you just save some numbers

(This story is largely not mine. I've done everything I can to stick to the details as I remember them. Every word comes from the deepest well of respect I have inside of me.) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ My oldest brother wouldn’t hesitate to pick me up and throw me over his shoulder if it fit the joke.... Continue Reading →

muggsy bogues and other lies brothers tell

I don't blame my brothers for the many lies they told me as a kid. In fact, I'm impressed by their creativity. I don't think I was particularly gullible when I was young. I prefer to think I just really trusted my big brothers. They are four and six years older than me so there's... Continue Reading →

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