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Baxter Black: Grammar lessons

Stew and I were talking about the world we grew up in. A time when family had a much greater influence on children than they do today. We grew up before cable television, texting, I-tunes, unavoidable soft porn, misogynistic vulgar rap, instantaneous news, a sense of entitlement and electronic isolation. Both of our folks were Bible belt believers and played music.





“We don’t use that kind of language on this farm,” Grandpa said. “Here, let me help you up.”


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