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Table Of Contents

Introduction
A Hero Goes Off to War
A Jewell of a Performance
A Ray of Hope for the Nation’s Future
Bernie Gets Tougher When the Tough Get Going
Bridges and Kumquats
Buddy
Cap’n Herb
Collegius Interruptus
Cuddly Shideler
David and Nancy
Don’t Touch That Dial!
Gulf War Terrorists
Heaven Is by Invitation, Hell Is Open to All
I Meet Anne Bancroft and Maybe Marilyn Monroe
In the ’Hood— Just Regular Folks
Indiana Justice
Just One More Chance, God
Kemo Sabe
Legacy
Love Story
Low-Tech Storage Devices
Mellowing Out
Milk Duds
Mr. Ishii and Mr. Nakamura
Nathan Hack Designs a Shoe to Put a Spring in Your Step
New Experiences for Guests of Fine Hotels
No Admittance
Not the Big Story, But One of the Best
Old-Timers
Photo Finish
Precious
Premature Elation
Putting Fun Back into Funerals
Reunion
Satisfied Customers
Ship Ahoyski!
Studs, the All-Star Storyteller
Terry’s Friend
The Plan
The War According to Professor Joyner
The Wine Connoisseur
You Just Gotta Love Those Oddball Luddites
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