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Courage

Not too many people read Ernest Hemingway anymore.

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Applauding the Mummers

The Anti-Defamation League (“ADL”) today applauded the Philadelphia Mummers Association for organizing a more inclusive and respectful Mummers Parade.

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Wire we here?

The holidays always find residents using more power than usual, given their bustling bounty of home-based activities and the accumulation of electronic goodies.

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What is something that you are excited for or concerned about as 2017 approaches?

“I look forward to continuing to raise my (4-year-old) daughter (Isabella) and being around family and friends even more. I hope it’s a healthy year for everyone out there.”

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Rooting for us all

Come Saturday night, I will sit and reflect on what has strangely been the most grueling yet educational year of my life.

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For the record

Debra Panto’s Dec. 22 Letter to the Editor “Productivity” was worded Perhaps we should take the example of Jesus when he used his finger to write on the ground, and there is plenty of dirt on the ground for us to use our fingers to write upon.

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Happy New Year

Christmas is now over in a flash

the shopping, the drama and so is the cash.

Another year gone by we can hardly believe.

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2017

January: The new year begins with another dazzling parade…

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What do you enjoy the most about the holiday season?

“It’s the one time of the year where people are really abounding in kindness. It just seems to happen that way. I wish those feelings would last much longer.”

Frank

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Productivity

Regarding Tom Cardella’s column “Tech Troubles” (Dec. 8), it is a good thing he still has a reserve in accepting computers to do his writing.

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