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Comments re article 72109 The Christmases when nobody got shot on Jamestown Hill

Ben Arnold writes:
Beautifully written, as only a colorful wordsmith could do. It is time for you to write a bigger version of your memories, add a little Hemingway, Faulkner, and a word or so from Lee's "To kill a Mockingbird", then some photos from Linda and poems from Billy Joe. This Thing could have legs! I will even talk to Matt, maybe "A Christmas Story" needs refreshing???< BR>
I sometimes think of CM as the old oak in the village center that has an expanded ring that marks the history of all the postings. A blessed Christmas to all your readers. --Ben Arnold
Ben Arnold: Thanks. Appreciate the comments. Do hope Matt comes back to film here. But there hundreds - no, 1,000s - of better writers here now and the situation gets better every day. Thanks. - EW

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