Monthly Archives: October 2017

THE SALESMAN

In the fall 1966, my first year at Ashland Community College, I was hitchhiking to ACC for my morning classes when the salesman picked me up. Hitchhiking was a normal thing in those less enlightened times, when we didn’t yet … Continue reading

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WHAT WE THINK WE KNOW

Several years ago, when I was still a working lawyer, I rode my motorcycle from my home near Lexington to a Continuing Legal Education seminar in northern Kentucky. It was a lovely ride up on Thursday, despite threatening skies, taking … Continue reading

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