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Dining With the Dead

by Stephen Halpert

Following her personal trainer’s advice to dine quietly in the presence of nature, Emily took her lunch in the nearby cemetery.    Carl, a widower was tending the plot of his deceased wife. 901 more words

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The Chair

by Stephen Halpert

The old chair in the antique shop stood off to the side by itself. The wood was worn and chipped in places. The green cushion was tattered, almost flat. 901 more words

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The Fur Cape

by Stephen Halpert

When Ed spotted the white fur cape in the thrift shop window, he figured it would make a perfect gift  for his girlfriend Dana’s birthday. 897 more words

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The Young Entrepreneur, Conclusion

by Stephen Halpert

Jerry rented a limo to drive himself and Mary Jane to the Junior Prom. She was especially impressed when they stopped for a seafood dinner on their way to the festivities. 880 more words

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We must reject the idea ...

that every time a law’s broken, society is guilty rather than the lawbreaker. It is time to restore the American precept that each individual is accountable for his actions.
– Ronald Reagan

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