading

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Getting shot at does not make you a hero

Do you know why we have different words for “victims” and “heroes”? It’s because they don’t mean the same. I’m thinking about Boston. Now, let me be clear. My heart goes out to the victims, who have suffered because of … Continue reading

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I got this thick book from the library a couple of weeks ago . . . long enough to need to review it . . . and probably renew it again. I do not read as fast as a writer … Continue reading

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