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  “My grandmother was 14 when she worked as an indentured servant for the parish Priest in her little village. She lived in a house in which the animals also lived, and so she slaughtered animals for the Priest. She would eventually have enough to afford a train ticket across Europe, and then a boat ticket to New York City. Never spoke English, but lived here from 1914 till she died during the 80s. I’m third generation American so I don’t know much at all about the culture of her country. I think three generations is how long it takes to forget about where you came...

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1 of 2 “My father was small business man who died at 53, and on the job. I’m already 68.” What do you think made the difference? “A PhD, for one. I majored in psychology. I’m a third generation American. My ancestors got out of what used to be the Austro-Hungarian Empire just before WWI and the Russian revolution and all that messiness of the 21st...

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  “They’re called roller ski’s. I use them to simulate cross country skiing when there’s no snow. They’re also better on my knees.”  ...

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Father and son shootin’ hoops...

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  ‘I wish I’d known how many choices I would have to make on my own. During high school, most choices are made for you, but now it’s up to...

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