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“Watched the latest televised White House briefing on when and how to reopen our schools. A very convincing performance — like, convinced me the experts to be most trusted with reopening our schools are the education pros on the ground and in the schoolhouses in our own backyards.” — Clyde P…

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“Loved Tommy Priddy’s Tee Pee Talks column Tuesday in The Post-Intelligencer on my legendary cousin, Fred (‘Butch’ to us) Gamlin. The only thing Mr. Priddy may have underreported was my late Cuz’s sense of daring, like the time in ’56 when Butch snuck around and put an ‘I Like Ike’ Republica…

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Don’t give in that you cannot do any better. You can do better if you put your mind to doing better. If you give up, then you don’t have a chance.

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Every time I want to return to the frivolities of summer — outings with family, swimming, travel and the like — there’s a gentle reminder that these are uncertain times and, though things look “normal,” there’s nothing “normal” about where we find ourselves.

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The old-fashioned drive-in movies have made a comeback. This reversion to the fad of the ’50s is driven by COVID-19.

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“The medical pros are more and more sketching a developing picture of pandemic panic for us, hard heads and short attention spans not being the least of our mortality risks.” — Clyde Peterson, Houston.

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No one will admit knowing how Windy got permission to use the police car. All we know is, he did, and some dumb bell showed him how to work the loudspeaker.

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Some of the nicest people I’ve known have been police officers, from county to state to city cops. I have some dear friends who wear badges, and they are good people.

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I have always enjoyed the predictive element of electoral politics, attempting to determine beforehand who the ultimate winner will be.

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