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March 16th

“To Break”

The very memory of her ex-husband’s famous “Spamcakes” served on that plate compelled Jeanine to hurl the dish violently to the floor. Photo by chuttersnap on Unsplash

Let’s talk about March 16th.

The historical theme of this day in history is “to break”. Like how the Native Americans broke the ice with the Plymouth settlers on this day in 1621 and said “we exist” — they probably didn’t say that exactly, what with English as we speak it still a ways off and the natives having their own language and whatnot. Either way…




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Jarrett Wilson

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Jarrett writes … of social civility. … of bygone days … of losing sensibility … and offers praise He questions the adaptability Of humans to global mores.

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