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Poosey Digest: What’s good, what’s right, and what we really are

Greetings from Poosey.

I am not a rabble-rouser, I swear. I’ve never led a protest march and since at my stage of life a sit-in would eventually involve a get-up, I’ll pass on that. That’s why it seems strange that I’d like to lead a march on Washington.

Okay, there’s nothing new about that. Everybody marches on Washington… veterans, the million-man groups, civil rights organizations, assemblies of women, and advocates

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Poosey Digest: Stretch out your arm

Greetings from Poosey.

I lay there bleeding and no one tried to stop it. The room was strewn with bodies. A man to the left of me laid there with outstretched arms, staring at the ceiling, as the fellow on my right lay still, eyes closed. Silent, blue-garbed figures moved from body to body looking at eyes, eyeing the accumulated blood, carefully watching for who might go next.

I think

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Poosey Digest: The pink slip

Greetings from Poosey.

I was pink-slipped. That’s the color of card our local postmaster slips into my box when there’s a package awaiting. The Poosey post office is only slighter bigger than a jumbo postage stamp so when you step into the office you can pretty much see the whole place.

Used to be the postmaster could simply toss you your parcel, but in order to speed things up the

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Poosey Digest: Let’s go super-pac

Greetings from Poosey.

“I’ve got it, Herb!”

“Got what?”

“The way I’m gonna pay for our Florida condo!”

“We don’t have a condo in Florida.”

“I know that, you old poop. That’s the point. All of our friends hurry off to the Southland in the winter and we’re stuck here spraying Dristan up our sinuses.”

“Freida, we can’t afford a second house. Nasal spray is cheaper.”

“We can now, lover!

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Poosey Digest: The 11th Commandment

Greetings from Poosey.

When our town’s last grocery store finally shut its doors in the early 1960’s, Ray Greeley was down to three employees – Ray, his wife Gina, and Eldred. I was a lot younger then and even dumber than I am today, and for the life of me I couldn’t see why he kept Eldred on the employ. The man was old, he was more than a little

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Poosey Digest: Just for once… play together!

Greetings from Poosey.

It was our chance for greatness and we blew it.

In a town the size of Poosey, the local school doesn’t stand much chance of making the headlines but in the early 1960’s we had our shot. We missed it.

Basketball’s about the only winter pastime in small town America unless you get your kicks watching your neighbors trying to fight their way to the mailbox. For

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Poosey Digest: Here’s your label

Greetings from Poosey.

Just when I think I’ve got life figured out, it throws me for a loop. Last week I bought a can of salmon. I opened the can, drained off the salmon juice, plopped it into a bowl and was just about to toss my salmon can into the trash when something caught my eye.

The word “Salmon” was printed in inch-high blue letters across the top of

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Poosey Digest: Respite to the wintry weather

Greetings from Poosey.

Roscoe Peabody is crazy. Everybody in Poosey knows this. So when Roscoe built his platform in the branches of the soft maple tree of his front yard, took up residence in said tree with a sign saying, “Occupy Poosey!” we knew it was just Roscoe doing his radical thing. Roscoe once shot a candidate running for the Presidency. Actually, Roscoe simply shot the television set on which

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Poosey Digest: New cabinet position — ‘Secretary of Song’

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My friend told me, “It was crowded, it was hot, and everybody was tired.” Disney World may not be the most common place to celebrate Christmas Eve, but my buddy had opted to take his Midwestern family on a little holiday jaunt to the land of chocolate mouse ears and five-dollar hamburgers.

His wife explained, “We had just come from Christmas dinner at the Polynesian Resort and

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