Monthly Archives: November 2005

Episode 10: Marcus Harnack

Bill Harnack’s son, Marcus, (episode 7) is twenty-three years old.  After high school Marcus elected not to continue his education and took a job in the foundry where his father works.  It’s a difficult job, but at $11.50 an hour … Continue reading

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Al-Zarqawi’s New Friends

Lately a lot of politicians, mostly democrats, have come out of the woodwork to criticize George Bush for lying to the American people and leading us into an unjust war in Iraq.  Most of them, armed with the same shaky … Continue reading

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IKEA

Twenty years ago, while visiting Sweden on business, I ended up spending a couple of hours with the wife of one of my business associates and her two female friends.  They were going shopping and wanted me to go along.  … Continue reading

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Episode 9: “Roscoe”

Few people know it, but Dave (Episode #5) has a passion for the city of Chicago.  He’s read many books on the history of the place from Marquette’s first exploration to the present day.  Even though he now lives in … Continue reading

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