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The Rock.

“George often wondered how many people in the city realize how much the life of the great city meant to him and countless others like him; how, long ago in little towns down South, there in the barren passages of night, they listened to the wheel, the whistle, and the bell; how, there in the dark South, there on the Piedmont, in the hills, there by the slow, dark rivers, there in coastal plains,...

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The Veil

“Loving you is every bit as fine
as coming over a hill into the sun
at ninety miles an hour darling when
it's dawn and you can hear the stars unlocking
themselves from the designs of God beneath
the disintegrating orchestra of my black
Chevrolet. The radio clings to an un-
identified station - somewhere a tango suffers,
and the dance floor burns around two lovers
whom nothing can touch - no, not even...

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“Whiskey and beer are all right in their place. But their place is in hell.” -Billy Sunday, in his famous sermon in Boston

Just started a book called Spirits of Just Men. It's a history of White Lightening, moonshine, and the scallywags who helped give the gov'ment fits in the 30s. 

I don't know if it's a good read yet, too early to tell (started it on the train this morning), but had to share the...

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