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Thanksgiving morning, 1973. The year I cooked my first turkey. I stuck my arm into the still half-frozen bird and pulled out a waxed paper bag…

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When a nip is in the air and anticipation fills the hearts of men, it can only mean one thing: Deer season is near!

We are required by law to wear seat belts in our cars. But there was a time when Mom was the only seat belt we needed.

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Kids of the '60s looked forward to Halloween night with an excitement that made October seem magical. We whispered and giggled our costume ideas to our friends for weeks before the Big Night, trying them on for “scare value” in our imaginations.

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It is said we are the sum of our experiences. Our minds have the ability to take seemingly trivial activities and transform them into skills we use our whole lives through.

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They arrive in late summer, lurking within paper bags and tattered cardboard boxes. It’s an old menace — one that finds its way to the surface of our hungry society each summer. We bring it on ourselves. The assault is ongoing and unstoppable.