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It’s a battle between these two Rogers. Roger Smith pilots the incredibly powerful Big O and he is not a bad hand to hand fighter if necessary. 67 more words

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note from my mother

Mom’s note to Roger, 1964

A note from my mother, Elinor Handy Smith, to me when I was a freshman in college, 1964.

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Robbie

Robbie (aka Big Red), an Irish setter, was our family dog in the late 1950’s and 1960’s.

Robbie’s pedigree is posted here (below).  Also, two photos. 16 more words

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Show, Don't Tell

The following is an exchange of emails between a friend and myself from last night and this morning. (April 14-15, 2016)

Scott,

I am rereading my own stuff, namely, my “autobiography.” 616 more words

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Boyhood

Birth

I was the second of four children and was born on November 7, 1946 in Boston Lying-In Hospital. I was about a month and a half premature. 16,189 more words

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Notre-Dame de Paris

Notre-Dame de Paris was one of my favorite places to visit during a first trip to Paris in 1972.

A friend, Bill Dalzell, a printer whom I knew from my workplace in Manhattan, encouraged me to visit the cathedral. 49 more words

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The ugly, brutal, racist truth behind the facade

THE latest World Crime Atlas read exposes the ugly truth behind the Rainbow Nation facade.

Country: South Africa.

Book: Nowhere, by Roger Smith.

Plot: An ‘incorruptible’ retired Afrikaaner police officer is blackmailed into helping cover-up the fact that the President of the Republic of South Africa has murdered his wife. 377 more words

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